In her $213M library proposal, Mayor Durkan suggests eliminating fines. Data show the poorest areas stand to benefit most.
Fifteen cases of death from law enforcement are waiting to be addressed. The number is likely to rise.
Attorneys representing the long-time partner of Derek Hutchinson are demanding an inquest.
Olympia is reconsidering a law that treats teens who swap nude selfies as harshly as adults who deal in child pornography.
Big banks that took over smaller banks in the '80s claim they have no records of the customer's certificates of deposit.
The Community Police Commission is at odds with the Department of Justice and the City of Seattle.
The arrests by police are mostly for nonviolent crime.
Capital punishment has been struck down before, but has always returned. This time could be different.
A Trump administration lawsuit in Philadelphia could complicate Seattle's efforts to open places for people to use drugs.
After the city force shrunk by 41 officers last year, Mayor Durkan is scrambling to recruit with $15,000 bonuses.
Law enforcement is balking but a number of legislators in both parties think the law could be relaxed.
A new edition of a heralded book offers an intimate look at prison life. Scholar Dan Berger talks about its significance today.
In SeaTac, federal prison employees are worried about not only financial hardship, but how staff shortages could create a risk.
This is the largest settlement with an individual in the city's — and likely Washington state's — history.
While the state has led the way on numerous reforms to reduce incarceration rates, it must now change the way it sentences young adults.
The attorney general has surveyed 400 customers to bolster claims that the Bellevue-based thrift chain is misleading donors and consumers.