"I'd rather be in hell, than on the chain gang."
In a rally, the Seattle council member unveiled three proposals to raise $48 million for public housing in next year’s budget.
Inspired by a Los Angeles project, Councilmember Mosqueda wants to take a public health approach to the ongoing crisis.
Owing as little as $10 can get you evicted.
The majority of homeless are unemployed, displaced and depressed — not people who will misuse a gift.
Seattle's LEAD diversion program expected to expand to Burien and other south King County cities.
The homelessness crisis is proving immensely expensive to solve. But, a reader asks, what's the price tag on the alternative?
Facing limited housing options and an unhelpful bureaucracy, one tenant has little choice but to stay in a rodent-infested apartment.
Mayor Durkan has resurfaced an idea that SPD tried to implement years ago and it has some advocates feeling frustrated.
Funding stadium improvements for the Mariners is a bad deal in our housing crisis.
A crisis festers while family members who care for neglected kids receive little support from the state.