Stuart Elway has been surveying Washingtonians for decades and he’s never seen so much partisanship — and so little optimism.
VIDEO: A first-of-its-kind festival makes its U.S. debut in Seattle.
Despite $13M in Big Soda backing, the I-1634 campaign is struggling to gain support.
A marine biologist is helping oysters fight back against ocean acidification.
Washington state Supreme Court rules death penalty is "arbitrary" and "racially biased."
Doug Hennick is an aquatic ecologist on the staff of the Wild Fish Conservancy.
Too few property owners are choosing to improve habitat. Their alternative should be annual payments.
Columnist Knute Berger is Crosscut’s Mossback. Born and raised in Seattle, he writes with his own Pacific Northwest perspective.
I support capital punishment in some cases, but the Supreme Court was right to deem it unconstitutional.
After her Red Chador was lost overseas, Anida Yoeu Ali of Tacoma has found a way to grieve.
The Lid I-5 movement has some designs that bring to life how the city could make up for past mistakes.
Shelby Parsons is a recent graduate of the Masters in Education Policy program at the University of Washington.
Wiser use of the money would allow the city to serve more students who will benefit the most.
Seeing red: In central Washington, good answers are few, but opposing Kavanaugh feels selective.
We’ll trace the history of Seattle’s jazz scene, the rise of hip hop, and the present-day music scene as they’ve been shaped by red lining, the Teen Dance Ordinance, gentrification and the tech boom.
The latest attempt to rein in Washington polluters has a 14-point lead, despite big-money foes.
A ruptured natural gas pipeline had consequences down the line for western Washington consumers.
Biologists counted more than 5,000 moose over three winters, but climate change and wolves are already eating into those numbers.
"The Turn of the Screw" opera, a celebration of Thom Jones, The Seattle Queer Film Festival and more.