Here are the stories that shaped Washington state this year.
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A look back at the city's history shows this form of citizen impeachment rarely settles anything.
Mayor-elect Bruce Harrell will face a renewed conversation on zoning in the city.
When we published our September poll, some said it couldn't possibly be accurate. Turns out, it was pretty close.
Ann Davison won her race to be Seattle's top lawyer, while Sara Nelson and Teresa Mosqueda won their races for city council.
Fixing potholes used to define a good mayor. In today's divided city, the challenges ahead are far more significant.
Most of the ballots have been counted for Nov. 2 elections in Seattle and King County. Seattle has a new mayor, Bruce Harrell.
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.
In the Nov. 2 election, Incumbent King County Councilmember Kathy Lambert lost to challenger Sarah Perry, while County Executive Dow Constantine won a fourth term.
Results in city council and mayor’s races will indicate how voters want the city to handle some of its hardest issues.
King County voters will choose their next executive and five county council members.
In a televised debate focused on public safety, Bruce Harrell pressed for more officers while Lorena González touted alternatives to traditional policing.
Seattle mayoral candidates debate public health and safety tonight at 7. You can watch the debate here.
'Extreme Takeover' or 'Class War'? Two opposing stories vie for our votes.
Not sure who you’re voting for in Seattle and King County elections? A voter guide from a nonprofit newsroom might be what you’re looking for.