Aleisha Orr Three people have been killed in separate traffic incidents in a deadly day on WA's roads.
Simon White Life as an Aussie picker: Tom spends his days snaffling up bargains at garage sales, raiding skip bins at construction sites and finding his own little pieces of gold in people's vergeside rubbish...
Rania Spooner West Australians have given Liberal leader Colin Barnett another four years at the helm in a commanding win the returning premier attributed, in part, to Federal Labor being "on the nose" in WA.
Robyn Preston It started with racial abuse then continued with a tirade of explicit language and threatening gestures, and ended in an all-out brawl.
Allen Newton Mean Machine Olympic gold medallist Neil Brooks is busking on the streets of London trying to earn a living.
Aleisha Orr Cyclone Rusty could have a 100-kilometre wide eye and feature winds of more than 200km\h by the time its full force is felt on WA's North West coastline late on Wednesday.
Tropical Cyclone Rusty in Western Australia's Pilbara region has been downgraded to a category one, allowing emergency services authorities to give the all clear to Pardoo and Marble Bar.
Rolling coverage of tropical cyclone Rusty as parts of WA's North West prepare for destructive winds and flooding.
Aleisha Orr People in Bullsbrook are in danger as a number of bushfires burn in the area.
There are fresh hopes a Perth man facing a death sentence in Malaysia for alleged drug trafficking may be acquitted in the wake of evidence pointing to widespread corruption on the part of police...
Robyn Preston A 17-year-old girl has been brutally attacked by a gang of five people while walking home after getting off a bus in Swan View.
Rania Spooner Train surfing the Nullarbor: "just plain dumb".
Police pursuits in Western Australia will again come under scrutiny after one man was killed and two police officers were injured following two separate chases in less than 24 hours.
United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has touched down in Australia ahead of this week's annual Australia-United States Ministerial (AUSMIN) meetings.
Aleisha Orr Consistent, regular drinking is putting West Australians at risk of disease and injury.
About 9000 homes lost power overnight as a fierce storm lashed the state, and it looks like there is more wild weather on its way.
Operators of the former WA asbestos mine in Wittenoom could be liable for a wider range of deadly illnesses following new research about the effects on children who grew up there.
Courtney Trenwith The man behind a 30-year push to build light rail in Perth has hailed the state government's commitment as historic but says the network could be built much sooner and for less than the projected $1...
Rania Spooner This single mum on a four on - three off roster says fly-in, fly-out means more stability and time with the kids.
Jenna Clarke Lady Gaga can be forgiven for forgetting to wear pants, but can a cab driver?