The local outlet's new documentary marks a step backwards in the public discussion on homelessness.
Seattle plans to redevelop Fort Lawton with 238 units of affordable housing and 21 acres of park space.
One policy gives priority access to new affordable housing. Another requires developers to replace units they tear down.
Business owners say Mandatory Housing Affordability will hurt their vision of creating a 'Pike Place Market North.' Councilmember Rob Johnson says it will help.
Housing Trust Silicon Valley could be a model for how Microsoft's affordable housing effort will operate. Here's how it's working there.
A new coalition wants homeowners to lease space to developers, tenants to offset skyrocketing property taxes.
In an effort to prevent displacement, the Seattle City Council will likely pause all development on the city's few mobile home parks.
O concrete behemoth, you will be missed.
During ‘Viadoom,’ Tacoma and Shoreline may get starring roles as Seattle.
First responders are planning "for armageddon, worst case scenario" when the Alaskan Way Viaduct closes for three weeks.
The mayor has directed all departments to allow more flexible work days, something many workers say has been a long time coming.
While the Highway 99 shutdown is scheduled to last three weeks, the council member wants to make free transit permanent.
Mayor Durkan negotiated with downtown property owners who threatened to block the tax.
Seattle growth took a breather in 2018, but the sense of urgency remains.
Despite the turbulence of recent years, we can make the power of the people felt for good in Seattle and King County.
The $11 million, 46-acre privately-owned parcel was slated to be developed with 57 homes.