When the City of Seattle started vaccinating 12- to 15-year-olds for COVID-19 at Lumen Field Wednesday morning, the timeline led to some confusion.
The U.S. Coast Guard is proposing a renovation and expansion of its Seattle waterfront base that during the next decade will be home to three new icebreakers, and probably other vessels.
The Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission has ratified a settlement agreement with City Councilmember Kshama Sawant in which she admitted improperly using city money and other resources to support a proposed ballot measure.
A person has been found dead inside a Seattle residential building after a fire broke out inside, according to the Seattle Fire Department.
Seattle Police homicide detectives are continuing to ask for your help to solve the murder of 18-year-old Conner Dassa-Holland.
A report from The Seattle Times reveals that Seattle Public Schools, the state's largest school district, is not providing bus service to most students for in-person learning.
On this Mother’s Day, there is some cause for cautious optimism for some of the most famous mothers in our region, on whom the future of this fragile population of orcas depends.
Months of Durkan, city officials text messages missing following an investigation into public records requests.
A suspect is in custody after a fight broke out between two men and one fired a gun, injuring the other.
Monday will mark one year since an 18-year-old young man full of promise was gunned down in his car right in front of his home.
The search is on for four suspects who Seattle Police detectives say opened fire near Judkins Park in the city’s Central District, shooting a 2-year-old girl in the face and three men.
The Seattle Police Department is seeking to clarify its relationship with the University of Washington after asking campus police to help locate a woman accused of making violent, racist threats against her former boyfriend.
A Seattle man who stole tens of thousands of dollars from a woman in her 70s while she was dying in a hospital was sentenced Tuesday to more than five years in prison, federal prosecutors said.
As we celebrate Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage month, Q13 News is highlighting two high school students in King County who are running an all-digital magazine called What We Experience.
A restaurant and bar in Seattle's University District is closed until further notice for violating COVID-19 masking and occupancy protocols.
Casey Sixkiller, a deputy mayor of Seattle, has joined more than a dozen people vying for the city's top job.
Evacuations were underway in a portion of South Seattle after a 1,000-gallon tank started leaking propane Tuesday morning.
Flowers Bar and Restaurant in Seattle's U-District was shut down for maskless workers and allowing too many people in the restaurant.
A weak front will move through today with some more rain this afternoon/evening.
Seattle Police said they arrested fourteen people Saturday during unpermitted May Day marches for a variety of crimes from property destruction to assault and reckless driving.