City leaders are pushing for a permanent fix to the problem of maintaining and expanding the park system, but some worry the solution headed to the ballot could be like handing the city a blank check.
City leaders are trying to rein in a recent construction trend that puts big, multi-story homes on undersized lots.
To the sound of cheers, a fossilized mammoth tusk found in a Seattle construction site has been retrieved from a 30-foot-deep pit in downtown Seattle, and it's on its way to the Burke Museum.
A 26-year-old woman was taken to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening injuries Tuesday evening after being hit by a car while crossing Denny Way, according to the Seattle Police Department.
An extremely rare piece of history was discovered this week in a South Lake Union construction site.
A man with multiple gunshot wounds was found wandering along Interstate 5 in Seattle overnight near the Mercer Street ramp.
Mayor Ed Murray held a first-ever summit on police reforms and says the meeting led to a breakthrough agreement on how to move forward.
Kids may be getting mixed messages about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, now that voters in Washington State have decriminalized pot for adults and privatized liquor.
A triple shooting that started with two groups of men flashing cash and gold chains at each other two years ago inside a South Lake Union nightclub ended with a 76-year prison sentence for the shooter on Friday.
A construction site where a man fell 50 feet to his death on Monday suffered another accident on Wednesday, Seattle fire officials said.
A construction worker died Monday after falling several stories to the street below at a building under construction near Seattle Center.
A collision between a shuttle van and a 19-year-old skateboarder zooming down a Seattle street on his back sounds like a scene out of a Hollywood action movie.
She's yet to take office as Seattle's first socialist City Councilmember, but Kshama Sawant is already rattling the ranks with a new minimum wage mandate.
It's never been legal, but getting caught smoking pot in public could soon cost you in Seattle.
The city's economic engine is hitting high gear, with new construction filling up the downtown core, but can jobs and traffic keep pace with the growth?