"It’s a message of hope,” Lily Onnen said. “For me the more the number shrinks, the more hopeful I get."
Lawmakers condemned the policy of separating immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The U.S., Germany, France, other EU countries and Ukraine have all announced they are expelling Russian diplomats.
Raphael A. Sanchez has been charged with wire fraud and aggravated identity fraud.
One of the officers told investigators he “didn’t feel there was any other reasonable alternative.”
Thor says no to vacuum cleaners. They're loud, and they freak him out.
The explosion happened after reports of a gas leak early Wednesday morning.
Watching the decades-old monument bite the dust.
Many foreign students were aboard the bus, the mayor confirmed.
The Chinese president put on a good show with governors and tech execs in Seattle, but what did it all amount to?
A Seattle family whose daughter became famous on the Internet for befriending wild crows has now been hit with a $200,000 lawsuit
Facts and revelations from the Kurt Cobain documentary we didn't know we needed.
From Purple Cat Piss to hash oil personal lubricant, you can buy some strange things at Uncle Ike's Pot Shop.
“The More Things Change," an interactive exhibit at Seattle’s Center on Contemporary Art, showcases local artists.
The big game is seen as boosting pot sales, and some also feel it could help injured players.
The officer called Washington's new marijuana laws "silly," and flipped a coin when issuing citations