Amid complaints about how much time she spent out of the office, Sue McNab says her heart's not in the job.
A city commission says that multi-family housing, once legal across the city, is key to building a more equitable future.
A look at the history of the Filipino community's presence in the Chinatown International District.
A new coalition of activists is calling for a permanent shift in how people get around the city.
State Democrats are confident they'll pass the $268M clean energy plan.
King County Councilmember Jeanne Kohl-Welles represents the 4th Council District.
While we wait on the governor and Legislature for state action, local governments can also help.
John Carlson hosts a morning drive show on AM 570 KVI. He is a co-founder of the Washington Policy Center in Seattle.
The yellow vest protests in Europe reflect the same concern about higher energy costs seen in the vote on I-1631.
The new installation nods to shipwrecks, exploitation and other dark sides of the tea trade.
For the Eastern Washington town of Republic, dreams of revival rest on a new approach to gold mining.
Columnist Knute Berger is Crosscut’s Mossback. Born and raised in Seattle, he writes with his own Pacific Northwest perspective.
Mossback joins the Rainier Club, a prestigious downtown club where the titans of local industry once held sway.
Art Thiel is co-founder of Sportspressnw.com and a former sports columnist for The Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
It's been a century since Seattle last had a hockey team, and sports fans will have to wait a little longer.
In an interview at the Paramount, the famed journalist gave insight into two scandal-plagued presidents: Nixon and Trump.
Both cities are changing rapidly. A fun, fast-paced show that pits the two big S(ister) cities of our fair state.
Getting around was as easy as remembering that "Jesus Christ made Seattle under protest."
Confused salmon keep getting lost on their way back to the nest, but wildlife scientists are helping them make scents of the journey.
The region needs more affordable housing, but existing buildings are falling into disrepair.
Through his G'ma Project, artist Che Sehyun is celebrating elders, ancestors and culture.
If negotiations don’t pan out, a class-action lawsuit is possible.