A man ranting about President Donald Trump and holding a large American flag walked into the lobby of Trump National Resort in Doral early Friday morning, laid the flag down on the main counter and began firing rounds.
After a rally at the Capitol Monday several hundred supporters for the The Washington Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival briefly blocked the intersection off Capitol Way and 11th en route to Sylvester Park in downtown Olympia.
A last-second rain shower didn't dampen there spirits of around 50 walkers was they headed out of Olympia's Marathon Park Sunday as part of the Hunger Walk fundraiser and organized this year by the South Sound Buddhist Peace Fellowship.
An eruption of the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii's Big Island forced residents in residential areas to evacuate. Kilauea is Hawaii Island's youngest volcano, located on the southeastern area of the island.
Footage from a parking lot security camera shows masked figures traveling toward downtown on foot. A group of more than 20 people dressed in black tagged businesses and broke windows along Fourth Avenue East Wednesday evening.
WSDOT will build the state’s first diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) at I-5 and State Route 510 in Lacey in 2018. DDI’s are a proven way to move more people and reduce the potential for collisions by reducing conflict points.
Chris Bredeson, left, Good Samaritan Hospital president and COO, and Dr. David Bachman, chief medical officer for the Puyallup hospital, address concerns over a former nurse who tested positive for hepatitis C and possibly infected two patients.
Seattle artist Beliz Brother, along with her design and installation crew of Dennis Mendoza and Jeremy Sharp, assemble her new sculpture titled “Hydro Logic” Monday in the atrium of the Helen Sommers Building on the Capitol Campus.