Our search for an answer takes us to Chinatown International District and one woman's renewed relationship with her late father.
Douglass McCrea wonders why he is seeing fewer sea lions at the Ballard Locks. We'll explore the mystery.
“The federal judiciary will increasingly be the place where the rich and powerful go to protect their wealth and power.”
One of the world's biggest cities was once a safe haven for Jewish refugees. During World War II, more than 18,000 Jews sought refuge in Shanghai. They witnessed the war from a perspective that often goes unheard. My neighbor Werner Glass is one of them.
Last summer, he sang a song I hadn't heard before. He told me what the lyrics mean: let us dance, and let us sing folk songs, because we have achieved independence. At first I was confused. What independence? From whom? And what's going on here?
Rapid economic growth has been leading to problems in Seattle for a long time. Back 1950s, a satirical group called “Lesser Seattle” was created to combat that by telling the world how crappy (and rainy) life is here in Seattle.
Former Senator and Secretary of State John Kerry embraces the straight talk mantle.
Pearl Jam, Death Cab for Cutie, Tacocat: All these bands have called on Seattle officials to "Save the Showbox." Monday, that's what the Seattle City...