When geologist Carolyn Driedger talks about Mount Rainier, she feels like she’s trash-talking.
Kim Malcolm talks with Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman about the safeguards in place to prevent cyber attacks on Washington's election systems.
Seattle got richer in the last decade. You know that. But how many of those in the top 1 percent income bracket live here?
Three years ago, the city told developers: You can either pay into a fund or build affordable housing units yourselves.
Every time I report on the Great Atlantic Salmon Escape of 2017, someone asks me the same question: Why don’t we just farm Pacific salmon species in Puget Sound?
The unofficial chants of Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders fans can sometimes get a little, shall we say, impolite?
Kim Malcolm talks with Dr. Frederick Rivara about whether the increasing popularity of bike sharing has led to more head injuries.
Retired school teacher Michael Hobson is displeased by how much his property tax is increasing, even though lawmakers did it to fully fund public schools.
If there’s one thing Seattleites want to know, it’s this: Why is everyone else such a terrible driver?