New study shows that Seattle's lack of new housing helped drive up rents for older buildings.
On Friday, DeRay McKesson presents his new book, "On the Other Side of Freedom: The Case for Hope," at Benaroya Hall.
Dominique Morisseau's Skeleton Crew, which looks at auto workers facing layoffs, premieres in Seattle at ArtsWest.
TV monitors at the Sea-Tac airport will display welcome messages, while refugee organizations will have special access to new arrivals.
Mossback finds the answer in an epic geologic journey with Nick Zentner (aka Nick on the Rocks).
A new study delves into the links between climate change, wildfires and human health.
The money for Safeco Field upgrades angers some housing advocates and tourism groups. But it's less than the team originally hoped.
A gruesome killing on rural Camano Island has locals worried their idyllic island life is slipping away. The killer is still on the loose.
The persistent lack of diversity she encountered in countless tech jobs pushed Trish Millines Dziko to take matters into her own hands.
“Women who are kind of pissed off” could be another big factor in who Washington state votes for.
After clinching the 2018 WNBA Championship, the Seattle Storm were feted with a victory parade on Sunday.
Seattle actor Sarah Harlett takes on Shakespeare’s timeless tyrant.
The downtown Seattle line could quadruple ridership, but cost $252 million.
For the third year in a row, wildlife managers have decided to kill wolves after conflicts with livestock in the remote Kettle River Range.
The mayors of Seattle and Vancouver, BC, say that West Coast states, British Columbia and their cities are leading the charge toward clean energy.
Washington state road crews will make large-scale improvements to roads to help promote fish survival.
Go inside while our host reads, watches movies and exercises inside a box filled with diesel exhaust.
Porter Fox travels from Maine to Blaine by canoe, foot and freighter in his new book Northland.
Performance artist Rachel Mars, Intiman's production of "Native Gardens" and Seattle Symphony's opening night are on the list.
A prominent law firm has been looking for complaints with an eye toward taking action over some customers' high bills.
A trip to Haida Gwaii, B.C. to escape the smoke unveils our hazy relationship with the wilderness.