A Q&A with the Pulitizer Prize-winning author who focused his newest book "Islandborn" on a child's immigrant experience.
Amid warnings of a power grab, the King County Council took more authority over the arts-funding agency.
To fix Seattle's homelessness crisis, we need big solutions that will include more revenue.
Known as eBay for rental housing, many people are torn on whether sites like RentBerry.com do more harm or good in growing cities.
Social worker Denise Malm's newest agenda is keeping her elderly clients out of homelessness.
I’m worried we’re at risk of enacting some of the same broken policies I left behind in California.
A new NOAA report shows that ocean conditions seem to be returning to normal.
As it struggles with a homelessness crisis, Seattle must now find a new leader to deal with the issue.
Some university researchers have passed a major hurdle in their quest to unionize
Even with Democrats in charge of the Legislature, environmentalists struggled on climate, clean water and orca protection.
The prominent immigrant-rights activist faced her first deportation hearing in Seattle on Thursday.
Customers say Legend Solar took money for solar panels that were never delivered.
They’re from different communities, but high school students all over Washington joined in the national walkout
A birding festival, Seattle’s grand vaudeville showcase and the Paula Boggs Band.
The Nature Conservancy is trying to figure it out how to bring back forests that once dominated our coast.
As they prepare to join in a nationwide mass walkout today in support of gun reform, three University Prep High School students talked about their role in the youth movement.
You too can move to a nice urban neighborhood — in a suburb.
Chief Seattle has been treated as a symbol but he actually played an active role in shaping the city.
City dwellers need to understand that farmers are concerned about their workers and the environment too.
Democrats had full control of the Legislature and the Governor’s Office. So what did they do with that power?
The Seattle Public School Board needs to slow down and engage communities before replacing Superintendent Larry Nyland.