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Walking through Capitol Hill offers glimpses of the future and past.

The Washington State Patrol is putting "campers" on notice.

Organizers asked the man to leave after they spotted him.

Critics say the city isn't acting quick enough to prevent pedestrian deaths.

In some ways, what's old is new with the Needle's $100 million makeover.

Transit advocates aren't happy about the terms of the unusual deal.

By 10th grade, Apoorv Khandelwal was trying to change the world.

A little effort (on both sides) would go a long way.

Cultural appropriation is real. But playing food police is a slippery slope.

Meet the deep pool of candidates vying to replace Seattle City Councilmember Tim Burgess.