Housing vouchers and guaranteed income could transform our city and help suffering citizens get housed.
Allow the market to build way more housing — and build way more outside the market.
Recent incidents in the region and a secession movement in Oregon show the Civil War era and its divisions still echo in the Northwest.
One of the most challenging moments of my life taught me resilience. We need that now more than ever.
Wildfires don’t affect only the drier, eastern part of the state. The densely populated west side is also vulnerable to burns.
Some advice to King County on choosing its next sheriff, and the next director of the Office of Law Enforcement Oversight.
The climate crisis has added new urgency to an ambitious idea.
Poor outcomes and disproportionate impacts on kids of color have propelled a once-fringe idea into the mainstream in Washington state.
If a hot market combined with regulations is driving mom and pop landlords to sell, there may be little we can or should do about it.
Vancouver’s Expo ’86 was the last time North America hosted a world’s fair. Here’s what made it a golden moment.
The case, brought by five Black officers, exposes a troubling hallmark of campus life.
COVID-19 turned businesses and cultural institutions into vital community gathering places. In the post-pandemic era, we should keep it up.
When property rights are pitted against housing as a human right, things get messy.
Unidentified aerial phenomena and ancient hominids are in the news. Both have a rich history in the Pacific Northwest.
News of a Seattle police officer being killed while helping a motorist should remind us of our shared humanity.
Seattle’s Lambert House is a lifeline for LGBTQ+ kids looking for in-person community. For the second year in a row, they'll have to celebrate remotely.