The remains of an Oregon teenager missing for more than 25 years were recently identified by authorities, and police are looking into whether she might have been a victim of Gary Ridgway, known as the "Green River Killer."
Driven by curiosity and customer demand, Marc Geman, CEO of the Spicy Pickle restaurant chain, sent 30 of his top-selling dishes to a testing lab for nutritional analysis. It cost him about $2,500, but he learned everything about each dish, from calories to sodium content, which he then posted on the Spicy Pickle website.
A man and a woman have been arrested in connection with the deaths of six people -- believed to be three generations of the same family -- in a rural area outside Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday, authorities said.
Thousands of people are reported missing each year in the United States, and police say searching for adults can be particularly difficult, because it's hard to tell whether the person wants to be found.
A judge Friday sided with the Washington state Republican Party in deciding to block the counting of more than 700 uncounted ballots in the governor's race, which the GOP candidate is winning by a few dozen votes.
Republican Dino Rossi was officially certified Tuesday as Washington state's new governor-elect, giving Democrats until Friday to decide whether they want to challenge his election by paying for a hand recount that could push the uncertainty over the closest gubernatorial race in state history to Christmas -- or beyond.
Ten years after the mysterious murder of up-and-coming punk singer Mia Zapata, her case will finally be heard in a Seattle courtroom, when opening statements begin Monday in the trial of Cuban native, Jesus Mezquia.