After reviewing documents from the state Redistricting Commission, the court accepted its work, even though parts of it weren't finished on time.
Keeping shellfish safe to eat will get harder without increasing repair and inspection of septic systems that can contaminate shellfish beds.
The NCAA's rule changes are a boon to some athletes, but limitations and hurdles are frustrating to some.
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Plus, where to find affordable art over the holidays and events from poetry to protest music.
The group aims to generate wealth for Black homeowners, and prevent communities from gentrification by making repairs and renovations.
Rubén Casas, a scholar of public space and civic engagement at the University of Washington Tacoma, is a contributing opinion columnist.
Mayor Victoria Woodards' high ambitions take aim at more than problems with policing.
Dr. Samantha Allen is a contributing opinion columnist.
Climate Pledge Arena — and other professional sports destinations — should do more to make the experience affordable to everybody.
These creatures are at the core of our region's identity. Without them, 'we'd be just like everywhere else.'
The owners of the iconic restaurant discuss the many creative ideas that came as they contended with the peak of the COVID-19.
Social media platforms have been used to divide people and tilt elections. Can anything be done about it?
Urban theorist Richard Florida discusses the appeal of urban life to young workers and how remote work is going to change the way we live.
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KCTS 9 sat down with local immigrant chefs on how they’ve incorporated their traditions into the uniquely American holiday of Thanksgiving.
Craft fairs, gallery shows and pop-up events offer locally made presents for holiday shoppers.
It's unclear how long the high demand will last. National polls suggest that not all parents will rush to get their child vaccinated.
Seattle was far removed from the epicenter of hostilities, but the post-Civil War culture war flared up here.
Those who want to recall Kshama Sawant say it's about holding her accountable. Her supporters see it as an attack on the socialist council member's progressive policies.
Months before most of Seattle’s other theater companies reopen, ArtsWest is staging the aptly titled musical ‘We’ve Battled Monsters Before.’
Celebration broke out on Armistice Day, and city residents seized their freedom, but at a cost.
Knute “Mossback” Berger is Crosscut's Editor-at-Large.
To grow into a truly mass movement, the left must figure out how to sustain mass participation between elections.
Katie Wilson, a contributing columnist, is the General Secretary of the Transit Riders Union.
The only Republican in a statewide seat is joining the Biden administration. Here’s what our governor should consider when replacing her.
Bill Bryant is a contributing opinion columnist.