A look at what may have impacted high voter turnout in King County and Washington.
WATCH: What the view from the Space Needle looked like on the worst air quality day this century.
Part 2 of a conversation with seven influential women in the local music, arts and food scenes.
Mossback dives into the Burke Museum's paleobotany collection to find out what Washington used to look like.
Health care professionals said her best friend would die. Lauren Davis wasn’t buying it. A remarkable story ensued.
Columnist Knute Berger is Crosscut’s Mossback. Born and raised in Seattle, he writes with his own Pacific Northwest perspective.
Many new residents now arrive looking at the city as a stepping stone rather than a place to live.
Ben Anderstone is a Seattle-based political consultant.
Late ballots in the August primary leaned red, but the GOP is still in big trouble.
A #MeToo conversation with seven women in the local music, arts and food scene.
Kate Preusser is the managing editor of Lookout Landing, SB Nation's Mariners blog, and a contributor to Baseball Prospectus and the Athletic Seattle.
The team's on-field play has taken a back seat to revelations of wrongdoing. What is a fan to do?
Jacqueline B. Helfgott, Ph.D is professor and director of the Department of Criminal Justice Crime & Justice Research Center at Seattle University.
We would be better off reducing our emphasis on someone's past and looking to broader security concepts that operate more fairly.
Sarah E. Myhre, PhD, is a paleoceanographer at the University of Washington, a national thought leader in science communication, and founder of Rowan Institute.
From Brock Turner to David Meinert — why do the narratives always focus on the accuser?
Each year, the Crosscut Courage Awards Fundraising Breakfast recognizes those among us who have shown bold leadership and enduring courage, despite personal or organization risk.
The King County Executive floated an idea to use an existing tool to save the music venue. It could happen. Maybe.
Researchers in Bellevue, Wash. have developed a way to identify, track, and zap the bugs in a split second.
We know the problem: The whales are starving. We've tried just about everything to address that — except the one thing we really need to do.