The eruption of Mount St. Helens 35 years ago was a wake-up call, and experts say it's not the only nearby mountain threatening to blow its top.
Police are trying to determine who planted a phony device designed to look like a real bomb near an Olympia mobile home park.
Seattle teachers are making signs, printing shirts, and working out last-minute logistics for Tuesday's one-day strike.
Damage to the crippled Bertha tunneling machine is more extensive than originally thought, state Department of Transportation officials said Monday.
Witnesses gathered at Mount St. Helens Sunday to mark the 35th anniversary of the eruption that killed 57 people.
Enjoy this bonus clip from John Carlson's interview with Seattle's only declared socialist city council member, Kshama Sawant. She joined those protesting the Shell oil rig in West Seattle.
Volunteers behind a needle exchange in Seattle are now handing out meth pipes to drug users for free.
A volcano? It all seemed so exotic and far away to a high school senior in the Spokane Valley.
The number of patrol officers available to keep the University of Washington campus safe is down by half. Officers speaking with the KOMO 4 Investigators say cops are "leaving in droves" because UW Police Chief John Vinson has created "turmoil" in the department.
A man is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries Friday morning after a wrong-way crash in the southbound lanes of Highway 99.