The Other WA
The women, specifically, are becoming national names.
A harrowing day prompted plenty of response from local pols.
City Hall chair swapping? Boring. Let's have some fun in 2021.
Seattle Met Staff
Scouring the state’s election results now that they're officially official.
A bill to trim our 40-hour norm didn’t gain traction in Olympia this year. But a political backer and two early adopters say the pandemic may change some minds.
The president-elect's record shouldn't overshadow down-ballot triumphs for Puget Sound region progressives.
We said if!
GET OUT THE VOTE
Those free stickers are cool. But they don't give out beer and sweatshirts at polling places.
We aren't messing around.
Don’t let political theatrics and some sunny stats trump science.
Reality? Not so much.
More than three months of calls for police to end brutality against Black and Indigenous Americans.
City council's latest business legislation levies companies the region is counting on to lead its recovery. Will they stay?
Wearing a mask divides some Washingtonians along party lines—but the reason behind the mandate is strictly apolitical.
Woe is you.
Super Tuesday didn’t end the Democratic race. It tightened it.
Pretty much. But a local short-term rental operator is pushing to change that.
By switching to an earlier, mail-in voting system, the state’s Democratic leaders hope Washington becomes a primary season destination.
It actually counts this time. We swear.
The Seattle mayor recently launched her 2021 reelection campaign. Yesterday’s speech offered a preview.