Women have been hidden players on the nation’s farms, but local storyteller Audra Mulkern is out to change that

Buildings are coming down all around town at a frenzied pace as old makes way for new. But what happens to the wood, concrete, metal, glass and other materials that come down with the structure?

The incident was one of several "realistic" military exercises that took place in Seattle in mid-April

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With the Real Black Grandmothers website, University of Washington assistant professor of American ethnic studies LaShawnDa Pittman archives the experience of a vital member of the black community

Change is the only constant, they say, and it’s happening all over Seattle— no place more so than along a stretch of Dexter and Westlake where yesterday’s innovators settled and today’s dreamers are also finding a home

With a vote set for Monday, negotiations ongoing, and a veto threat from Mayor Jenny Durkan looming, what's the path forward for the hotly debated proposed tax to fund housing and homelessness services?

A new podcast from the Seattle resident is a time capsule of the planet’s peculiarities

Garbes recognized new moms were craving non-biased information about pregnancy and new motherhood -- and she delivered it

He isn't officially retiring, but he's taken a front-office position with the team. Plus: Watch a video of what might be his final at-bat in Seattle.

This month's Editor's Note from Rachel Hart