The runner and former Bronxite journeys west and connects with BIPOC who are reclaiming outdoor spaces.
State lawmakers use the projections to parse funds for schools, prisons, parks and social services. But will the economic dip affect their blueprint?
After the tragedy at Ingraham High School, thousands of students across Seattle rallied for mental health support and stricter gun control measures.
Some conservative voters stayed home in Eastern WA, even as competitive races on the west side boosted Democrats.
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Remembering trumpeter, teacher and composer Frank Waldron, a trailblazer in the 1920s Jackson Street music scene.
Plus, a feast of Indigenous exhibits and pop-up markets during Native American Heritage Month.
A proposal from Washington's Public Works Board would limit the power of private companies' objections to stall public broadband projects.
California investors hope to strike it rich by building a huge crypto operation in the remote town of Usk. But the community isn't so sure.
As the midterms draw to a close, two strategists and an elected leader discuss how our two major parties gain — and wield — political control.
This year, St. James Cathedral's annual Mass marked a grim record: the highest number of deaths in the tradition's 20-year history.
The majority of national polls predicted that the most contentious races were going to be close. And boy, were they.
Though protesters forced a change of venue, families say the YWCA event — which involves drag queens reading books to children — was a success.
The Canadian artist created landscapes unlike her contemporaries’, intuiting the web of life beneath the canopy and putting it on canvas.
Who calls each race? Why do results take so long? And what is the consensus on potato pizza?
Abortion providers predicted Roe’s reversal would cause an influx of out-of-state patients. New data and clinic reports show they were right.
With smoke in the PNW popping up more frequently and sticking around longer, even people who aren't part of 'sensitive' groups are feeling its impacts.
In a big win for Democrats, Marie Gluesenkamp Perez has won the hotly contested southwest Washington seat for U.S. Congress.
Coming atop an expected $141M shortfall, the additional deficit — caused by inflation and interest rates — will likely put some transportation projects on hold.
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Meet the painter from British Columbia who evoked the 'liveness' of the Pacific Northwest's forests.
The pediatrician from Sammamish defeated her Republican challenger, 52% to 48%, The Associated Press declared on Thursday.
After a tight race, Steve Hobbs will complete Kim Wyman's term and lead the state election office through 2024.