Gregory Scruggs is a journalist based in Seattle. He is a coordinator of the Solutions Journalism Network Puget Sound Chapter.
The big tourism business may give the city an economic boost, but it also reopens a clash between business and the environment.
Voters may not be thinking about infrastructure when they fill out their ballots, but the election will determine how many federal dollars come to Washington.
From restaurants to shellfish farmers, the outbreak is already hurting the state's economy.
As the company pledges another $250 million, a look at how its first $500 million has played out.
Voters gutted transportation budgets statewide in this year's election, but supporters of the effort to ease transit between Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, B.C., see a path forward.
The U.S. and Canada are renegotiating a 60-year-old treaty that dictates usage rights for the river.
The project will dramatically increase tanker traffic in the Salish Sea, and with it the risk of a major spill.
As countries vie for resources and shipping lanes, the U.S. has commissioned a new ice breaker. It could call Puget Sound home.
Once a victory for advocates trying to preserve the Central District’s Black identity, proposals now show a different design at 23rd and Union.
Should drivers pay to clog downtown Seattle’s streets? Yes, but much better if they leave the vehicles elsewhere.