Gregory Scruggs is a journalist based in Seattle. He is a coordinator of the Solutions Journalism Network Puget Sound Chapter.
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.
Washington's record number of avalanche deaths this season has cast a spotlight on the Northwest Avalanche Center.
A new group is advocating for backcountry skiers, who sometimes find access to the slopes challenging.
Sadie and Erik Bjornsen have had exciting experiences in Pyeonchang.
The Seattle area’s increases in home prices led the nation for the 13th straight month in November, the longest-ever such streak for real estate around Puget Sound. That meteoric rise has made it ever...
Nikkita Oliver, mayoral candidate of the People's Party of Seattle, speaks to hundreds during a rally for her on primary election night at Washington Hall in Seattle, Wash. on August 1, 2017.
Mayor Ed Murray speaks at the C40 Summit in Mexico City.
David "Shingy" Shing, who has been a marketer and "digital prophet" at AOL for almost a decade.