Tokitae, a Southern Resident killer whale that was held captive most her life, died in September. NOAA Fisheries has listed her cause of death as "kidney failure."
Two firefighters were sent to the hospital as a precaution following an hours-long fire fight in Renton.
Researchers have found that female orcas protect their sons -- but not their daughters -- in their later years. What the findings tell scientists studying the endangered Southern Resident orcas.
The South Sound Titans are the only 15+ special needs baseball team in our state and they're proving themselves to be a top knotch club -- but they hope more volunteers, players can form teams to create competition in our state.
The endangered Southern Resident orcas are returning to the Salish Sea with a new baby in tow this summer.
Water flowing into the U.S. has abnormally high levels of fecal bacteria. Locals near the U.S.-Canada border say more needs to be done to protect people, salmon and shellfish.
Tacoma Pilot, Rod Collen was last seen March 6 when he went out for a flight for a flight, the 15-year pilot ever returned. Family reported him missing. According to Flight Radar 24 -- his 2006 Cessna T182 Turbo Skylane -- took off from Tacoma Narrows Airport at 5:35 p.m. flying over Fox Island but his signal dropped seven minutes into the flight over the Key Peninsula.
Rockfish were once abundant in Puget Sound, now scientists and volunteers are working to ensure they don't disappear—a threat that could have dire consequences for the area's ecosystem.
FOX 13 Seattle is sharing inspiring stories for Black History Month. Brian Jackson and Franque Thompson highlights some of the people and places that you should know about in our community.
A Washington woman is stuck in a hospital overseas after complications during a dental procedure. Her medical bills are soaring as family members scramble in an attempt to bring her home.
A closer look at what's behind the uproar over gas-powered stoves, and why potential health impacts have doctors speaking up.
The negotiations between the Kent School District and the teacher's union spills into the public, as KEA reaches day 3 of it's strike.
Divers are back in the water near San Juan Island two weeks after a ship sank, putting wildlife at-risk due to an oil spill.
Neighbors manned water hoses, and firefighters rushed in to rescue a number of homes after winds drove a brush fire towards half-a-dozen homes on Sunday.
Family and friends gathered for a silent bike ride in Parkland on Sunday to honor the life of 13-year-old Michael Weilert, while raising awareness of safety issues for bicyclists.
Monroe School District is looking for an interim superintendent. The district's current superintendent remains on leave following controversy, in-depth investigation.
Underwater forests that support our area's local ecosystem are failing. Researchers and volunteers are racing to figure out what's going wrong.
An Issaquah man was woke up early Saturday morning to learn that burglars had gained entry to his home -- he was shocked to find a woman inside his room going through his things.
A three-alarm fire in Seattle's First Hill neighborhood left two people in critical condition, and a third in serious condition Sunday night.
The pilots union for Alaska Airlines will begin to vote on a strike-authorization on Monday. The move comes as a pilot shortage is being blamed for delays and cancellations.