More than a year after a mudslide devastated the Oso community, many survivors are still stuck in a battle with their banks over the homes that were lost.
KVI's John Carlson says the revelations in the new book "Clinton's Cash" may ultimately collapse Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Carlson finds that even on MSNBC, their liberal-leaning shows are defending "Clinton's Cash" author Peter Schweitzer.
A robber got more than he bargained for this week at a Lynnwood Baskin Robbins when a worker pummeled him and chased him out of the store.
A Pioneer Square building that serves homeless people was evacuated and three people were treated by medics after mace was released inside the building Friday morning in Pioneer Square, fire officials said.
Grieving family members of a Tacoma man shot and killed by police say officers unnecessarily resorted to deadly force.
For the first time, a Sea-Tac Airport baggage handler who fell asleep in a cargo hold and forced a passenger plane to turn around is talking about the terrifying take-off.
The chances of being attacked by a bear are extremely slim. It's even less likely it would happen twice. But the victim of an attack last week also came face-to-face with an aggressive bear four years ago. And both times, it was a fight for his life.
A Lakewood, WA police officer involved fatal shooting has all the hallmarks of controversy.
A man is in critical condition after being shot by Lakewood Police officers Tuesday afternoon.
The man who killed a 15-year-old Seattle girl in a drive-by shooting near Lake Stevens has been sentenced to more than 90 years in prison.
Seattle is paving the way for expanded outdoor dining, but the trade-off is fewer parking spots in some of the busiest neighborhoods.
Seattle will take away parallel street parking spaces in some neighborhoods and rent the space to restaurants to create sidewalk patio dining in a move that echoes the city’s dubious “parklet” program.
Tens of thousands of students and parents are learning that school will be canceled for a day this week as teachers all over Washington stay home to protest school funding issues being debated by lawmakers.
More than 70 cats and kittens that had been living in squalor inside a Grant County home were rescued Monday and taken to a local animal shelter for treatment.