To fix Seattle's homelessness crisis, we need big solutions that will include more revenue.
Social worker Denise Malm's newest agenda is keeping her elderly clients out of homelessness.
As it struggles with a homelessness crisis, Seattle must now find a new leader to deal with the issue.
Seattle needs to bake a bigger housing pie, not slice it up with rules and fees that fail to create affordability.
It's a $75M idea and under new Seattle leaders it could have a better chance of passing.
I work at a Seattle women's shelter whose funding relies on a local government that ignores our feedback and is out of touch.
Fewer Section 8 holders in Seattle and King County are securing housing before their vouchers expire.
Mike Burns was one of some 30 people who was swept out of a homeless encampment in South Seattle on June 1, 2017. He lives out of his RV, which is too old to be accepted by area RV parks.
Seattle media organizations will focus on homelessness on June 28. (Matt M. McKnight/Cascade Public Media)
A man gets water at one of the Tacoma encampments where water and portable toilets are being provided as the city gets ready to move residents.
Daniel Kisch has been living in a homeless RV encampment in South Seattle. It was swept out by authorities on June 1, 2017.