A suspected DUI driver who led deputies on a dangerous pursuit through Thurston County before crashing into a berm and evading capture was arrested on Friday. Deputies are thanking the public for their assistance in reporting his whereabouts, so he could be brought into custody.
Strippers and other adult entertainment workers are pushing for the repeal of Washington's lewd conduct laws to get more protections.
On Monday, educators who help our state's most vulnerable students rallied outside the Capitol demanding respect and higher pay.
The educators who take care of students with special needs and language barriers rallied on the steps of Washington's Capitol Building Monday, calling for respect from lawmakers and better wages.
After a month of rehabilitation, a bald eagle that was found entangled in electrical lines in Tacoma has finally been release back into the wild.
A student says she was attacked and sexually assaulted while walking to high school in Olympia, and now police are working to identify the suspect.
Tumwater and several areas around western Washington were hit with several inches of snow Thursday morning, a surprise to many morning commuters.
Snowy and slushy road conditions across western Washington have caused several crashes across multiple counties.
The cap and trade program that passed under the Climate Commitment Act has been talked about a lot in the last year. Some blame it for the record high gas prices we saw last year.
Lawmakers in Olympia are considering tougher penalties for the recent spate of smash-and-grab burglaries, but some cannabis retailers argue Senate Bill 6133 doesn't go far enough.
A woman in desperate need of medical attention was instead thrown in jail for more than a day, accused of driving under the influence.
A woman was pulled over and arrested in Thurston County for driving too slowly and swerving. She was taken into custody for DUI, but it turns out she was having a brain bleed.
A Washington State Patrol trooper arrested a woman on suspicion of drunken driving when she was actually experiencing a life-threatening brain bleed and booked her into jail where officials mocked her instead of getting her medical attention, according to a civil rights lawsuit filed Thursday.
One bill clearing the Senate in Olympia is pushing for $770 million more over the next three years, primarily to hire more paraeducators and boost their pay.
Deputies from multiple jurisdictions are asking for the public's help identifying a woman accused of stealing credit cards out of cars using them, wracking up thousands of dollars in purchases.
Several guns are missing after a violent home robbery in Olympia. Police are searching for those guns and the suspects responsible.
The Olympia Police Department is searching for multiple home invasion suspects who reportedly stole firearms and assaulted a victim Thursday morning.
Washington state drivers are experiencing sticker shock after insurance rate increases that are, on average, higher than anything seen in the last few years.
The law made it more difficult for child protective services to remove kids from homes, with the intent of protecting low-income families. The law requires proof of imminent physical harm or risk.
The Washington state Senate unanimously approved legislation Tuesday that would ban police from hog-tying suspects, a restraint technique that has long drawn concern due to the risk of suffocation.