Mayor Victoria Woodards' high ambitions take aim at more than problems with policing.
Climate Pledge Arena — and other professional sports destinations — should do more to make the experience affordable to everybody.
These creatures are at the core of our region's identity. Without them, 'we'd be just like everywhere else.'
Celebration broke out on Armistice Day, and city residents seized their freedom, but at a cost.
To grow into a truly mass movement, the left must figure out how to sustain mass participation between elections.
The only Republican in a statewide seat is joining the Biden administration. Here’s what our governor should consider when replacing her.
Climate preparedness planning must be guided by those who face the most acute risks.
Fixing potholes used to define a good mayor. In today's divided city, the challenges ahead are far more significant.
King County voters elect port commissioners, but the impacts of the job are felt in communities throughout Washington state.
'Extreme Takeover' or 'Class War'? Two opposing stories vie for our votes.
Once cast as an obstacle to a more modern Seattle, the downtown destination has become the kind of multi-layered urban environment we strive for.
As Washington state legislators consider building more highways, a new tool could help them understand the impact of their efforts.
To address the polarizing issue of crime and public safety, the Seattle Public Safety Survey needs your participation.
Critics of Nicole Thomas-Kennedy will invoke a rise in crime to thwart her transformative candidacy. Don’t buy it.
The city’s relationship with police is already damaged. If Ann Davison isn't elected, it will get way worse.
In the U.S., spending on social goods has increased even as the safety net has crumbled. This spells problems for capitalism.