Seattle City Council narrowly shoots down bill to prosecute drug possession
The Seattle City Council rejected a bill that would have allowed the city attorney to prosecute those who openly use and possess illegal drugs.
Paraeducators, supporters pack Marysville School Board Meeting in protest of layoffs
Marysville paraeducators and supporters packed a school board meeting Monday night after more than 200 paraeducators received lay-off notices due to budget cuts.
Two homes catch fire in North Seattle near I-5
Two homes caught fire Monday afternoon in North Seattle just west of I-5.
Fredy Montero reflects on career ahead of Timbers match
Seattle Sounders play 34 matches in a season, but only one can get fans of Lumen Field roaring like no tomorrow.
Fredy Montero reflects on career
Sounders FC Coach Brian Schmetzer calls Fredy Montero a 'Portland killer.' Montero is part of the original MLS roster. He came back after almost a decade away.
Pride month kicks off with Pride in the Park
More Pride celebrations got underway over the weekend and the annual Pride in the Park helped kick off the month at Volunteer Park.
Man injured in shooting in Seattle's Olympic Hills neighborhood
Police are investigating after a man was shot in Seattle’s Olympic Hills neighborhood Sunday morning.
SPD: Man charged in January's double homicide in Georgetown
The Seattle Police Department (SPD) announced they developed probable cause to arrest a man responsible for shooting and killing two men in the Georgetown neighborhood back in January.
Police investigate shooting in Seattle's Lake City neighborhood, one injured
Police are investigating a shooting that left one man injured in Seattle’s Lake City neighborhood on Saturday.
Victim dies, arrest made following shooting at Roxbury Lanes & Casino in White Center
A Renton man has been arrested for shooting and killing a customer at Roxbury Lanes & Casino in White Center in late May. Two other people, an employee and security guard there, were also injured and survived.
STUDY: People living along Duwamish River are more concerned with climate change than local crime
According to a new research study, people living along the Duwamish River said they are more concerned about the changing environment than issues like local crime and homelessness.
Health department offers lockboxes across King County to recognize National Gun Violence Awareness Day
Gun violence is now the leading cause of death for children and teens in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Friday, recognized as National Gun Violence Awareness Day, local programs worked together to address the issue.
Things To Do in Western Washington June 2-4: Pride in the Park, Maritime Gig Festival and more!
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out these events happening around the Seattle area June 2-4.
Pride in the Park this weekend at Seattle's Volunteer Park
Pride in the Park takes place this weekend at Seattle's Volunteer Park. Organizers stopped by Good Day Seattle for a preview!
Makeovers at Seattle's Pride in the Park
Drag queen Mallibu Del Rey joined Good Day Seattle and gave a drag makeover while previewing Pride in the Park.
WSP cancels Silver Alert issued for missing Seattle man with dementia
The Washington State Patrol (WSP) canceled a Silver Alert for a Seattle man who was reported missing on Thursday.
Police investigate shooting that possibly escalated into a robbery in Seattle's First Hill neighborhood
Police are searching for suspect involved in shooting that left a man injured in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood Thursday afternoon.
150 Seattle school bus drivers to strike over contract negotiations
Nearly 150 bus drivers for the Seattle School District are poised to strike, citing ‘frustratingly’ slow contract negotiations with Zum, one of the two companies providing bus services for schools.
Pike Place Market celebrates 50 years of preserving Seattle's historic gem
Seattle's iconic Pike Place Market is celebrating its 50th anniversary of preserving the historic space while maintaining a careful balance between upholding its unique spirit and ensuring safety and modernization.
Man accused of deadly shooting in downtown Seattle pleads not guilty
A man accused of killing another man in a downtown Seattle alley pleaded not guilty on Wednesday. Kersan Pascal is charged with murder and unlawful possession of a firearm in connection to the shooting that occurred on May 10. According to police, surveillance video shows Pascal with the victim in an alley near Third Avenue and Cherry Street. The two are seen exchanging words before the victim falls to the ground and Pascal walks away. Pascal initially told police that he only pushed the victim, but later claimed he had a toy gun and denies shooting the man. Bail was not addressed during the court proceedings, and Pascal remains in jail.