This winter a Boeing 747 touched down in the rain at Paine Field in Everett. It’s a common sight around Seattle, but this time was different.
Sun Kim Khliu is one of an estimated 150 Cambodian refugees who have been detained.
In Washington’s Whatcom County, farmers have much to say about the urban-rural divide.
The murder case is almost a half-century old — the 49th anniversary is approaching this month — and investigators have determined who did it and why.
During the past year Crosscut’s staff photographer Matt M. McKnight and our team of freelance photographers bore witness to many of the news events that shape our city and region.
Jammed between the cars, buses, bikes, taxis and pedestrians around Westlake Center stands a black Herculean draft horse waiting to pull a white Cinderella-like carriage.
They’re not the sort of couple one is likely to encounter in many parts of the country, yet dozens of Washington state residents have witnessed Aneelah Afzali and Rev.
Kenmore's charismatic mayor, David Baker, has a side gig as an Uber driver. He uses the time to find out what people care about and to let his mind roam.
Seattle Police Department shoots pepper spray at George P. Hickey during an ongoing WTO protest in Seattle during 1999.
The sphere was a popular backdrop for photos and selfies. (Courtesy of Kenan Block)