BREMERTON, Wash. (AP) — A U.S. Navy officer has made history by being the first woman elevated to the command of a Washington state shipyard. KOMO reported Wednesday that Capt. Dianna Wolfson became the new commander of the Puget
SEATTLE (AP) — A lawsuit claims Amazon is violating laws in at least eight states by recording children without consent through Alexa devices. The Seattle Times reports the lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Seattle, claims the voice-controlled
MILAN (AP) — Seattle resident Amanda Knox, a former exchange student who became the focus of a sensational murder case, arrived in Italy Thursday for the first time since an appeals court acquitted her in 2011 in
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — The only woman at a Washington state treatment facility for sexually violent predators has been released. The News Tribune reports 61-year-old Laura Faye McCollum entered the Special Commitment Center on McNeil Island in 1997 after
SEATTLE (AP) — A man charged with murder in the 1987 killings of a young Canadian couple is facing trial in Washington state beginning this week, but the case won’t challenge the new investigative technique authorities used
SEATTLE (AP) — A jury has awarded $4 million in damages to a Montana woman for physical and emotional injuries she suffered after being ejected from a duck boat tour vehicle in a crash that killed five
BREMERTON (AP) — The Suquamish Tribe says it plans to sue the Navy over sewage spills that they say have discharged “hundreds of thousands of gallons of untreated sewage” into local waters over the last five years.
OLYMPIA – In a unanimous decision Thursday, the Washington State Supreme Court upheld its earlier decision against a Richland florist who refused to sell wedding flowers to a gay couple. The state’s high court ruled that Arlene’s Flowers didn’t follow Washington