The past year brought athletic triumphs, unthinkable tragedies and the turning of political tides. We look back at the events and stories that defined 2014.
Twelve officers in the Seattle Police Department’s East Precinct will participate in a six-month pilot program to test body cameras.
NEW - 06:00 AM Daily Rant&Rave: Bully's kids are bullies
NEW - 06:30 AM Group seeks to reintroduce grizzlies to Selway-Bitterroots
UPDATE - 05:59 AM Issaquah middle school closed for third day following threatening letter
UPDATE - 07:48 AM US tapped contractors to do its sneaky work in Cuba
UPDATE - 07:49 AM Colorado vows to defend pot law against states' challenge
UPDATE - 07:53 AM Indonesia volcano erupts, injuring 4; 1 missing
UPDATE - 07:12 AM Weird weather: Anchorage ski areas have to make their own snow
UPDATE - 06:57 AM Dog accidentally shoots Wyoming man
Entertainment & Living
NEW - 06:15 AM Dec. 19 TV Picks: ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’
NEW - 06:05 AM Sumptuous book captures work of director Cecil B. DeMille
Even when challenges or misunderstandings arise, the truth is that we all want the same thing: safety for the public, protection for taxpayers and daylight for Bertha.Lynn Peterson guest column: "WSDOT explains the settling, liability and safety of the Highway 99 tunnel project"