The pandemic wrecked the economy. The protests shook the city's soul. Now Mayor Durkan is staring down a dire future.
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown one of the largest construction projects in Seattle history into financial crisis.
Seattle's 'Ramps to Nowhere,' built 50 years ago to feed an imagined expressway, are finally coming down.
The Elliott Bay Fishing Pier was a diverse hub where locals connected with surrounding nature. Will it ever come back?
Cross-laminated timber building could help fight climate change. But its threat to ecosystems could make it a mixed blessing.
Transplants vs. locals is the cultural permafrost always under Seattle's feet.
Post-war growth in 1920 Seattle came with a coldness toward newcomers. Some city boosters suggested a "thaw" was in order.
The Amazon CEO’s galactic ambition is worth taking seriously, but it shouldn't be space or bust.
As the historic public housing development takes a new form, some residents return while others stay away.
A new program will give "legacy businesses" assistance (but not cash).
If this is what it takes to secure a Section 8 housing voucher, it's no wonder voters are embracing socialism.
The public wants its representatives to act. These bills in Olympia could help.
The recent tragedy is but one act in a centuries-old drama.
I couldn't do everything to become an ethical citizen of my new home, but I could do something.
Suddenly Amazon and other corporate backers are willing to make a concession — but only to avoid a larger one.
A first for Seattle, new Central District apartment building reserves units for residents who've been pushed out.