Without any new revenue, the budget proceeded more quietly this year than last.
A city office calculated how many affordable apartments could have been built if the citywide MHA program wasn't on hold.
A grassroots group has a plan to make sidewalk-less streets safer for walking. The city might make it official.
As the dust settles after last week's election... where both parties should go from here nationally and in Washington state.
The tech giant appears to be staying put, but that doesn't mean it won't be using its newfound leverage to get what it wants.
A lesson learned in Seattle: Amazon is not going to ask anyone to take on 50,000 new workers at once.
An earnest and cheeky new show at the Frye prompted by the 2016 Presidential election.
The contract continues police reforms and sets the city up for further progress.
Police deserve a raise but the council should reject the deal it’s been presented.
Cementing control of the U.S. Senate was big for Republicans but losing King County hurts them in Olympia.
At a press conference Thursday, ACLU and others charged that the contract would roll back progress on officer accountability.