It's estimated the rules would make 20% of the city off-limits to encampments. In some corners of the city, that figure could be as high...
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Three former employees cite pay disparities, personal attacks, a hostile work environment and retaliation from leadership in their complaint.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is providing $2.8 billion in fresh funding for homeless services organizations across the country.
Four days of temperatures reaching into the 90s can negatively affect people who have less access to ways to get cool, especially with limited incomes.
The blocks are being plunked down anonymously by people trying to keep RVs – often shelter for people who are homeless – from parking in...
The city plans to clear two other encampments during a heat advisory, a move that brought some criticism. Seattle seeks to remove an encampment at...
King County, Seattle and suburban cities are opening several cooling shelters for homeless people to get out of the heat forecast for mid-week.
Several community organizations will share revenue from the JumpStart tax to create affordable housing for low-income people and those experiencing homelessness.
Gonzo and Grandma agreed to enter shelter at a hotel last November, despite feeling burned by the system. The Seattle Times followed them as their...