When the NHL comes to Seattle (and when the Sonics return), could the Monorail be used to manage the inevitable traffic snarl?

Here’s how to do opening day of boating season the right way

The city has revived its plans for a mixed-income development at Fort Lawton. But surprisingly, not everyone is opposed

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The effort, led by the Samish tribe, is generating interest and winning awards on its way to cleaning up the San Juan archipelago

In the wake of Facebook's data collection scandal, should Seattle reconsider a proposal for free Wi-Fi at downtown bus stops?

This month's Editor's Note from Rachel Hart

A building on Fourth and Union is testing the limits of Seattle's sign ordinance

The construction isn’t stopping anyone from going up to the observation deck—which has been open throughout the Needle’s renovation—including this family.

Inside the Needle's makeover

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Resales are lower than ever and median home prices continue to skyrocket.

A new documentary short shows the growing opposition to Naval aircrafts practicing over the Olympic Peninsula