The Supreme Court decision in Loving v. Virginia ended anti-miscegenation laws in the U.S. long after our state had done the same. But the history is complicated.
State dollars will take mental health services in a new direction with two projects: a psychiatric hospital near Northgate Mall and a proposed behavioral health center at Harborview.
Grumpy, agitated, or embarrassed voters do not favor the status quo. They vote for change.
Plus, Shakespeare returns to Puget Sound parks, Jazz Alley gets its groove back and more news of Northwest arts re-openings.
A year after bold proclamations about "reimagining" policing and safety, some members say they need to refocus their efforts.
Sen. Jon Tester discusses the challenges facing Democrats as they try to convince red states to go green.
Maternal mortality rates are already much higher among Native people. The pandemic added another complication.
Not long ago, halting an airport expansion over climate issues and environmental justice concerns might have seemed far-fetched. But times are changing.
Despite no mandate from school districts or state officials, 30% of Washington children ages 12 to 15 have started the vaccination process.
Those who have been working from home during the pandemic have a decision to make, and it will have a profound impact on public transit in the region.
Here’s how Crosscut pulled off photographing the 16 artists behind the iconic artwork.
Created by local writers and artists, ‘We Hereby Refuse’ illustrates untold true stories of heroism with vivid graphics.
At this year's Crosscut Festival, the congresswoman from Seattle spoke about the importance of grassroots activism and how to make it effective.
Smoke forecasting is notoriously hard to do, but a new tool from the state Department of Ecology may help us anticipate hazardous air five days in the future.
Plus, new Northwest-set TV series ‘The Uncertain Detective,’ and an Indigenous emblem of the pandemic.
In arguing that the South won the Civil War, historian Heather Cox Richardson points to the paradox of the cowboy and how it presents an enduring dilemma for our democracy.
Historian Heather Cox Richardson discusses how the battle between North and South and lives on in American politics today.
We check in with the creators of the most visible artistic symbol of last summer’s protests.
With a departing mayor and low approval ratings for the city council, expectations are high for a change election. It's not clear that will happen.
Months of COVID-19 lockdowns mean courts and prosecutors' offices face an overwhelming queue of cases.
While the Pfizer vaccine has proven difficult to manage in the past, tribes are now collaborating as they attempt to get students vaccinated.