In other cities, congestion pricing has improved traffic and increased transit revenue. But equity concerns remain.
A new fund will let cities and counties keep $51M in sales tax revenue for low-income housing construction and maintenance.
As new UW research probes the reasons for smartphone abuse, residents are looking for help from both within and at a Fall City treatment center — the first of its kind in the country.
The state is reportedly the first in the nation to provide long-term care insurance, which will pay for up to a year of nursing care for the old and infirm.
Folklife Festival, SIFF picks, bootleggers, jitterbuggers and other cultural happenings.
The flights were banned from Boeing Field by county government. Could the same happen in Central Washington?
The amendment was approved following a false story told by Sen. Tim Sheldon of an abduction in Mexico, implicating financial disclosure forms.
Can question cards bypass small talk and cultivate meaningful interactions?
VIDEO: A closer look at three famous hoaxes that shook up the region.
Washington has fought to protect abortion rights before, and it needs to again.
Chief Technology Officer Saad Bashir is making good on his promise to 'question and simplify every internal IT process.'
Former Gov. Dan Evans is still championing the environment and inspiring some within his party.
With The Last 6,000 project, 'tree librarians' are hoping to document and save Seattle's vulnerable canopy.
Tribal nations' efforts to force the U.S. to honor treaty rights could bolster environmental protections.
Should we really be putting kids in gun free zones — and advertising it?
Gore-tex meets Gucci in new shows at MOHAI and MoPOP.
State treasurers are the latest group asking that Congress allow marijuana businesses to use bank accounts in states where sales are legal.
New aerial drone photography shows ailing Southern Resident Killer Whale J17 in dire straits.
In the last three weeks, Municipal Court Judge Ed McKenna has been removed from 10 times as many cases as all six of his colleagues.
When turbines gets too old, something has to happen with all its parts. Much of it ends up in landfills.
A collaborative union-employer program helps hospitals, patients and those who hope to serve them as nurses.