A handful of people who own multiple dilapidated vehicles, accumulating multiple parking tickets, could be swept up in a city of Seattle crackdown.
Merger of Seattle and King County homeless services gets closer to reality — and some local cities’ leaders are worried
A plan for Seattle to merge its homelessness response with King County will not guarantee jobs for city workers after 2020.
Seattle City Council members continue to raise doubts about Mayor Durkan’s proposal to curb ‘vehicle ranching’
Staffers said Seattle police and parking enforcement officers know of four people engaging in the behavior, which the mayor's staff had dubbed "vehicle ranching" —...
Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda said the proposal does not distinguish enough between penalizing those who rent out the vehicles and those living in them
Seattle's underground, unregulated market finds itself targeted by the mayor.
Seattle's Navigation Team is referring more people who live in unsanctioned homeless camps to shelters, but assessing its long-term success remains a challenge.