It has been a full year since the first group of local Moderna vaccine trial participants rolled up their sleeves for the COVID-19 vaccine in Seattle.
Starting Thursday, more spectators will be able to attend youth sports, including high school games.
The CDC's loosened restrictions on indoor gatherings for people fully vaccinated is a huge step in seniors reconnecting with their families.
Troopers are investigating a hit-and-run crash that killed two pedestrians. The driver was arrested a few hours after the bodies were discovered.
Northshore School District joined communities across the nation participating in the Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action. The idea originally started in Seattle as an educational opportunity during Black History month, discussing the equitable change in the school system.
Police said they took a Washington man into custody Wednesday afternoon after he ran from a crash scene, carjacked a vehicle and then climbed a tree.
A lot of restaurants and businesses in the northwest continue to struggle during this pandemic, and many have closed up for good.
The program has been such a success, it's continuing through the fall.
Student-athletes want their voices heard and they’re hoping state officials will listen.
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.
This is a story about the world we live in today, about family and fear, perception and race. It's also a story that relays hope. A Washington family shares their story as perfect strangers helped put a movement into motion.
Snohomish County Multiple Agency Response Team (SMART) detectives have identified a possible witness vehicle present during the night a Bothell police officer was killed.
Court documents say Officer Jonathan Shoop's partner fired the shot that killed him.
Charging documents filed Friday in the fatal shooting of a Bothell police officer say it was the officer’s partner, not the suspect, who fired the deadly shot.
“People are hurting. The officer’s families are hurting, their law enforcement community is hurting. There’s a black community that’s hurting for a really, really, long time in this country, and sometimes all it takes is to listen to learn. If we don’t make a choice to unite and not divide, we will continue to go like this ..."
The family wants to show that not officers not all 'Black Lives Matter' supporters hate law enforcement
Documents released add more details to tragic night Bothell Police officer was killed
A Bothell Police officer shot and killed Monday night left a lucrative career in technology to become an officer because he wanted to serve others.
The man accused of shooting and killing Bothell Officer Jonathan Shoop has a lengthy criminal history