Remembrances of HIV-positive friends, family, co-workers and partners.
Planned for the Capitol Hill light rail station plaza in 2020, the art-filled walkway will tell the story of the epidemic in Seattle and King...
So many people and organizations played a role in the city’s fight against AIDS (actually, ‘still play’ … present tense).
As an art-filled new memorial takes shape on Capitol Hill, Seattle’s AIDS warriors recall years of challenges, heartbreak — and successes.
The paper, which turns 25 this year, has put millions of dollars into the pockets of some of our city’s poorest residents — and has...
Crews were still working Monday to restore power, and schools closed in Kent, Puyallup, Tahoma and Sumner.
What if the megaquake happens when you’re in a Seattle high-rise? New study predicts stronger shaking
The city is boosting seismic construction standards for new skyscrapers, but the biggest risk is to older high-rises and old brick buildings.
Wish we could report road rage is cured, but saner commuting still starts with the person in the driver’s seat
POSTSCRIPTS: Some things never change, including bad driving. What can change, is how you react to it.