Seattle Police officials say the emphasis patrols planned for Alki beach for the remainder of the summer are now on pause.
The Office of Police Accountability is investigating whether a Seattle Police officer used unlawful force against at least one journalist during a police-declared riot the last Saturday of July.
Days before the Seattle City Council is set to vote on slashing the Seattle Police Department budget, a federal judge warned the council to be ‘mindful’ of the long-standing federal oversight when passing any legislation.
Many people have been waiting to go back to a gym during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it may soon be a lot harder to get inside with new distancing rules. Starting August 10th, the state’s distancing requirements at fitness and training centers will be expanding from six feet to 300 square feet between each person.
The clock is ticking on a major vote by Seattle's City Council to defund parts of the police budget. As early as Monday, council members could vote to shrink the department by 100 officers, slash the salary of the police chief and most alarming to some — eliminate the team that deals with Seattle's overwhelming homeless population.
The pandemic gripping our country is bound to get even worse say scientists who predict nearly 300,000 Americans will perish from COVID-19 by December.
Kent Police are asking for the public’s help to locate 35-year-old Cody P. Hansen. Detectives say Hansen punched a 72-year-old partially disabled veteran in the face multiple times, breaking his jaw and causing a cornea abrasion.
Now that state leaders have provided school districts a set framework to follow, advocates for education and equity are pulling for the community to find solutions for families that face greater barriers.
Detectives are hoping you can help identify suspects who may have been involved in a deadly shooting near the former CHOP zone in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood in June.
With online school, some parents of incoming kindergarten students wonder if it's worth enrolling.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and police Chief Carmen Best said Tuesday they are against proposals by City Council members to reduce the police force by as many as 100 officers this year through layoffs and attrition.
More shootings occurred in the first 6 months of 2020 than the previous four years if you compare the same time period.
The King County Sheriff's Office is honoring five young men after coming to the rescue of one of its deputies.
Because of the pandemic, the public can't attend the memorial. But they are invited to the procession route.
People will gather Tuesday to honor the life of Bothell Office Jonathan Shoop, who was shot and killed in the line of duty last month.
On Monday, the Employment Security Commissioner announced more than 80 thousand unemployment claims that were sitting in limbo were resolved, but thousands of people are still waiting for a response.
Boeing's 737 MAX is one step closer to getting back into the skies, as the Federal Aviation Administration released what is believed to be it's last set of recommendations for the plane's return.
As Seattle City Council scrambles to cut the police department’s budget this year, likely scenarios come nowhere close to the 50 percent defunding many members recently said they supported.
The man accused of causing the death of a Bothell police officer during a gunfight in July pleaded not guilty Monday to aggravated first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and vehicular assault.
Boat rental company says business is skyrocketing during pandemic