Once-mighty old industrial cities could sustain much larger populations, and that would be good for the environment. But is it realistic?
Climate change is doing a number on the Lone Star State.
Seattle is involved in a slow-motion catastrophe, as construction of a new car-centric tunnel grinds to a halt and cost overruns loom.
This nifty "bio-concrete" might help buildings stand a little longer.
The key: Making room for bikes, buses, and other mass transit, and no new concessions for cars.
Increasingly intricate climate models suggest that Seattle will be warmer and wetter on average -- but it's not averages that the city is worried about.
If we completely revolutionize our entire farm system, most of our diets could come from locally grown food, according to a new study.
Join us as we explore the effects of woo girls and tech money on Seattle's Capitol Hill. Special guests include Dan Savage.
Tech booms, bad government, and money-hungry developers: Inside Seattle's insane housing market, and how it got that way.