Merchants say retail thefts have become more frequent and brazen. Law enforcement is now putting more money into things like store stakeouts and task forces that track organized retail crime rings.
In bodycam footage, the officer is heard making callous remarks about a woman who died after being hit by a police cruiser. He reportedly told investigators he was mocking what city lawyers might say.
A woman who escaped her kidnapper by punching her way out of a homemade cell in southern Oregon likely saved other women from a similar fate, authorities said.
A program in Seattle is helping people in drug and alcohol recovery overcome barriers to medical care in an effort to keep them off the street. A key piece is battling stigma from medical providers.
Young tech nerds in Seattle are trying to preserve the mysterious machines — many of them almost lost forever — that made America's landline telephone system work before the age of computers.
The U.S. citizen did not die from a climbing-related accident or inclement weather, his group said. Mount Everest, located across Nepal and Tibet, is the world's highest point above sea level.
During the pandemic, a nonprofit in Seattle took a different approach to solving homelessness: helping whole encampments of unhoused people themselves make a plan to get housing.
U.S. Justice Department and Seattle officials seek an end to most federal oversight of the city's police department, saying its sustained reform efforts are a model for other cities.
The public school district in Seattle has filed a novel lawsuit against TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Snapchat, seeking to hold them accountable for a mental health crisis among youth.
The nightly temperature reached 71 degrees Fahrenheit, one of only three nights in the city's climate record where the nighttime temperature rose above 70 degrees.
Seattle Pacific University Board of Trustees Chair Cedric Davis says the trustees made their decision based on what they believed was most in line with the college's mission, according to a statement.
The virus hit Whidbey Island early in 2020, and photojournalist Lynn Johnson was there. A million deaths later, we return to see how the pandemic has subtly but indelibly altered life there forever.
Many Americans are still making sense of new CDC guidance that vaccinated people no longer have to wear masks in most indoor settings.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is extending mandates and restrictions while much of the U.S. celebrates declining COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations.