In her $213M library proposal, Mayor Durkan suggests eliminating fines. Data show the poorest areas stand to benefit most.
In January, the University of Washington scrubbed its website of a program funded by the founders of Purdue Pharma.
After years of battle, controversial zoning changes in 27 neighborhoods finally win approval.
A community is urged to remain vigilant following the terrorist attack, which killed 50.
The old Boeing used to be innovative and play the long game.
The district was called "tone deaf" after a school principal sent parents an email suggesting children not fast on standardized testing days.
Fifteen cases of death from law enforcement are waiting to be addressed. The number is likely to rise.
A Northwest News Network reporter says she quit because her male counterparts made "tens of thousands" more.
Attorneys representing the long-time partner of Derek Hutchinson are demanding an inquest.
News of a second cured HIV patient broke in Seattle this week. But Fred Hutch has been making its own significant progress.
Despite numerous cases in Washington state, opposition to mandatory vaccination remains fierce.
Big banks that took over smaller banks in the '80s claim they have no records of the customer's certificates of deposit.
Experts say the Washington governor's chances appear slim right now, but a lot can happen before the 2020 election.
"It’s kind of like a death in the family in a way.”
Seattle Weekly founder David Brewster reflects on the newspaper's legacy.
With at least four council members on their way out, the city has rarely seen as much upheaval as it will in 2020.