David Kroman is formerly a reporter at Crosscut, where he covered city politics. In addition to Crosscut, his work has appeared in The Seattle Times, CityLab, High Country News, Seattle Magazine and elsewhere.
Police have stepped back from engaging in mental health crises, meaning families sometimes wait weeks for a response.
Mayor-elect Bruce Harrell will face a renewed conversation on zoning in the city.
Ann Davison won her race to be Seattle's top lawyer, while Sara Nelson and Teresa Mosqueda won their races for city council.
If the results hold, this election will represent a major setback for the growing numbers of people in Seattle calling for a radical rethinking of criminal justice in the city.
In city council contests, Sara Nelson and Teresa Mosqueda to win their races.
Results in city council and mayor’s races will indicate how voters want the city to handle some of its hardest issues.
As city council members, Lorena González and Bruce Harrell frequently voted on the same side, except on a few key issues.
The first televised debate of the candidates for Seattle mayor focused heavily on homelessness, despite the planned topics of business and the economy.
The office’s civil division is its largest, and the next city attorney will have her hands full.
Ann Davison and Nicole Thomas-Kennedy present widely varying visions for Seattle criminal justice system.