A two-day hearing is under way in King County Superior Court to determine if Michele Anderson is mentally competent to stand trial, and potentially face the death penalty, for allegedly killing six members of her family on Christmas Eve 2007 in Carnation.
Two welfare clients illegally pulled a total $100 from ATMs at two Washington pot shops, which should not have ATMs that accept EBT, according to a story by Austin Jenkins of the Northwest News Network.
As programmable digital cameras get smaller and cheaper, the universe of pet photography has exploded as scientists use the technology to learn more about the habits of all manner of animals, including house cats.
The increasing SUV and truck popularity, and discount-fueled sales of some midsize cars, helped the U.S. auto industry to its best August in 11 years last month, with sales rising 5.4 percent from a year ago.
Responding to international pressure, France suspended the delivery of a warship to Russia at least until November amid security concerns over Moscow's role in the Ukraine crisis, officials said Wednesday.
Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk is eliminating 63 Seattle jobs and closing its inflammation-research center, dealing the second recent blow to the local biotechnology sector from a large drug developer.