Possible program cancellations, cost increases and COVID restrictions add to the stress of applying and preparing to study overseas.
Local education leaders discuss how the pandemic and racial reckoning have affected schools — and how we can move forward.
Leaders in the fight against homelessness discuss how to address the crisis through introspection, lived expertise and an approach oriented toward dignity and healing.
Our reporting explains what an end to the landmark decision could mean for abortion access in Washington state, as well as policies on abortion pills, out-of-state travel and more.
Storm-related sewage spills dump about 93 million gallons of chemical discharge a year into Puget Sound.
A new Crosscut/Elway poll of likely voters finds wide gaps in perceptions of crime based on age, income and homeownership status.
Respondents named homelessness most often as the criterion used to evaluate the new mayor.
Kids in Washington soon won’t have to pay to use public buses and trains across the state in a new $3 billion transit plan.
In Seattle's historic Asian neighborhood, some say Sound Transit's $54 billion light rail expansion echoes harms of past infrastructure projects.
In particular, families of children with disabilities have long advocated for improved access to language interpreters at schools.
Tom Carpenter, who has kept tabs on one of the Earth's most contaminated spots, is retiring. But he's not leaving his watchdog work behind.
At issue is whether Bremerton School District or a football coach violated the First Amendment.
A new documentary spotlights efforts of the Yup’ik people of Alaska to relocate from their ancestral lands because of sea level rise.
Evidence suggests fraud in federal rent relief programs is rare. But in some states, fraud fears have kept tenants from getting help.
A new report from a Yakima-based trade group is the first step toward a more environmentally sustainable hop industry.