Now that the brunt of the what was Tropical Storm Cindy has passed it was a much calmer day along Baldwin County beaches Thursday. But, that…
A downtown Seattle rally and march for Charleena Lyles will be “black-women centered” and led by black women.
Seattleites will be able to request free drag performances between 2 and 6 p.m. Saturday as part of the ride-hailing service’s celebration of Pride weekend.
U.S. District Judge Richard Jones Wednesday denied the Justice Department’s request to dismiss the suit, which was filed in February by the American Civil Liberties Union and Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.
Tropical Storm Cindy didn't just bring heavy rainfall and whipping winds to the Gulf Coast. The storm also brought us some pink visitors.
Fort Walton Beach Police say a baby has died for unknown reasons and an investigation is underway.
The suspects were arrested after an hours-long standoff with Mobile Police.
Did you get letter? WSU sends warning to 1 million people after hard drive with personal info is stolen
Washington State University is alerting 1 million people that their personal information could have been accessed by thieves who broke into an Olympia storage locker.
Shell-and-mortar fireworks are legal in Washington state, but a new UW study finds more disfiguring injuries came from accidents with shell-and-mortar fireworks than any other legal firework — and some illegal ones.
Some people said a knife-wielding man wasn't shot during an hours-long standoff in Seattle because he was white. But, in fact, he was black.
Seattle mayoral candidate Jenny Durkan is seeking to keep her home address out of public records, citing threats made against her in her former job as U.S. attorney.