There is a bit more equality in where crime strikes these days, and some in the North end find that uncomfortable.
Attorneys representing the long-time partner of Derek Hutchinson are demanding an inquest.
The arrests by police are mostly for nonviolent crime.
A new edition of a heralded book offers an intimate look at prison life. Scholar Dan Berger talks about its significance today.
This is the third consecutive year there has been a sharp increase in hate crime incidents, according to newly released FBI data.
"I'd rather be in hell, than on the chain gang."
Recent attacks on runners along the Green Lake trail, and a rash of attempted rapes in Ravenna, spurred one woman to act.
A gruesome killing on rural Camano Island has locals worried their idyllic island life is slipping away. The killer is still on the loose.
Burien's first Latino mayor was assaulted over the weekend in what is believed to be a racially motivated attack.
The Washington law will increase state resources for reporting and identifying missing Native American women.
Prize-winning writer Arthur Longworth says a Washington prison is denying him his First Amendment rights.
Conflicted school superintendents look on as school boards debate whether to arm staff with guns.
At the inaugural Crosscut Festival, the Climate Casino interactive planning game raised daunting questions about our climate future.
As commuters rode the Seattle Link light rail on Tuesday, still reeling from the news of the fatal stabbings about Portland’s MAX light rail on Friday, they said they won’t allow hate to define or...