If you’ve bought a hot dog or a beer at Safeco or CenturyLink Field, the person at the stand may have been homeless.
Seattle startups are trying to draw in people who want to help but don’t know how. But can an app really get someone housed?
Seattle is experimenting with a tiny house village that allows drug use, but some in the nearby neighborhood don’t like being experimented on.
A consistent problem Project Homeless comes across in our coverage is writing about numbers. We write about numbers constantly: How much money is spent on...
A new pocket-size resource guide is intended to help homeless people navigate a spiderweb of resources in King County,
As debate over homelessness continues at City Hall, Seattle’s librarians have been visiting tent cities and handing out Wi-Fi hot spots.
A new report shows that not only were homeless deaths in 2017 higher than in any other year, but there have been more deaths in...
Homeless people with pets are usually criticized and sometimes turned away from shelters. But that’s starting to change.
The King County administration buildings at 420 and 500 Fourth Avenue in downtown Seattle will add 50 more beds on Thursday and Friday nights for...