A 56-year-old man was killed, and a suspect is in custody, deputies say.
The Washington Restaurant Association and Washington Lodging Association are merging, saying the move will allow them to operate more effectively and to have a stronger voice on issues such as minimum wage and workplace benefits.
UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones ran from a crash that hospitalized a pregnant woman but quickly came back to grab “a large handful of cash” from a car, witnesses told police in Albuquerque, N.M.
A South Seattle College student who dropped out of school at age 14 has won national accolades for his academic work.
The team was diverted to San Antonio and did not arrive in the Dallas-Fort Worth area until 3 a.m.
Teams from four Washington-based mountaineering firms, caught on Mount Everest during Nepal’s massive earthquake, have descended by helicopter and “are happy to be healthy and alive.”
Ray Bartoszek, the Connecticut businessman who tried to bring the Phoenix Coyotes to Seattle, confirmed Monday that he’s interested in building a multi-purpose arena in Tukwila.
Airbus wants airlines to rediscover the decade-old A380 as a workhorse, encouraging existing and prospective buyers to seat 11-abreast instead of 10 in economy, while still exploiting the cabin’s size to keep perks like bars that distinguish the plane.
Advocates who have relentlessly prepared for Tuesday’s court debate on same-sex marriage recognize that more than one outcome could benefit their cause. “But some roads are better than others,” says one lawyer.
A 70-year-old African-American man filed a lawsuit against the city and Seattle police Officer Cynthia Whitlatch last week, seeking damages for his arrest last summer after the officer accused him of wielding a golf club he used as a cane.
A King County jury has awarded $3.5 million to the estate of a woman who died from mesothelioma.
Rescue operations on Everest were halted Monday because of weather, but mountaineers are providing details of the on-mountain disaster that was triggered by Nepal quake.
Janicki Bioenergy, which has designed equipment that turns human waste into drinking water and electrical energy, plans a headquarters and manufacturing facility at Sedro-Woolley’s old Northern State Hospital campus that could create more than 500 jobs.
The coffee giant posted strong earnings as it benefited from strong growth in store sales both in the U.S. and abroad.
The neighborhoods with the most eastward commuters are among the city’s densest.
The showroom and dozens of cars were destroyed in a three-alarm fire at AutoNation Ford of Bellevue.
Singer-songwriter Lila Downs’ incendiary new album, “Bullets & Chocolate,” is a huge hit in Mexico. She will perform songs from it with her band at the Neptune Theatre Tuesday, April 28.
D.R. Horton agreed to buy the homebuilding operations of Seattle-based Pacific Ridge Homes for about $72 million in cash to expand in the Northwest.
King County Executive Dow Constantine proposes a six-year, $65 million levy for children and families in his state of the county address. He wants to target issues such as crime, mental illness and homelessness.
Proponents of a plan to create a larger business improvement area in Seattle’s University District say raising more money will help locals guide change. But opponents fear the move will speed up gentrification.