- After standoff, Seattle police find robbery suspect dead Updated: May-22-15 5:06 am
SEATTLE - Seattle police say that when officers entered a bank robbery suspect's home after a lengthy standoff, they found him dead of apparently self-inflicted wounds.
- Wash. search for parole violator turns up stolen police gear Updated: May-21-15 9:37 pm
ARLINGTON, Washington - When Arlington, Washington, police went to a home in search of a 29-year-old man sought on a parole violation warrant, they didn't find their man. They did find a 50-year-old Arlington man hiding in a closet under a pile of clothes. Turns out he, too, was sought on a parole violation warrant.
- 2 more applications for charter schools in Washington Updated: May-21-15 2:45 pm
SEATTLE - Two organizations have submitted applications this spring to open charter schools in Washington state.
- Spokane teachers approve one-day walkout May 27 Updated: May-21-15 1:35 am
SPOKANE, Washington - Spokane public school teachers and staff have voted to participate in a one-day strike on May 27, saying they want state lawmakers to fully fund basic education.
- Study: Local lockups can be more pricey to run than thought Updated: May-21-15 12:10 am
NEW YORK - It turns out running a jail can be even more expensive than previously thought.
- Orioles can't solve Elias, fall to Mariners 4-2 Updated: May-20-15 11:33 pm
BALTIMORE - A late offensive surge by the Baltimore Orioles wasn't enough to make up for seven lackluster innings.
- Scientists reveal Washington state's first dinosaur Updated: May-20-15 5:10 pm
SEATTLE - Scientists say they've discovered Washington state's first dinosaur fossil, an announcement that marks a unique find for the state and a rare moment for North America's Pacific coast.
- Lawyer: Jailed vigilante leader in Mexico to be moved Updated: May-20-15 2:26 pm
SEATTLE - A Seattle attorney representing a jailed vigilante leader in Mexico says she will be transferred to another prison facility in Mexico City where she'll have better access to medical attention, her family and her defense team.
- Washington couple leaves estate to US government Updated: May-20-15 6:17 am
SEATTLE - While many complain about how much the government is taking out of their paychecks, one Seattle couple decided it hadn't been enough.
- Fire officials: Seattle house fire intentionally set Updated: May-20-15 5:05 am
SEATTLE - Fire officials say a fire in a south Seattle house was intentionally set. Seattle police responded as well after a burglar alarm went off in the house.
- Mariners fall to Orioles 9-4 in Cruz's return to Baltimore Updated: May-19-15 11:45 pm
BALTIMORE - Nelson Cruz forged another pleasant memory at Camden Yards, except for one important detail: his team lost.
- Lawmakers want to punish teachers who go on strike Updated: May-19-15 9:05 pm
SEATTLE - After thousands of teachers marched through downtown Seattle on Tuesday as part of a one-day walkout, lawmakers heard testimony in Olympia on a bill that would punish teachers for going on strike.
- Seattle sends Yoervis Medina to Cubs for Welington Castillo Updated: May-19-15 5:45 pm
- Seattle protests influence John Kerry trade speech venue Updated: May-19-15 2:23 pm
SEATTLE - Seattle officials told Secretary of State John Kerry he'd be better off avoiding the city to deliver a major trade speech because of ongoing protests over Arctic drilling that have drawn hundreds of activists on land and sea.
- Bank robber who eluded capture gets 12 years for escape Updated: May-19-15 11:20 am
SEATTLE - A convicted bank robber who spent nearly five years on the run before his capture last summer has been sentenced to 12 years in prison in a federal court in Seattle.
- Despite protests, Arctic drill rig preparations continue Updated: May-19-15 3:52 am
SEATTLE - Neither a protest by hundreds of demonstrators nor a permit violation notice from the city will halt Royal Dutch Shell's use of a Seattle seaport terminal as it prepares for exploratory oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean, spokesmen say.
- Safety regulators fine Seattle tunnel company for violations Updated: May-18-15 7:52 pm
SEATTLE - State safety regulators fined Seattle Tunnel Partners $2,050 for violations relating to a February accident in which four iron workers were injured when a wall in the tunnel's north portal collapsed.
- Postal Service offers tips to reduce postal dog bites Updated: May-18-15 7:18 pm
SEATTLE - Concerned about crime in Washington's largest cities? How about postal worker dog bites?
- Woman sentenced to 4 years in prison for stealing mail Updated: May-18-15 6:41 pm
SEATTLE - A woman caught with hundreds of stolen checks and IDs for more than 380 victims has been sent to prison for four years.
- Damage done to tunnel-boring machine greater than thought Updated: May-18-15 6:02 pm
SEATTLE - Seattle Tunnel Partners finished disassembling Bertha, the world's largest tunnel-boring machine, on Monday and said the damage the machine sustained when it broke down in December 2013 was more extensive than previously thought, which means they have to revise their schedule for when they will resume drilling.
- Seahawks' Williams to undergo surgery for kidney cancer Updated: May-18-15 6:00 pm
- Seattle signs WR Foxx, waives injured RB Bronson Updated: May-18-15 5:23 pm
- James Paxton leads Mariners over Red Sox 5-0 Updated: May-17-15 8:25 pm
- 1 lane eastbound on I-90 between Seattle and Bellevue Updated: May-16-15 8:04 am
SEATTLE - The Washington State Department Of Transportation says eastbound Interstate 90 between Seattle and Bellevue will be reduced to one lane this weekend.
- Officer pepper-sprays Seattle courtroom to end brawl Updated: May-15-15 10:16 pm
SEATTLE - A King County Jail spokesman says an officer used pepper spray to break up a Seattle courtroom fight involving multiple women.