Business and neighborhood groups call for 'wholesale reform' of Seattle's criminal justice system.
The city will now be without a true alternative weekly newspaper.
Plan would require driver education courses to teach merging — and test people on it, too.
Calls for street repairs are up dramatically, but fixes won't come quickly.
The family says this is retaliation for fighting redevelopment, while the City of SeaTac contends the owner hasn't paid rent on time.
The Community Police Commission is at odds with the Department of Justice and the City of Seattle.
The annual speech focused on students, ORCA cards and the "Seattle of the future."
After numerous cancellations and with more snow in the forecast, area schools are weighing options to make up the days.
The company reversed course on Thursday, citing opposition to its plan for a new headquarters in the city.
The Senate just passed a bill that would place a moratorium on developing an area rich in copper, and currently home to a thriving tourism industry.
Over his nearly ten years in office, O'Brien became one of the most controversial elected officials in the city.
Workers had the option to wait out the storm, but King County’s Meals on Wheels took to the streets anyway.
The government shutdown is over for now, but the problems for Washington’s small wineries are just getting started.
The push by legislators comes after four 'faithless electors' went rogue in 2016.
This is the second time The Muslim Association of Puget Sound has provided hotel rooms for the homeless encampment.