Progressive candidates are going to have a hard time winning in Seattle unless city elections switch to even years.
Though Seattle's political boundaries will be slightly different in 2023, the political outcomes likely won't change.
The good folks over at the Seattle Times managed to get their paws on Spotify Wrapped data for the entire city and Ms. Taylor ...
Clyde Petersen talks about the just-finished Your Heart Breaks record and returning to the stage after nearly three years.
There's now a winter weather advisory in place from 10 am today through tomorrow morning, with two more inches of snow ...
BREAKING: A federal jury has found Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes guilty of seditious conspiracy. He was convicted for ...
Seattle Times columnist Danny Westneat agrees with Mayor Bruce Harrell. The "crime wave" is finally breaking. And, as a ...
From March 4-5, the Crocodile will be host to Freakout Weekender, a truncated version of the beloved autumn festival. Packed ...
Sawant called out council members for failing the working class even after some were swept into office on an anti-corporate ...
After explosive allegations of wage theft, sexual harassment, and faking the funk came out last year, the formerly lauded ...
NAAM needs the money to make extensive repairs before reopening, but the cop's advertising budget is apparently just too ...
Senate Democrats have just a few weeks to pass a law that would let weed businesses access national banks and reduce their ...