Director Thanh Tan's postwar experience led her to help refugees after the fall of Kabul and make a Crosscut docu-series about their plight.
Reporter Maleeha Syed talks about revisiting Washington's worst mass shooting without reopening wounds.
Seattle homeless outreach, child care and elder care workers are leaving for higher wages, making it harder to provide care for the city’s most vulnerable.
The Wei Wai Kum Nation uses Indigenous practices of eco-cultural restoration.
The Guardian Watchmen, a group of Wei Wai Kum First Nations citizens, use traditional methods to protect Vancouver Island's fragile ecosystems.
State lawmakers are considering an extension of the meal program, lowering the threshold for schools to offer free school meals to all students.
As climate change reveals the importance of urban trees, residents in a Tacoma neighborhood with sparse canopy coverage are breaking ground themselves.
Citing shrinking enrollment, the school district may close some elementaries — raising questions about who will bear the brunt of potential cuts.
These community centers, powered by green energy, provide resources during extreme weather and double as gathering spaces during calmer times.
The department is deprioritizing Eurocentric dance forms and opening courses to a wider array of students — no experience necessary.
Woodinville's Ruby Bridges Elementary is one of several dozen Washington schools working to better integrate special education students with their peers.
After years of lethal heat waves, Seattleites are embracing A/C as a necessity rather than a luxury.
Jordan Chavez, an 18-year-old from Yakima, considers the influence of family, culture and party politics as he votes for the first time.
A Q&A with Alison Mariella Désir about Running While Black and her new Crosscut/KCTS 9 series.
The accomplished actor, athlete and singer was an outspoken leftist, which made him a target of Cold War paranoia.
Learn about Seattle’s public Indigenous art, the country’s first distillery on reservation land and a housing project rooted in Native culture.