To prevent a tariff war, Washington lawmakers may take back some of the company's record-setting tax break — and free up $100 million per year in the state budget.
A new program will give "legacy businesses" assistance (but not cash).
The all-ages charm of Children’s Film Festival Seattle, a fresh theatrical take on ‘1984,’ a Silent Reading Party for outgoing bookworms and more cultural happenings.
There was no clear path to victory, but Sanders led all candidates in the new poll, conducted days before ballots were mailed.
A system that relies on hotels and out-of-state group facilities only creates further trauma.
Leaders in Olympia acknowledge their proposed solutions are only temporary ones, however.
The underground Seattle artist is teaching kids that creativity doesn’t require a big budget.
If this is what it takes to secure a Section 8 housing voucher, it's no wonder voters are embracing socialism.
Rep. Jenny Graham wants to keep capital punishment on the books, highlighting how a state Supreme Court ruling hasn't ended the debate.
The growing divide between federal disability income and rent is leading more people into homelessness.
Experts warn that Puget Sound needs to prepare for a long-term battle against the swiftly spreading virus.
After weeks of back and forth, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said Friday she would release funding for Seattle's lauded diversion program.
The public wants its representatives to act. These bills in Olympia could help.
A person strangled by an abusive partner is 750 times more likely to be killed by that same person, but the signs often aren't visible.
Dr. Robin Kodner studies 2 billion year old snow algae high in mountain fields and glaciers to learn about life's beginnings, and its future.
Redistricting — the once-per-decade exercise of redrawing political boundaries — is set to begin next year.
Event producer One Reel is looking to the long-running Seattle festival’s past to help ensure its future.
Wyam tribal member Lana Jack argues the archives contain documents legally affirming her right to exist.
Across the border in British Columbia's Skagit River headwaters, a proposed open-pit mine has drawn protests from Native tribes, environmentalists and politicians.
Residents say city regulations are making it difficult and expensive to perform needed repairs. State lawmakers want to help.
Athleticism and theatrical storytelling combine as the wrestlers of Lucha Libre Volcánica embody mythical personas to inspire audiences.