Seattle has struggled to get thousands of people living in their vehicles into housing. How have programs in San Diego and Santa Barbara managed to be more successful, and cost effective?
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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Two people were killed and three others were seriously wounded in January 2016 when gunmen opened fire on a homeless encampment under Interstate 5. Two...
A stalled King County committee on homelessness looks to a post head-tax world.
King County and federal officials raise concerns about Seattle’s increasing reliance on tiny-house villages to house homeless people.
Lawsuit accuses Seattle of violating open-meetings law before head-tax repeal vote; anti-tax campaign turns in signatures just in case
Three attorneys contend each of the named city officials be fined and that the city bear their legal costs; city attorney says council complied with...