The club’s win in May set them on the road to Morocco as the first MLS team ever to compete in the prestigious event.
Agriculture is a fraught industry for descendants of enslaved people. Yes Farm is working to move beyond that trauma.
Doc Wilson's Peace Peloton started in Seattle as a single protest ride in 2020. Now it fights for social justice nationwide.
The iconoclastic leader, who coached the Cougars from 2011 to 2019, was a colorful character still remembered by fans and journalists for his impact.
Jane Gershovich has had a front-row seat to a turbulent decade for the Seattle pro women’s soccer team. Now she stands with them as they vie for a championship.
The professional women’s soccer team is vying for the first championship of its 10-year history.
A Q&A with Alison Mariella Désir about Running While Black and her new Crosscut/KCTS 9 series.
Local organizations with connections to the team are getting a fundraising boost from their postseason run.
As Seattle faces Houston in the ALDS, we touch base with the man who played Moose more than 30 years ago.
Hoopfest and Bloomsday put Spokane on the map. After two years of cancellations and virtual events, the city is again the place to be for hoopsters and runners statewide.
At issue is whether Bremerton School District or a football coach violated the First Amendment.
Fellow nurses train together in the Methow Valley, leading one of them to compete in the games.
With interest in snow sports on the rise, ski areas look for ways to remain sustainable and satisfy skiers
Sports arenas and stadiums have long been the site of major civic battles.
The NCAA's rule changes are a boon to some athletes, but limitations and hurdles are frustrating to some.
Climate Pledge Arena — and other professional sports destinations — should do more to make the experience affordable to everybody.