Two construction workers were sent to the hospital after the Pier 58 on the Seattle Waterfront partially collapsed on Sunday.
Tens of thousands of people have been forced to flee their homes as destructive wildfires roar across the West Coast.
Wildfire smoke that posed a health hazard to millions choked the West Coast on Saturday as firefighters battled deadly blazes that obliterated some towns and displaced tens of thousands of people, the latest in a series of calamities this year.
The Seattle Seahawks canceled their Saturday training camp practice and called for everyone to register to vote as athletes continue demanding social justice across America.
The rare, elusive wolverine has returned to Mount Rainier National Park after a 100-year absence.
What's also disturbing is that the 44-year-old suspect had a unicorn pillow and multiple dolls with genitalia drawn on them in his tent when deputies found him.
The King County Sheriff's Office is honoring five young men after coming to the rescue of one of its deputies.
Search and rescue crews found the missing teen Saturday, nine days after her disappearance.
Gabby Williams and Cheyenne Parker each scored 16 points, and the Chicago Sky beat the Washington Mystics 88-86.
Agriculture officials in multiple states issued warnings Monday about unsolicited shipments of foreign seeds and advised people not to plant them.
The bizarre incident was captured on video July 21 at a Fred Meyer grocery store in Washington state.
A King County deputy has a group of young men to thank for intervening when a DUI suspect tried to choke her.
Ginsburg said she is receiving chemotherapy for a recurrence of cancer, but has no plans to retire from the Supreme Court.
A young boy in Washington suffered injuries in two different drive-by shootings over the span of 49 hours.
Mary Kay Letourneau died at age 58 after a battle with cancer, her attorney David Gehrke confirmed to Q13 News on Tuesday.
At least 93 fraternity members from the University of Washington’s Greek life have tested positive for COVID-19 after the state saw a significant spike in new cases.
Health officials say the outbreak, along with cases among student athletes, is a troubling sign of what may be in store if colleges reopen in the fall.
A family in Washington state could face up to year in jail or be fined no more than $5,000 if they continue to draw chalk on their street in support of Black Lives Matter, a city attorney said.
The family of a 19-year-old shot and killed at the edge of the Seattle CHOP zone was laid to rest today in Kent.
Washington state resident Michelle Brenner began cooking lasagna after she was furloughed from her menswear store job following the coronavirus outbreak and started handing out pieces for free to help those in need.