Latest WA state news
WA has yet another Lotto millionaire, with a ticket sold in the state returning a shade over $1 million from Saturday night's draw.
A couple had to be rescued after their ten metre boat hit rocks near Rottnest on Friday.
Thousands of baby snapper have been released into Cockburn Sound after the public rallied around to pay for the breeding project.
An 11-year-old boy had been charged with murder over the stabbing death of a 26-year-old man outside the Esplanade train station in the early hours of January 27.
'Over the years I've always been drawn by cartoonists as a little fat man and I'm looking forward to them now drawing me as a little skinny man'.
Prince's surprise tour of Australia now has dates and venues but still not show times.
A gang of teenagers have been arrested following a break-in at Embleton Primary School.
New figures show that Western Australia has second highest rate of female imprisonment in Australia. Only the Northern Territory locks up more women.
'They're threatening cars as they're going past them. One kid's trying to threaten a car with a bike, trying to throw a bike on the road,' Dennis Salu said.
12:34 PM Immunisation rates in WA have reached record numbers but it's still not enough to prevent disease outbreaks.
12:31 PM Former AFL recruit Dayle Garlett wants to revive his failed career.
The Australian Idol runner-up has cancelled one of his own east coast shows so he could make WA's Ship-Wrecked festival.
The City of Fremantle's first collection box which aims to help prevent professional begging has been installed - however it's got off to a slow start.
'As a result of the incident, one of the victims suffered serious injuries including lacerations to his face and suspected brain injuries'
The state opposition has delivered a damning assessment of a national report on the effectiveness of WA policing.
Perth house prices are likely to fall by three to five per cent this year as the mining dependent economy teeters on the verge of recession.
A West Australian adult has been diagnosed with the Zika virus after recently returning from central America.
A man has been found guilty of importing five kilograms of cocaine into Australia from Mexico.
The point-to-point speed cameras calculate the amount of time it takes a vehicle to travel between two points, and compare the average speed with the speed limit.
When City of Swan resident Betty Desmond got a glimpse of recent Swan Valley development plans she was shocked to discover that her newly renovated kitchen sat firmly on a path of destruction.
A Perth father accused of sexually abusing his 13-year-old daughter over two years and offering her to several other men has pleaded guilty to more than 200 charges.
Arson squad detectives are investigating a suspicious blaze that caused an estimated $100,000 damage to a unit in Mandurah on Friday morning.
Two men have been charged with the murder of a 26-year-old man who died following a brawl at the Esplanade train station in the early hours of January 27.
Staff Writers News Corporation has denied selling WA's only Sunday paper - The Sunday Times - to the Kerry Stokes-owned Seven West Media, which would open the door for the The West Australian to publish seven days a week.
An elderly Baldivis couple are "dumbstruck" Rockingham council has told them to pull down their flag pole because the pensioners didn't get planning approval.
Police were involved in a dramatic pursuit in Hazelmere on Thursday night where a vehicle caught on fire and a police dog was kicked in the head by an alleged offender.
Esperance's historic Tanker Jetty will be demolished after a council meeting to decide its fate required a last minute venue change to cater for hundreds of residents who showed up to hear the decision.