Social unrest, shattered glass and spilled blood have always been a part of the Seattle region's history
“If we get it and die from coronavirus fighting for people’s rights, we’re OK with that,” one protester said.
The states join 26 others to argue the president's plan increases public health risks and violates the federal Clean Air Act.
Political experts say the outside agitator trope has roots in the civil rights movement.
Despite facing an uncertain future, keepers are finding new ways to connect to animals and the public.
From restaurant vouchers to universal basic income, here are some ideas for jump-starting our economic recovery.
The governor expressed disgust over recent actions against protesters in the nation's capital, said that police actions in Washington “need to be reviewed.”
Few in-state options means some parents must choose between the health of their kids and being with them.
Alongside other communities of color, we worked to pass a law making it easier to prosecute violent police officers.
The biggest public construction project in Seattle history should have built homes, schools and parks.
Coronavirus concerns will have firefighters living differently and likely doing less.
Some counties have salons and restaurants opening, while others are still waiting.
Courting voters on Zoom, making ice cream on Facebook Live — candidates get creative to try to win your vote.
J.J. Hastings came off the grid into a pandemic. Stranded in Washington, she started swabbing for the virus.
Reporter David Kroman discusses the impacts of widespread need, the government's response and a possible new era of empathy.