Study: Seattle Minimum Wage Hasn't Cut JobsSeattle's $15-an-hour minimum wage law has boosted pay for restaurant workers without costing jobs, according to a study released Tuesday.
Watch: Small Plane Crashes On SpeedwayAuthorities say a small plane crashed on a road shortly after it departed from Paine Airport north of Seattle.
Plum, Osahor, Lead No. 11 Washington Past Colorado 79-46Kelsey Plum eventually continued her march toward the all-time career scoring mark, but the path was made much easier by Chantel Osahor.
Gender-Neutral Restrooms Might Soon Be A Requirement In DenverThe City of Denver may soon require gender-neutral restrooms.
Guide To Seattle's Puget SoundVisitor guide to the best things to see and do in the Puget Sound area of Seattle
Best Seafood Cities In AmericaA brief profile on seven of the best seafood cities in America
Seattle Hospital Urges Patient Testing After Former Surgical Tech ChargedA Seattle hospital has urged more than 1,300 patients to get tested for hepatitis and HIV after a former surgery technician was charged with stealing and swapping syringes in Colorado.
New Rapids Player Says Ex-Girlfriend Didn't Stab Him, But He Can't Remember Who DidPolice still haven't filed charges in the stabbing of a new Colorado Rapids player that occurred at his Seattle apartment back in December.
Colorado Now Home For Man Convicted Of Killing Nearly 50 PeopleA man convicted of killing nearly 50 people is now behind bars in Colorado.
Study Finds Widespread Inaccuracies In Dosing Of Medical Marijuana EdiblesSo what's in that medical marijuana edible? A new study finds patients may not be getting what they paid for.
Denver's Pickleball Ambassador Says 'Tennis Is So Yesterday'Pickleball is a little like tennis, only smaller. It’s a little like ping pong, only bigger. It’s even a little like badminton, but played with a wiffle ball, according to pickleball ambassador Ken Marquardt.
Monitoring Legal Pot: How Do We Know If It Works?Dozens of government officials and researchers from a half-dozen U.S. states and a few countries that have legalized marijuana or are at least thinking about it are gathering in Washington state for meetings focused largely on one question: How do we know if it's working?