Washington state's attorney general declared Monday that he was suing President Donald Trump over his temporary ban on immigration from seven countries with majority-Muslim populations.
By Phuong Lee, Associated Press
Seattle leaders have proposed new rules for retail and food-service businesses with hourly employees, including requiring them to schedule shifts two weeks in advance and compensate workers for some last-minute changes.
By Associated Press
SEATTLE -- The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear a challenge to Seattle's $15-an-hour minimum wage from franchise owners who say the law discriminates against them by treating them as large businesses.
In 2009, Jennifer Hopper and Teresa Butz were attacked and sexually assaulted in their home; Butz did not survive. In “While the City Slept,” Eli Sanders, a Pulitzer winner for his reporting on the case, examines the troubled life of…
By Corinne Segal
2,400 photographs by George Gulacsik tell the origin story of one of the most iconic structures in the U.S.: the Seattle Space Needle.
By Aileen Imperial, KCTS
The choir group is supported by Path with Art, a Seattle-based nonprofit with a mission to connect people recovering from homelessness, addiction and other trauma to arts programming.
By Joshua Barajas
From 12 hours Friday, Seattle-based KEXP will pay tribute to pop music’s favorite saxophone-wielding androgynous alien with an all-day broadcast that runs through David Bowie’s storied career.
By Martha Bellisle, Associated Press
SEATTLE — Longtime Democratic Rep. Jim McDermott of Washington state is retiring.
By Gene Johnson, Associated Press
SEATTLE -- Many voters don't have the money to donate to political candidates or don't care enough to bother. But what if the government gave them $100 to dole out as they saw fit?…
By Colleen Shalby
After 20 years and roughly 1 million pieces of gum later, Seattle's "Gum Wall" is getting scraped clean.
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