A radical act of creating an arts space in a gentrified Seattle neighborhood.
The provocative program spotlights a ‘darkened corner of Seattle’s criminal justice system.’
A proposal currently before the school board relies on a new idea to close the opportunity gap for all marginalized students. Not everyone is on board.
Addressing service providers, Chief Best talks the intersection of police and homelessness.
The trees are causing spring's first wave of high pollen — and Seattle's unusually warm, sunny weather is making it worse.
This week the city paved the way for 6,000 new affordable homes. They’ll need to greenlight 14,000 more to meet their goal.
In her $213M library proposal, Mayor Durkan suggests eliminating fines. Data show the poorest areas stand to benefit most.
After years of battle, controversial zoning changes in 27 neighborhoods finally win approval.
Baso Fibonacci has created art next to Seattle's Alaskan Way Viaduct for 10 years. He puts on one more show as the demolition begins.
With a string of bad luck, including homelessness, Kamla Patton still finds a way to stay positive.
A community is urged to remain vigilant following the terrorist attack, which killed 50.
In a recent brief conversation in her office, Jenny Durkan was optimistic about the years ahead.
Like the rest of the world, Seattle is battling its own conscience regarding MJ in light of the Leaving Neverland documentary.
The old Boeing used to be innovative and play the long game.
Tucked away on a U District sidestreet, SoundBio Lab caters to anyone who wants to experiment with molecular biology.
If we really believed in racial and social justice in this city, we'd try to save the Life Enrichment Bookstore, or LEMS.