A hit-and-run accident has left an Auburn couple with severe injuries and unable to work. Now the Washington State Patrol is asking the public for help to find the driver responsible for the accident.
The double standard of the KY county clerk and San Francisco's old mayor when it comes to gay marriage, Seattle teachers vote to commit an illegal act, Donald Trump confuses Quds and Kurds, did interviewer (and next GOP debate moderator) Hugh Hewitt ask Trump a "gotcha" question?
Donald Trump objects to 'gotcha' question about Middle East geo-terror-politics but Carly Fiorina manages a much better response, anti-cop protesters in Olympia are at it again, new trouble for indicted St. Auditor, Troy Kelly.
Under-employment continues to be a big problem in the Obama economy, a Clinton campaign spokesman might be more clueless about the e-mail server problems than Hillary is.
It's that time of year again when several outgoing students along Greek Row by the University of Washington illegally dump their unwanted furniture much to their neighbor's dismay.
A Coast Guard air crew will be honored during a tribute dinner in Seattle Wednesday for saving the lives of four fishermen whose boat sank in the choppy waters off Alaska's Yakutat Bay.
Vindication for an Olympia cop, feminists are irate with the Muppets and Kermit the Frog, a teacher's story about a warning before a campus shooting turns out to be bogus, Mexican drug cartels expand in Puget Sound.
New stats show that welfare for legal and illegal immigrants in the US keeps growing, we look back on the blatant lies of the attorney for two Olympia men shot by an officer after being attacked with their skateboards, and Tom Brady wins in court avoiding his 4 game suspension but morning team make jokes about him anyway
Tom Brady's court victory against the NFL still won't erase how many people think he's a cheater, Bill O'Reilly interviews Univision activist/anchor, Social media maven Brittney pulls a Jorge Ramos in the Twitter :20, and forget Joe Biden because a Seattle enviro wonk wants Gov.
A couple in Snohomish County watched Wednesday as a massive tree that fell and essentially split their home in half during a weekend storm was finally removed.
Police in Pierce County fear a bold, daytime robber who's already held up three local restaurants will strike again.