The young lives of James and Jerome Taafulisia were beset by poverty and neglect when they committed their violent crimes. So was mine.
The rugged cliffs, grasslands and forests abutting Washington's longest wild river are now protected havens for salmon, goats and bears.
Members of the city council are proposing cutting about 100 police jobs and creating a new public safety department.
If Jay Inslee collects less than 45% in the primary, a GOP candidate may have a shot at winning the governorship in November’s general.
Officials in at least 27 states are warning residents not to plant unsolicited seed packets from China and other countries.
Washington state must uphold the right of journalists to report without fear of their work being confiscated by law enforcement.
Plus: Two new books tackle the true nature of stars.
Federal money has kept poverty low in Washington, but it’s running out.
As Black Lives Matter protests continue, leaders say Seattle should give the community back land they say is owed to them.
As Hugo House's new writer in residence, Ruth Joffre is exploring empathy and being Latinx.
Other states have travel restrictions for out-of-state travelers. A reader asks: Why not Washington?
The pandemic made a global economic slowdown much worse. Maybe it’s time to rethink a system based on endless growth.
Between high decibel levels and police inaction, tensions are building between the Church at Planned Parenthood and the facility.
With smoke shelters shuttered, public health officials worry thousands could suffer from unhealthy air.
The Washington senator and former preschool teacher wants to get families much-needed relief.
Unions are spending big to unseat a centrist Democrat who opposes tax increases, while business-backed groups fight to keep him.
After the latest Crosscut/Elway election poll, some want to know why the results don’t align with what they’re seeing on social media.
Sooner or later, we’re all going to have to ask: What am I willing to risk to see my loved ones right now? For me, it was Amtrak.
There are only 84 publicly funded psychiatric beds for over 1.6 million kids in Washington, and the waitlist can span half a year or more.
Melissa Utomo talks about racist routes, inclusive app design and how the outdoor industry fails people of color.
With an eye toward Portland, police and protestors again clashed on Capitol Hill Saturday night.