Baker Takes Back Apology For 'Build The Wall' Valentine's Day Cookies, Gets Orders From Across CountryA baker in Washington state who created the "Build the Wall" Valentine's Day cookie is not only taking back his initial apology, he's selling them by the dozen.
Community Throws Birthday Party For Boy After Classmates Said They Wouldn’t ComeA 12-year-old boy got the surprise of his life when nearly 100 people showed up to his first-ever birthday party after most of his new classmates declined to attend.
Washington State Supreme Court Declares Death Penalty UnconstitutionalWashington's Supreme Court unanimously struck down the state's death penalty Thursday as arbitrary and racially biased.
Goats With Appetite For Human Urine Airlifted Out Of National ParkGoats can be a nuisance along heavily used trails because they seek out salt and minerals from human urine, according to officials.
Video: Teens Rob Gas Station As Clerk Suffers 'Major Medical Issue'"Someone knows who these people are who did not care at all about this man's well-being. Please help identify them so that they are brought to justice," police said on Facebook.
Colorado Joins Other States In Outdoor RecreationColorado is among a handful of states that want to shape the future of outdoor recreation in the U.S.
Police: Man Shot Neighbors, Then Himself In Fight Over Dog PoopThree people are in the hospital after a dispute over dog poop turned into a violent shootout and standoff with police.
Friday Marks 38th Anniversary Of Mount St. Helens EruptionMount St. Helens erupted on May 18, 1980, killing 57 people and causing more than a billion dollars in damage.
Troopers Prepare For 300 Mile Ride In Honor Of Fallen Co-workersAs national police week approaches, two Colorado State Patrol troopers are training to ride in this year’s police unity tour - a nearly 300 mile bicycle ride into Washington D.C.
Burglar Collected Rent After Breaking Into Home, Police SayA burglar in Washington state has been charged with not only breaking into a vacationing family's home, but also renting it out to unsuspecting tenants.
'Vote Them Out!': Hundreds Of Thousands Demand Gun ControlIn a historic groundswell of youth activism, hundreds of thousands of teenagers and their supporters rallied across the U.S. against gun violence Saturday, vowing to transform fear and grief into a "vote-them-out" movement and tougher laws against weapons and ammo.
Studies Increasingly Clear: Uber, Lyft Congest CitiesOne promise of ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft was fewer cars clogging city streets. But studies suggest the opposite: that ride-hailing companies are pulling riders off buses, subways, bicycles and their own feet and putting them in cars instead.
Coloradan Killed In Helicopter Crash During Mule Deer SurveyA 19-year-old Colorado man was killed and two others on board were injured during the crash of a helicopter contracted by Washington state to help with a mule deer survey, authorities said Monday.
Official: Train Brake Automatically Activated In Fatal Wreck Investigators are looking into whether the Amtrak engineer whose speeding train plunged off an overpass, killing at least three people, was distracted by the presence of an employee-in-training next to him in the locomotive, a federal official said Tuesday.
McCain Says He's Feeling Well, Vows To Return In JanuaryRepublican Sen. John McCain on Monday expressed thanks for the overwhelming support as he battles brain cancer.