Mayor Durkan negotiated with downtown property owners who threatened to block the tax.
After being passed over for transportation director, military veteran and defense consultant Mike Worden will work on "mobility" during the "Seattle Squeeze."
In a blow to activists, the judges reversed a lower court ruling, 8-0.
If upheld, the decision means housekeepers and other staff won’t get panic buttons, healthcare subsidies.
As the state Legislature contemplates how it can help the emergent industry, the University of Washington lays the groundwork for a future workforce.
With a team on its way, recreational participation is on the rise and plans for more rinks are under way.
The Seattle Conservation Corps has been equipping homeless individuals with paid jobs in construction.
Sam Zimbabwe will face a stalled streetcar, a fledgling Move Seattle levy and the much-feared Period of Maximum Constraint.
Orca Task Force members are cautiously optimistic about Inslee's budget helping the Southern Residents.
It's not the largest addition to the governor's proposed revenue plan, but it's likely to cause the most fuss.