New study shows that Seattle's lack of new housing helped drive up rents for older buildings.
The money for Safeco Field upgrades angers some housing advocates and tourism groups. But it's less than the team originally hoped.
“Women who are kind of pissed off” could be another big factor in who Washington state votes for.
The downtown Seattle line could quadruple ridership, but cost $252 million.
A prominent law firm has been looking for complaints with an eye toward taking action over some customers' high bills.
Seattle's LEAD diversion program expected to expand to Burien and other south King County cities.
In the contest between Kim Schrier and Dino Rossi, both parties have reason for hope.
The City could learn something about efficiency from King County.
Who's appealing their property assessments in King County? Mostly the wealthy and corporations.
The former mayor and City Council member has done many things, but his lasting legacy may be paving Seattle's path toward universal preschool.
Activists say detainees in Tacoma have been threatened with force-feeding.