VIDEO: A century ago, Seattle's hockey team was the best in the world. But it was no match for the Spanish flu, or plans for a downtown parking garage.
Seattle choreographer Mark Haim crowdsources a new performance.
When researchers from Pacific Northwest National Lab analyzed the atmosphere over the Amazon, they discovered how drastically we are changing pure air.
The Washington Legislature is worrying about people using tobacco. Not heroin. Why?
All around Washington state, ICE is arresting undocumented immigrants when they show up for hearings or to pay fines.
Frente al Juzgado del Condado de Grant, en Ephrata, WA. (Fotografía de Matt McKnight/Crosscut)
In what was a PR battle for the ages, Seattle and Tacoma rivaled over the name of our biggest mountain.
It's been 40 years since Seattle schools first tried — and failed — to integrate. Today, data suggest segregation persists across the district
With the Black Trans Prayer Book, poet and educator J Mase III is spreading hope.
Seattle artist Markel Uriu examines the human role in invasive species.
Harry Allen was an outlaw of a different sort.
Baso Fibonacci has created art next to Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct for 10 years. He puts on one more show as the demolition begins.
With Skeleton Flower, Degenerate Art Ensemble puts on its most personal performance yet.
Despite numerous cases in Washington state, opposition to mandatory vaccination remains fierce.
Seeing few astronauts who looked like himself, Livingston L. Holder, Jr. helps young scientists of color see their faces in STEM careers.
Today we fight it, but generations ago the city thrived on it.