Correction: Hours after Crosscut reported that a detainee had died at the Northwest Detention Center, officials stated that he had been transported to a medical facility.
Sung Hong stole $20M from dozens of churchgoers. A letter from his mother gives some insight into why.
The tech giant appears to be staying put, but that doesn't mean it won't be using its newfound leverage to get what it wants.
The new deal means a pay increase for officers. Critics argue it waters down reform.
Mayor Jenny Durkan, police reform advocates and Big Soda have reason to celebrate.
Initiative 1639 will enact a suite of stricter gun control laws, including raised age limits for semi-automatic firearm buyers.
With more seats to work with, the party is positioned to move on environmental policy, health care and capital gains.
Up by 6 points, the Eastside doctor stopped short of declaring victory.
The City Council is set to vote on a new police contract next week, but a federal judge will have the last word.
At Temple De Hirsch Sinai, rabbi talks faith and politics.
As authorities process 84 arrests from the Barbie’s Dollhouse operation, the city defends its approach to addressing prostitution.