In her $213M library proposal, Mayor Durkan suggests eliminating fines. Data show the poorest areas stand to benefit most.
The local outlet's new documentary marks a step backwards in the public discussion on homelessness.
Harry Allen was an outlaw of a different sort.
Here are some ways you can fight back against Islamophobia, racism and hate.
The math has been a little fuzzy, but what happened when Oregon and California adopted a new low-carbon fuel standard can offer a few clues.
In January, the University of Washington scrubbed its website of a program funded by the founders of Purdue Pharma.
While monitoring wildlife in the Washington wilderness, researcher Clint Robins found his athleticism was as important as his GRE score.
Lessons learned while attending Lakeside School and when I sent my own kids to college.
After years of battle, controversial zoning changes in 27 neighborhoods finally win approval.
Baso Fibonacci has created art next to Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct for 10 years. He puts on one more show as the demolition begins.
The Trump administration's lifting of restrictions on grazing in sage grouse habitat has excited ranchers and exasperated conservationists.
With a string of bad luck, including homelessness, Kamla Patton still finds a way to stay positive.
A community is urged to remain vigilant following the terrorist attack, which killed 50.
Cascades Volcano Observatory needs to build more monitoring stations — and as much as $55 million in federal dollars could go a long way.
In a recent brief conversation in her office, Jenny Durkan was optimistic about the years ahead.
Like the rest of the world, Seattle is battling its own conscience regarding MJ in light of the Leaving Neverland documentary.
The old Boeing used to be innovative and play the long game.
The state's new sliding-scale approach to funding parks and recreation makes new improvements attainable for underserved communities.
The political middle isn't always where you want to end up.
Trumpeter Samantha Boshnack, Mozart's violin sonatas, sculptural works of the mundane and other things to do.
The district was called "tone deaf" after a school principal sent parents an email suggesting children not fast on standardized testing days.