Current and former staffers say morale is low at the watchdog agency. But that doesn’t mean they’re giving up.
The Garfield teacher used a $100,000 settlement over police use of force to establish a scholarship fund.
For years science has been attacked from the right. Now it’s getting hit from the left.
A City Council resolution calls for Puget Sound Energy to stop using coal by 2025.
In December, three hotel associations sued over I-124. A ruling released Friday keeps it intact.
Ward faces prison time for shutting down a pipeline. He says it’s time to end “incremental thinking.”
Seattle will see a 92 percent eclipse of the sun in August. That’s not enough, totality buffs say.
One thing’s for sure: Seattle has a lot of pro-labor candidates. But some slight differences emerged.
350 Seattle immediately urges Governor Inslee to lead a “Power Past Paris” bloc of climate-friendly states.
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor says threats came after she criticized Donald Trump during a recent commencement address.
The move will leave the House Democrats’ slim majority a bit slimmer.
The County reaffirms its commitment to immigrants and refugees and is unlikely to lose funding.
$100,000 raised in a single week and other fun facts about Seattle’s mayoral candidates.
Ferguson and other Democratic attorneys general continue to fight a Trump agenda.
The program, launched by ReachNow, is designed to make car-sharing greener and electric cars more accessible.
“We will fight this to the end.”
The Tacoma City Council makes moves post-Trump.
And more than two dozen were arrested during an anti-pipeline action Monday.
It’s the only way to escape gridlock. But is it worth it?
“An Injury to Juan Is an Injury to Al.”