Where the Ship Canal Water Quality Project was once believed to cost around $423 million, it will now cost $570 million.
15 years later, Seattle firefighters still think their station is giving them cancer.
When Emerge Washington began, they had no idea they were part of a national wave of female candidates across the country.
There's a way to begin dealing with the health effects of unsheltered homelessness: Have shelter available by next winter.
Local businesses and economic development groups exceeded their goal of $300,000 in just 30 hours.
Open-space advocates are hoping to save property from being turned into a housing development.
Several Peoples Party members support attorney Daron Morris for King County prosecutor.
Oh, look: There’s incivility in Seattle.
Some 4,500 student employees at the University of Washington stage a one-day strike.
Seattle is going backward — not forward — on pedestrian safety and related issues.
After months of contentious debate, City Council unanimously approves a scaled-down tax on largest employers.