Twenty years after the WTO demonstrations, Knute Berger looks at how the far right came out ahead

Seattle’s wealthy once liked to hide, but today’s billionaires, says Knute Berger, are openly impacting the city and beyond

The automobile, first seen in Seattle around 120 years ago, was still a  novelty in 1912 when E.J. Davis and E. Edward Reed completed their Chicago to Seattle drive, captured in this photo taken in front of the Daily Times offices

Cars shaped our city, but with clogged streets, we're looking for different options, says Knute Berger. What's next?

Evergreen State College's newspaper front page shows women who have disappeared

Almost a half century after Ted Bundy focused the nation on our region, Knute Berger wonders what this serial killer says about us today

The state’s east-west political divide is changing, says Knute Berger, and there are many issues on which the two parties could find common ground

Seattle, Washington 1919 General Strike

Knute Berger reflects on two cataclysmic events that brought Seattle to its knees a century ago

Rainier Club members have long played a central role in shaping our city, Knute Berger recognizes, but so have citizen activists

Knute Berger remembers his family’s Mount Baker neighborhood from long before it was designated a historic place

Where some Seattle behaviors are concerned, Knute Berger is coming around to the need for a little more broad-mindedness

Seattle experienced a midlife crisis 30 years ago, says Knute Berger. Are we having another one today?