On the 50th anniversary of the rock legend’s death, a plea for a new way to honor his legacy.
Mayor Durkan said reimagining public safety is just one part of a bigger evolution the city must make to combat inequities.
A fence around state-owned property on Lake Union implies that the city has been paying for exclusive access. It hasn't.
A local cash payment program, with no strings attached, could demonstrate the idea's worth for the rest of the country.
Beyond coronavirus exposure and making rent, service workers are likely coping with long-lasting mental health effects.
The New York Times columnist writes about how nature defines Seattle and the stories we tell.
Eyman has been distributing fake petitions, which leaders of the recall campaign worry will hurt their ability to get valid signatures.
In the 1970s, popular anger threatened to topple Mayor Wes Uhlman — not once, but three times.
Fewer riders and lower fare collection are just part of the financial challenge for transportation during the pandemic.
The sudden exit of Seattle’s first Black female chief exposes complex generational and racial divides.
Collected off the streets during protests, blast balls and rubber bullets get a rare artistic and journalistic treatment.
After painting the “I” in the city’s BLM street mural, Teddy “Stat” Phillips is using his artwork to call for defunding SPD.
Pros at pivoting, choreographers are getting creative during coronavirus.
The pivot from apparel to protection has been a lifeline for some local creators.
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Opera singer Stephen Wall went from teaching on Zoom to performing on his east Ballard lawn.
Subverting the law to uphold it is nothing new for Seattle’s 'troops.'