Two buildings were evacuated Friday morning on the Seattle Pacific University campus after bomb threats were found, police said.
A 1-year-old baby is fighting for her life after being shot in the head outside a Kent apartment complex Thursday afternoon.
The baggage handler who fell asleep inside the cargo hold of an Alaska Airlines plane Monday said he woke from his slumber when a bag hit him during takeoff.
A sleuthing bike theft victim led Seattle police to what detectives call a "staggering number" of stolen bikes at an Edmonds chop shop.
A federal grand jury has returned a 10-count indictment against State Auditor Troy Kelley, accusing him of a scheme to hide millions of dollars in stolen fees.
Hillary Clinton's tightly controlled campaign is beginning to cause more problems than its solving.
The man called Valley Comm's 911 center moments after waking up from a nap, and realizing the flight had taken off toward Los Angeles.
In a bizarre twist to a violent kidnapping, a Renton couple was stunned to learn the child they were babysitting had been abducted.
Seattle police are getting praised for increasing their presence downtown and cracking down on low level crime after years of being criticized for doing too little.
Minimum wage demonstrators marched on several locations across the state including the campus of Seattle University. They're asking for a $15 an hour minimum wage, up from the current $9.47 which is the highest in the country.
City officials in Bonney Lake say no demolition work was supposed to take place along a Highway 410 overpass on the day that a concrete barrier fell, crushing a young family as they drove underneath the span in a pickup.
A missing 2-year-old boy who was abducted from his Des Moines home by force on Tuesday has been found safe in Renton, police say.
Unimpressed with the city's plan to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour, the CEO of a Seattle company announced Tuesday that he's raising his company's minimum wage to $70,000 a year.
Atlanta’s public school test cheating scandal hits a crescendo as the judge admonishes the convicted teachers and their defense attorneys. KVI’s John Carlson listens to the courtroom lecture the judge delivers to the convicted teachers and principals.