A wave of homelessness threatens to overwhelm charity workers in Ballard, while their neighbors become more and more frustrated with the city’s response.
Sheri Collins tells her story of how she learned to survive living in her car, which she’s been doing off and on for the past...
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There were 12,112 people living homeless in King County at last count. That's 12,112 stories. Listen to a few of them here.
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 homeless...
It’s a major milestone for the nonprofit, which nine years ago was on the brink of being homeless itself. Today, it’s become a local favorite...
Jay F. Parker, 54, a carpenter from New Hampshire, was found among refuse in Cascade Recycling Center, in the area where incoming material is sorted.
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.