The USPS announced it will temporarily be disrupting services in several neighborhoods in California, Oregon and Washington as wildfires continue to burn.
Two construction workers were sent to the hospital after the Pier 58 on the Seattle Waterfront partially collapsed on Sunday.
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.
Nearly every structure in a small town in eastern Washington state was destroyed in a raging wildfire on Monday as weather conditions have allowed blazes to grow across the Pacific Northwest.
A man suspected of fatally shooting a supporter of a right-wing group in Portland, Oregon, last week after a caravan of Donald Trump backers rode through downtown was killed Thursday as investigators moved in to arrest him.
The King County Sheriff's Office is honoring five young men after coming to the rescue of one of its deputies.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said Tuesday she had received confirmation that U.S. agents had left the area after being sent to Seattle last week to protect federal buildings amid lingering unrest over the police killing of George Floyd.
A video showed people pouring milk over a child's face after reportedly getting pepper-sprayed during a protest on Saturday.
A barbershop in Washington state is operating outside the “stay-at-home” order and the owner says he’s doing so because of the sheriff.
President Donald Trump says he’s ordered the Federal Emergency Management Agency to ship mobile hospital centers to the hard-hit states of Washington, California and New York amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Elizabeth Schneider, 37, told the global news agency Agence France-Presse that she had a mild case of COVID-19, adding she hopes publicly sharing her story will “give people a little bit of hope” as fear spreads seemingly faster than the novel virus itself.
An Amazon employee in Seattle reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 after becoming symptomatic last month.
Washington state health officials announced 3 new virus deaths, bringing the death toll to 5 in the state and U.S.
The confirmed second death is a man in his seventies who had underlying health conditions.
The settlement, totaling nearly $9 million, will be distributed to customers who were forced to overpay their telecom bills since 2011.
Washington state law now requires that all students get an MMR vaccine, or have a signed certificate of exemption.
One person died and a suspect was taken into custody following a shooting at an apartment complex in Vancouver, Washington.