Someone in the crowd shot two police officers as a protest wound down late Wednesday night outside the police station here.
A potent storm rolled through the Puget Sound region this weekend, bringing heavy rains, some welcome mountain snow, and just for old times' sake, some gusty winds as well.
In hindsight, Hillary Clinton told reporters she'd separate her personal and work email.
"I thought using one device would be simpler," she said Tuesday. "Obviously, it hasn't worked out that way."
Workers have removed the greek letters from the side of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house at the University of Oklahoma.
The school cut ties with the fraternity and with two students who appeared to be leading a racist chant over the weekend.
One of them, 19-year-old freshman Parker Rice, issued an apology Tuesday night.
The roof on Jim Gorman's home is like a personal solar panel power grid.
"We're standing in clouds," Gorman said, "and it's producing more than the house is using."
Edwin Gray loves a cigarette to relax, but now he's got to smoke them outside.
"You want me to stop what I've been doing in my house, all my life," he said.
Gray is not quitting cold turkey by choice.
Instead, it's by a temporary order of the court that Gray can no longer light up in his own home.
There are more than 80,000 people on the kidney transplant waiting list, and people wait more than 5 years for a kidney from a deceased donor.
A lawmaker in Washington state is pitching an idea that would require kids 18 or younger to post a "New Driver" sticker on their back windshield, alerting other drivers to give them extra space.
As Applie tries to revolutionize watches the way it did phones and computers, it's also creating jobs - the kind of high tech careers President Obama sees as a way to build the middle class.
Anger and frustration continues to build on the University of Oklahoma campus after video surfaced this weekend showing members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity shouting out a racist chant.