The cold weather has arrived and with it comes “crud season.” Herbalist Leah Adangfry walks us through some alternative remedies that stood the test of time.
The power of language, pictures and the written word unites us, it divides us – it is a fundamental component of democracy. As an award winning television reporter, producer and writer – she is passionate about uncovering truths, exposing the unknown and sharing the fragility of the human condition. She strives each day to produce journalism that has true impact.
Recent stories by Tonya Mosley
Perhaps one of the most fulfilling places over the weekend was Key Arena, where Oprah & Co. taught thousands of women (and a few men) how to live the lives they want.
We give you an inside look into the offices of Julep, where employees enjoy weekly yoga classes, free manicures, beauty products and unlimited Starbucks coffee.
Seattle based Atomic Cosmetics is on a mission to become the "Cheers" of makeup.
Looking for a last minute Halloween costume? Consider Seattle's favorite thrift shop, the Goodwill.
Sister Julia will run the Snohomish River half marathon in an effort to send 30 students to college.
No time to plan, shop and cook dinner? Apps and delivery services are making the art of dinner a whole lot easier.
Are you busy? When you're not busy, do you talk about being busy? Life coach Kathy Clayton gives three tips on how to break the "busy" cycle.
Solid colors are so 2013 - this fall nail art is making a comeback, in a big way.
There is something indulgent and decadent about the French bakery experience - and Seattle has plenty of places where the art of pastry making is alive and well. We visit Bakery Nouveau in West Seattle for a visually stimulating taste of what this gem has to offer.
You won't find cell phones and iPads in the backpacks of students at the Seattle Waldorf High School. Instead these kids are encouraged to use their imagination, artistic ability and intellect to navigate the world of high school.
A new tour is offering Seattleites an intimate chance to experience the city in a whole new way. We join SideTour as they explore one of Seattle's oldest butchers.
Good Morning America contributor Tory Johnson dazzles audiences each week with her popular "Deals and Steals" segment. During her recent visit to Seattle, Johnson shared with us how she lost more than 70 pounds, and why it took more than a diet to get her there.
What are people wearing on the streets of Seattle? We visit one busy intersection in the heart of downtown for a glimpse.
Food & Wine magazine named Milstead & Co. one of the best coffee shops but also one of the "snobbiest" in the nation. What does it mean to hold the "snobbiest" title? We visited Milstead & Co., to find out.
Who says kids are the only ones who can cash on those great back to school deals? We’ll take a look how adults can get in on the fun – and what the biggest trend is for fall.
Green smoothie cleanses are all the rage - touted as a fast and healthy way to detox and shed pounds. But how good are these detox cleanses for you in the long run?
Are you addicted to your smartphone? Chances are you aren't alone. Internet addiction therapist Hilarie Cash tells us how to detox our brains from technology.
We all know about the colorful tulips that takeover the Skagit Valley in spring, but did you know that every year around this time the color purple takes center stage throughout parts of the Pacific Northwest?
There is a certain look many fashion forward women have in Seattle. It’s a mix of deconstructed tops, bottoms and dresses that are simple, comfortable and also cool. Mix all of that together and you have Camilla Eckersley and Davora Lindner, the dynamic duo behind Seattle’s own “Prairie Underground.”
Hopefully you already know this, but just in case - Father's Day is THIS Sunday. Like we did on Mom's Day, we asked around to find out what some dads would really like for this special holiday.
What if you could ditch those shopping bags you’re always forgetting, or do away with pushing around sticky carts; instead using your smartphone to grocery shop?
Tucked away in the heart of the International District is a whimsical shop, filled with colorful pops of fabric carefully crafted into one of a kind pieces of art, called Tuesday Scarves.
Way before Macklemore made a song about it, those “in the know” were already hip to the lure of the Goodwill. The non-profit resale shops offer a wealth of everything from stylish, couture pieces to unique, vintage furniture.
One thing is true, Seattle loves breakfast. There are even guides and books on the best places to eat at the break of dawn. Here’s a list of some cool breakfast spots that have held the test of time.