In the southeastern corner of Washington state, wheat goes down the river, while salmon are trucked up around dams on the road. “And taxpayers pay for all of it,” said Sam Mace, with Save Our Wild Salmon.
With calls to take down dams on the Snake River to help salmon habitat, a Whatcom County Republican wants to take a look at changing some of Seattle's major waterways.
Transportation advocates and members of the city council are pushing measures to make the whole city safer for people who aren’t in cars.
Kim Malcolm talks with Seattle Times reporter Heidi Groover about congestion pricing in Seattle.
Have you ever felt, as a pedestrian, that you're risking your life trying to cross a busy street?
Immigrants in South Seattle and Bellevue who applied for citizenship will now have to travel to Yakima or Portland for their naturalization interview, instead of having it at the local Seattle office.
Since the 35th Avenue NE redesign, there’s already been a fatal motorcycle accident and a cyclist hit. Some locals have started calling it the Durkan Speedway. That has the Seattle City Council raising questions about its safety. We wondered how dangerous 35th is now, so we rode it ourselves.
The entire Sound Transit Light Rail system shut down at peak rush hour during yesterday's record-breaking temperatures. Sound Transit says heat did play a role – but it is not responsible for the full system shutdown.
Seattle drivers will have two extra months to use the Highway 99 tunnel for free.