Part one of our series looking at neighborhoods that might not be neighborhoods.
A team of researchers assessing the effects of Seattle’s new minimum wage say it’s helped a little.
The secretly negotiated contract was a mixed bag, in terms of reform.
Bill caps renters’ move-in costs; plus, a study confirms rents are high and landlords discriminate.
See scenes from the large gathering protesting the killing of black people by police.
Neighborhood activists say they can’t afford better outreach, like translated materials.
A ban on source-of-income discrimination and a cap on move-in fees make their way through Council.
The King County Metropolitan Council has taken strong steps to insulate wealthy communities from marijuana, leaving poor minority neighborhoods to pick up the slack.
Even when the thing is a parking lot, Uber drivers seem magnetically drawn to the interstate.