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Times were grim in Seattle and the country 50 years ago. But there was reason for hope then, just as there is now.

Local cycling experts share their rules of the road for newbie riders hitting the trail.

Since 2000, Seattle Public Schools has had eight superintendents. Why aren’t they sticking around— and should they?

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Our city’s hyper construction is causing more than traffic issues. Experts believe it’s one reason our city is ranking high as a rodent-infested town, and getting rid of the pests is anything but easy

High schools, middle schools and elementary schools all over the city are participating in the nationwide protests happening one month after the shooting in Parkland that left 17 dead and 17 injured.

He put Seattle on the map by turning the fair into a global phenomenon, but his attempt at recreating Roger Maris' record-setting home run catch was a big swing and a miss.

As some of Seattle’s eateries close, Knute Berger weighs in on what the phrase ‘We are what we eat’ really means

The Seattle Public Library and the King County Public Library system already take very different approaches to drug use and needle disposal in public restrooms

These are just some of the women in Seattle who are leading the way