Incumbent Pete Holmes is gunning for a fourth term, but first must get through challengers from the left and the right.
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Northwest Indian College’s program has the ultimate goal of creating a solar microgrid so both the campus and the Lummi reservation it resides on are energy independent.
El programa de Northwest Indian College se propone crear una microrred solar para que el campus, y la reserva Lummi en la cual está ubicado, consigan la independencia energética.
Studying from their homes abroad meant dealing with time-zone differences, social isolation and a very strange year.
The comprehensive Kinsey collection celebrates achievements and contributions of Black Americans from 1595 to the present.
A medal-worthy arts road trip to Port Townsend, Port Angeles and the land of the “strong people.”
Some parts of Washington have so far avoided smoky air. But that could change. Here’s what you can do to be ready.
Sen. Chris Murphy discusses the origins of gun violence in the U.S. and how the debate around this may be changing.
With COVID-19 surging, state, local and federal health officials have issued new masking recommendations for vaccinated people.
Plus, a closer look at some of the concerned statements made by police chiefs and sheriffs.
Could Seattle become like Vienna and house everyone affordably?
Both Lorena González and Bruce Harrell come with City Hall baggage.
Pessimism rose despite more residents saying they’re likely to get vaccinated, a new Crosscut/Elway Poll finds.
Air conditioning is rare in Seattle, but if we want to breathe indoors amid hotter, smokier summers, we’ll have to take action — soon.
We’re sending your questions directly to candidates.
Now, legislators think they have a fix to bring the public-option law they passed two years ago to every county.
A Rainier Beach nonprofit took action when schools went remote and students suddenly didn’t have access to lunches anymore.
With Seattle’s power supply in the balance, tribes and activists are demanding changes to how Seattle City Light’s dams are run.
Some of our most beloved outdoor places serve as reminders of injustices committed against indigenous communities. Does changing the name make a difference?
Algunos de nuestros espacios naturales más apreciados recuerdan las injusticias cometidas contra las comunidades indígenas. ¿Haría una diferencia cambiar esos nombres?
Plus, the return of outdoor concerts — including a free show by Digable Planets — and Pilchuck Glass School turns 50.