The idea of airships delivering provisions to the 1897 Alaskan gold fields gave rise to global sightings of fantastical flying machines.
Seattle's 'Ramps to Nowhere,' built 50 years ago to feed an imagined expressway, are finally coming down.
Coronavirus has scooter, moped and motorcycle enthusiasts rolling with caution.
The federal stimulus will help, but we'll need more creative funding approaches to save the transit system.
In the state's next budget, lawmakers should invest in projects that help us walk, roll, and bike — not drive.
Leaders in Olympia acknowledge their proposed solutions are only temporary ones, however.
In a new Crosscut/Elway Poll, 31% of respondents said homelessness is the top issue facing the state Legislature in 2020, a 10-point increase from 2019.
Officials must comply with a subpoena for documents related to the waterfront, streetcar and other projects by next week.
Everywhere I went in 2019, I found myself missing a piece of the city.
The governor's 2020 supplemental budget proposes pulling $319 million from a state emergency fund to pay for housing and homelessness services in Washington state.
The latest deaths on Aurora Avenue should have Seattle thinking differently about car culture.
Accused of dishonest dealings and mired in debt, the frequent sponsor of anti-tax ballot measures says he wants to take on a new role in Washington state politics.
Crosscut Central Washington reporter Emily McCarty tells us what she found in rural, conservative Garfield County where seniors could lose critical transportation in the wake of I-976.
If Initiative 976 survives the courts, it will mean cuts to bus hours and, possibly, staff.