Battling the blazes keeps getting more expensive, but it doesn't have to be this way.
New signs in local parks spark questions about who gets to design a neighborhood
Rather than selling off a big South Lake Union property, the city should make sure it's used for affordable housing.
It's hot outside, but toxic algae blooms have some wondering about swimming in local lakes.
Port of Seattle leaders asked if there was anything besides bathroom signs that posed a problem. The answer: TSA.
New Seattle-based startup Diana SportsTV could be a game-changer for women’s sports coverage.
The former Pittsburgh chief was a favorite with the selection committee, but a pariah with some rank and file.
Long dormant, the condo market finally shows signs of life. But who will be living in those towers?
Jenny Durkan was supposed to be the competent one, but flip-flops on the head tax and the police chief have burned energy and goodwill.
The city is considering a tax on downtown residents to pay for the final $200 million of its shiny new waterfront plan.
It took seven years for the department to make good on its promise to remove an officer safety advisory on Brendan Dunn's name.