Washington State Governor puts a hold on executions claiming the process is unfair.
Washington State power company uses cow manure to generate electricity
Washington State program pairs prison inmates with shelter dogs for training before adoption.
Construction worker falls six stories to his death on his first day on the job.
A Seattle teenager's glasses deflect bullet in drive by shooting.
Reaction to new nuclear deal is mixed in Washington.
The budget and immigration reform top President Obama's agenda, but will the recent government shutdown help or hurt his chances?
Wichita Falls Reverend leads U.S. leaders in prayer.
The effort to expand background checks will either move ahead or fall apart today, as the Senate takes up the bill.
An envelope that tested positive for the deadly poison ricin was intercepted Tuesday afternoon at the U.S. Capitol's off-site mail facility in Washington.
Police in Richland, Wash., say an 11-year-old boy saved his mother's life by calling for help and then giving his mother CPR.
Tense standoff after man reportedly fires at several homes.
At least one structure destroyed, many more threatened in Washington landslides.
Six months after the Sept. 11 terror attack in Benghazi, Republican lawmakers are fuming that they haven't been granted access to the survivors.
Thousands of birds have made University of Washington's Bothell campus their home.
Fight over spending cuts continues.
Massive spending cuts will move forward.
Passersby find young children stranded with their mother's dead body hours after crash.
The effort to prosecute two boys, ages 10 and 11, for allegedly bringing weapons to a Colville school in a plot to kill a classmate is posing legal challenges because the suspects are so young.
Rescue officials say a group of inmates on a prison work crew dove into a fast-moving, frigid Washington state river to save three young brothers who were dumped in the water after their canoe capsized.