Seattle Schools Superintendent Larry Nyland speaks about a new agreement between the city and Seattle Public Schools at a Monday press conference. Photo by Melissa Hellmann
New Schools

Former Army Base Could Address School District’s ‘Capacity Crisis’

The city and Seattle Public Schools entered into an agreement on Monday to plan for new schools and Fort Lawton’s future.

Photo by J Tucker/Sticks & Stones Photography
Dining Differently

Meet the Seattle Chef Making a Meal of Marijuana

A latecomer to the world of weed, Unika Noiel is now serving up cannabis-infused dishes.

Phoebe Robinson and Ilana Glazer hit the Moore for the YQY Comedy Tour on Saturday. Photo by Mindy Tucker
Tommy Le’s family, joined by their lawyers, held a press conference in September to discuss autopsy results that showed the Burien man was shot in the back. Photo by Daniel Person
Cops & Conduct

Family of Burien Man Killed by Police Calls Inquest Process a Whitewash

Tommy Le was shot by officers who believed he posed a threat. That’s just one side of the story, says the family attorney.

Olympia

Is the State Transportation Commission Irrelevant?

A report says the citizen panel often is ignored, and its duties overlap with the Transportation Department.

Matthew Davis, lawyer for lead plaintiff Michael Kunath, argues against the income tax Friday.
Court Report

Income Tax Hearing Brings a Big Crowd and Few Surprises

A decision is likely to come before Thanksgiving.

Crime

Covington Man Charged For Threatening Seattle Church

The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s office charged a 25-year-old man for emailing pastors: “Time to engage the artillery and kill you all.”

Kinney and his alter ego. Photo by Antonio Zazueta Olmos
County Roundup

The Housing Authority Saves Seniors and Residents Rage Against Safe Drug Sites

Plus, the latest on Kent’s Robert E. Lee.

Dining Review

Giving Vegan a Chance at Kati Vegan Thai

The South Lake Union spot is the perfect place to experience an animal-free meal.

Stash Box

Canopy Growth Task Force Coming to a Farm Near You

New rules might make it harder on small operations.

Opinion
Members of Jewish Voice for Peace gather outside the U.S. District Court in Seattle. Courtesy of Jewish Voice for Peace
My Turn

End the Deadly Exchange Between Seattle Police and the Israeli Military

We must fight the notion that violent policies targeting some communities create “safety” for other communities.

 

Nikkita Oliver and Dae Shik Kim Hawkins Jr.
Political Love

Making a Choice for Mayor and Living With It

We have all been here before. It seems we haven’t learned our lesson. So, here we are again.

 

Marketplace

Be The Holiday Hero With Exceptional Handmade Gifts

Local classes give you the skills to make a special something for your special someone

 

Delicious learning experiences with Seattle’s world-class culinary talent

Michael Duarte-Pedrosa, Connect2Classes VP, takes two cooking-class taste tests.

 

National Savings Day Delivers New Ideas on How to Save

This one easy trick could help you save up to 47 percent more.

 

Uncork your wine knowledge with the Seattle Wine School

A local expert makes learning about wine accessible.

 

Best of Seattle
Best of Seattle

Mike Sherlock Mixes One Kind of Whiskey with a Lot of Clever Thinking

Best Distillery: Fremont Mischief Distillery

 

Best of Seattle

Cappy’s Gym Keeps Up the Good Fight

Best Gym: Cappy’s Boxing Gym

 

Award-Winning Journalism

The Double Bind

Allegations of rape will get you an audience with the King County Prosecutor’s office. But justice is more elusive.

 

The Fear and Resolve of Those Most Threatened by a Trump Presidency

Seattle’s Muslims and Mexican immigrants share their hopes and concerns following the election.