From fine dining to a drive-thru bagel shop and even a community college, the landmark restaurant found that turning toward each other was most important.
Could Seattle become like Vienna and house everyone affordably?
Both Lorena González and Bruce Harrell come with City Hall baggage.
Air conditioning is rare in Seattle, but if we want to breathe indoors amid hotter, smokier summers, we’ll have to take action — soon.
A Rainier Beach nonprofit took action when schools went remote and students suddenly didn’t have access to lunches anymore.
With Seattle’s power supply in the balance, tribes and activists are demanding changes to how Seattle City Light’s dams are run.
How nonprofit WA BLOC and BIPOC restaurant owners used home cooked meals as a method of resilience.
This guide won't tell you who to vote for, but it will help you find the candidates that best represent your needs and interests.
During the upheaval of the pandemic, Wes Yoo found himself turning to the food he grew up with.
Some parent groups are trying to find ways to redistribute both monetary donations and “sweat equity” between affluent and high-poverty schools.
As the world reopens, a few community members are still putting their bodies on the line for science in UW research for another vaccine.
Grumpy, agitated, or embarrassed voters do not favor the status quo. They vote for change.
With a departing mayor and low approval ratings for the city council, expectations are high for a change election. It's not clear that will happen.
We check in with the creators of the most visible artistic symbol of last summer’s protests.
The department's inability to change over the past year has shown that its problems are hardwired into policing, and reform is not working.
Confronting modern policing’s roots in medieval England and American slavery will do more to make us all safer.