Recipe: Corny pizza

This pizza is inspired by Mexican street corn. It's prepared on the grill, which not only keeps the heat outdoors, but lends crucial charred flavor to the crust.

Magnolia's Garden Party

Magnolia's Garden Party guests didn't let a little rain get in the way of having a good time. On Saturday the community gathered at the Magnolia Garden Center to enjoy a fun evening and to raise money for the Magnolia Beautification Forever Fund.

Seattle schools to increase student safety measures before next school year

Seattle Public Schools is doubling down on student safety nearly three weeks following a shooting on school grounds that resulted in the death of a 17-year-old student.

Inclusive aging: Celebrating pride month at Bayview

June is Pride month and Seattle is in full celebration. While Pride Month shines a light on inclusivity and acceptance within all facets of society, it is also an opportunity to reflect on the importance of inclusivity as it relates to aging, whether one ages in one’s own home or becomes part of a retirement community.

King County establishes implementation plan for $1.3 billion crisis care levy

Over a year after the King County Crisis Centers Levy was passed by voters, the county council approved an implementation plan for the largest funding in the region’s behavioral health system.

Washington State Women's Commission launches The Pay Equity Tour

ACTIVATE 3.8 The Pay Equity Tour kicked off June 28 at the Nectar Lounge in Fremont.

Seattle Pride Parade

On June 30, the Seattle Pride Parade rolled down 4th Ave to Seattle Center with Bird and Rapinoe greeting fans along the way.

Savvy Senior: Do you need a digital will?

My wife and I had our estate plan – including a will, power of attorney and advance directive – drawn up about 10 years ago but have recently read that our plan should include a digital will too. What can you tell us about this?

Recipe: Jammin’ burgers

It's the season for grilling and burgers. This summer, lighten up your double-fisted burgers with ground turkey meat.

4th of July safety tips to keep pets calm and secure

Fireworks and festivities are synonymous with the 4th of July, but for many pets, the loud noises and chaotic atmosphere of this holiday can cause them stress and anxiety.

'Please no police:' confidential Washington youth hotline draws concerns

Recently the Washington Attorney General’s Office launched a 24/7 confidential youth reporting system that allows residents up to 25 years old to contact them regarding a variety of issues, including mental health and physical safety.

Film festival takes place this week

Aegis Living Rodgers Park is hosting the Seattle Film Festival.

Seattle to spend $2.24 million to train equity hires for clean energy construction

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell announced $2.24 million in funding to recruit and place workers from underserved communities into construction and clean energy jobs.

Queen Anne elementary student joins Safety Patrol Hall of Fame

Wolf Geide is 11 years old and just graduated from Queen Anne Elementary School. But before the annual graduation celebration, QAE had a special assembly when Wolf was inducted into Washington’s AAA Safety Patrol Hall of Fame.

WA Supreme Court rules against program used to evict tenants without court order

The Washington State Supreme Court ruled against a program in Sunnyside on Thursday that allowed law enforcement to unlawfully evict dozens of tenants, making many of them homeless.