Service providers are seeing positive results with a program that could soon be used with other populations.
All of the homelessness coverage from today's citywide media collaboration.
After first leaving her off the list of finalists, Mayor Jenny Durkan completes a stunning reversal by selecting the interim chief to lead the city's police department.
Rather than selling off a big South Lake Union property, the city should make sure it's used for affordable housing.
The chaos unfolding at the U.S. border is taking a mental toll on African nationals who have fled their own countries.
Evergreen President George Bridges is up against low student enrollment and budget cuts.
Port of Seattle leaders asked if there was anything besides bathroom signs that posed a problem. The answer: TSA.
VIDEO: Yolany Padilla, one of 55 parents detained in Washington, was the first parent to be released and reunited with her 6-year-old son.
Does faith-based health care have a future in a historically unreligious Washington state?
Seattle's Carmen Best was a crowd favorite despite having to answer for the department's past issues.
Things were looking so good for Democrats, but recent developments suggest the blue wave is shrinking.