New construction is seen in this aerial view of the east side of Lake Washington. Even as the pandemic rages on, home sales and prices are healthy in the Seattle area. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
New construction is seen in this aerial view of the east side of Lake Washington. Even as the pandemic rages on, home sales and prices are healthy in the Seattle area. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
Real Estate

Hot, hot summer for Washington home shoppers: Record-breaking prices and a cutthroat market

Driven up by a combination of low supply and high demand, home prices broke records in nearly every major county in Washington state last month. Updated

Project Homeless

Will defunding Seattle’s Navigation Team stop the removal of homeless camps? Updated

Monday, May 4, 2020.  After giving campers at the Ballard Commons a deadline for moving, the Navigation Team started clearing away left over debris.   213880
President Donald Trump after a news conference at the White House in Washington, Aug. 4, 2020. Facebook took down a video posted by the Trump campaign on Wednesday in which he claimed children were immune to the coronavirus, a violation of the social network’s rules against misinformation around the virus. (Doug Mills/The New York Times) XNYT133 XNYT133

Trump issues executive orders against Chinese-owned TikTok and WeChat, citing national security concerns Updated

From left: Jerome and James Taafulisia, are seen during a break in their sentencing hearing Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020 in Seattle. The two brothers were convicted on two counts of first-degree murder and three counts of first-degree assault for the January 2016 shooting spree at the Jungle homeless encampment.  214693

Seattle brothers sentenced to 40 years in prison for 2016 shooting at Jungle homeless encampment

Judge reprimands special prosecutor, but won’t dismiss perjury charge against witness in Thomas Wales case

Police to aid in closure of Alki Beach, Don Armeni boat ramp

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