Mike McGinn, former Seattle mayor, to run again

SEATTLE (AP) - Former Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn will try to get his old job back.McGinn on Monday announced he would challenge incumbent Ed Murray, who defeated McGinn in 2013.

Man showed killing live on Facebook

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cleveland police say they are searching for a homicide suspect who broadcast the fatal shooting of another man live on Facebook.

Woman arrested for stealing cat and SUV in Richland

Pasco Police arrested Ashley D. Younger on Friday after receiving reports there was suspicious activity on the 4800 block of Tamarisk Drive in Richland. Younger was inside a GMC Acadia SUV, she claimed was a friend's car. Officers found a cat in the backseat that Younger claimed she rescued.

Tacoma homeowner fatally shoots intruder

TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - Sheriff's deputies in Pierce County say they are investigating after a homeowner shot and killed an intruder.Pierce County deputies arrived at a Tacoma residence early Saturday morning after receiving a report of an intruder being shot.

School shooter apologizes as he awaits resentencing

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - School shooter Barry Loukaitis for the first time is apologizing for killing three people at a Moses Lake middle school in 1996.Loukaitis, as part of a court-ordered resentencing, wrote a letter to the Grant County Superior Court recently in which he apologized for his actions.Loukaitis was 14 when he killed a teacher and two fellow students at Frontier Middle School in Moses Lake. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Homeless man sues Seattle over impound of truck

SEATTLE (AP) - A homeless man has filed a lawsuit against Seattle accusing police officers of violating his rights for impounding the vehicle he was living in.The Seattle Times ( ) reports that police towed 57-year-old Steven Long's pickup in October. Long had been living in his 2000 GMC truck for three months after it broke down in a city parking lot. He was without his truck for 22 days.

Washington man wrongly convicted in 1957 killing files federal lawsuit

DEKALB, Ill. (AP) - A Washington state man wrongly convicted in the 1957 kidnapping and killing of a 7-year-old girl has filed a federal lawsuit in Illinois.The complaint accuses authorities in both states of fabricating evidence and conspiring to frame Jack McCullough in the death of Maria Ridulph of Illinois.

Pasco Taco Crawl approaching

The Pasco Taco Crawl is a couple weeks away but the organizer is urging you to buy your booklets soon.