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Repairing antique watchworks and vintage mechanical objects, Brittany Nicole Cox keeps in time with the past

A city initiative turns little-used streets and dangerous intersections into urban oases

The Seattle chef says we need to eat wild salmon to save them.

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Local activists are creating new online resources to remember the ways that people shaped Seattle (for the better!) in the 1960s and '70s

The "Lid I-5" effort is pushing to reconsider plans to cover the freeway that runs through downtown Seattle.

6crickets, created by a Bellevue computer scientist (and mom), simplifies a complicated process for parents

Plus: Our guide on where to go to deal with stress in the age of anxiety

Recent investigation developments, a high profile news conference, $1.5 million, and a podcast revive interest in the 2001 cold case.

Sixteen years after the shocking murder of a popular Queen Anne resident—and U.S. attorney—the murder remains unsolved. Though there’s a probable suspect, no arrest has been made, no charges have been filed, leaving his friends, neighbors and colleagues to wonder—who killed him, and why?

But could the curbside charging program be perceived as a class issue, primarily benefiting those who can afford to own electric cars?