In her $213M library proposal, Mayor Durkan suggests eliminating fines. Data show the poorest areas stand to benefit most.
The math has been a little fuzzy, but what happened when Oregon and California adopted a new low-carbon fuel standard can offer a few clues.
After years of battle, controversial zoning changes in 27 neighborhoods finally win approval.
In a recent brief conversation in her office, Jenny Durkan was optimistic about the years ahead.
The political middle isn't always where you want to end up.
Fifteen cases of death from law enforcement are waiting to be addressed. The number is likely to rise.
Following a U.S. Supreme Court decision, the Washington Legislature must find the funding to rebuild the salmon-blocking structures.
To reach customers, makers of Washington spirits say they need more tasting rooms and fewer serving limits.
With more money and added pressure to get the census right, Mayor Jenny Durkan's task force says it will focus on immigrants and other vulnerable populations.
Some party members worry that using caucus meetings to help choose a presidential nominee excludes too many people.
What Jay Inslee can learn from former Sen. Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson, who mounted his own presidential run.
Despite numerous cases in Washington state, opposition to mandatory vaccination remains fierce.
Seattle plans to redevelop Fort Lawton with 238 units of affordable housing and 21 acres of park space.
Don't laugh: With good moves so far, a President Inslee might just be possible.
Olympia is reconsidering a law that treats teens who swap nude selfies as harshly as adults who deal in child pornography.
Republicans and Democrats need to find ways to work together to the benefit of both parties constituents.