When it comes to how we tax ourselves, Washington and Oregon couldn’t be more different — except in each being heavily dependent on one main source of revenue.
Find out what the numbers tell us about Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. The Seattle Times' FYI Guy, Gene Balk, and other contributors comb data sets to look at the numbers behind news topics -- especially those that offer insight into the quality of life and cost of living in the Seattle area.
Seattle is now the second most bus-reliant metropolis, after San Francisco. It’s how one out of five of us — that’s 78,000 Seattleites — get...
Ahead of the airlines’ merger, a look at how Alaska Airlines and Virgin America’s services compare.
Rents in Seattle north of the Ship Canal have breached a costly threshold for a couple of reasons, including the Amazon boom.
What Seattle donors say about why they gave money to billionaire Donald Trump’s campaign.
Nearly 4 percent of Seattle’s millennial households earn more than $350,000 per year, a concentration that puts it in the top five cities in the...