...planes, trains and highways.
Seattle has the third largest Sephardic Jewish community in the United States, according to some estimates.
Issaquah High School is like hundreds of other suburban schools around the country. But unlike most of those schools, the campus rings with the sound of gunshots.
A SoundQ's listener asked why Seattle has so many potholes. So reporter David Hyde set out to learn why. And he discovered potholes are more than a nuisance - they're also a political talking point and a source of controversial art.
They’re not our city’s most magnanimous family, but their name is on a major music hall, a research institute, and wings of the Seattle and Tacoma art museums.
Pamela Sackett says this mysterious “sweet, sickly, fertilizer smell” is so repugnant that she has to sleep with her windows shut tight, even in the summer heat.
Of those top most dangerous intersections, seven were downtown. Lucky number 8 on the list is the parking lot of the VA Puget Sound hospital on Beacon Hill.
A pedestrian in Seattle wants to know why bicyclists aren't stopping at crosswalks. Do cyclists even know they have to?
Russian social media fuels vaccine anxiety as measles spreads in Washington State
Marc Lawrence was riding his Yamaha FZ1 motorcycle along Martin Luther King Jr. Way in south Seattle last fall when his front tire hit something in the road.