State dollars will take mental health services in a new direction with two projects: a psychiatric hospital near Northgate Mall and a proposed behavioral health center at Harborview.
A year after bold proclamations about "reimagining" policing and safety, some members say they need to refocus their efforts.
Maternal mortality rates are already much higher among Native people. The pandemic added another complication.
Despite no mandate from school districts or state officials, 30% of Washington children ages 12 to 15 have started the vaccination process.
Those who have been working from home during the pandemic have a decision to make, and it will have a profound impact on public transit in the region.
Months of COVID-19 lockdowns mean courts and prosecutors' offices face an overwhelming queue of cases.
While the Pfizer vaccine has proven difficult to manage in the past, tribes are now collaborating as they attempt to get students vaccinated.
The new law, which will take effect in fall 2022, was shaped in part by student lobbyists.
The big tourism business may give the city an economic boost, but it also reopens a clash between business and the environment.
Seattle will get $300 million in COVID relief funding over two years. Here are the city's priorities.
Top-down police oversight requirements and grassroots organizations demanding fundamental changes to policing put City Hall in the hot seat.
The state's new accountability laws might not have happened without the advocacy of people whose family members were killed by police.
Last year's BLM protests fueled major actions on police accountability, tax reform and environmental justice. But no one thinks the work is done.
A story posted to Reddit gave a man deported on a drug charge hope for reconnecting to his Washington state roots.
Creating paper from wheat waste gives forests a break — and harvesters a new revenue stream.
As the city council considers more police budget cuts, it must weigh the future of an embattled system intended to anticipate bad behavior.