For the Eastern Washington town of Republic, dreams of revival rest on a new approach to gold mining.
Two looks at the statewide measure that would ban new local retail taxes or fees on foods and beverages.
"Instead of each of us in our own little box struggling with our problems, there’s people saying 'oh I have that problem too.' There’s support."
The latest attempt to rein in Washington polluters has a 14-point lead, despite big-money foes.
When a ship owner's dreams die, the vessel may end up as a pollution source. DNR want to to spur cleanups and rural jobs.
Facing limited housing options and an unhelpful bureaucracy, one tenant has little choice but to stay in a rodent-infested apartment.
The socialist council member wants to expand the Pike Place Market historic preservation district to save the beloved venue.
Bill Gates first introduced the idea for a levy on robots that replace human employees. Seattle should consider it.
As growth squeezes Seattle's waterfront, maritime industries and its workers do their best to hold on.
Incomes for single mother-led households are flat or falling as other families see gains.
A long-awaited airstrip of sorts will arrive in late May, as a new Seattle-Vancouver, B.C. flight takes off.