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.
From legalizing weed to protecting immigrants, Washington's governor has laid out an agenda he hopes will appeal to progressive voters.
The tension hinges on a controversial service provider and Durkan's pick to lead the homelessness response.
Experts say the Washington governor's chances appear slim right now, but a lot can happen before the 2020 election.
Opportunity Zones are meant to spur investment, but some worry it's a tax giveaway for the wealthy.
With at least four council members on their way out, the city has rarely seen as much upheaval as it will in 2020.
Washington's Legislature could implement the state's first carbon fee in 2030. Some say that's still too fast.
Business and neighborhood groups call for 'wholesale reform' of Seattle's criminal justice system.