Seattle Times

Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder

Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft and a prominent leader of both business and philanthropy in the Seattle area, stamped his mark on the city’s economy and culture as well as its skyline as he pursued a wide range of passions from science to

Internet access is quietly changing Seattle’s tent cities

When Seattle librarians visited the gated cluster of tents and tiny houses that make up Camp Second Chance in White Center, they brought Star Wars comics, Dean Koontz books and Jon Krakauer’s “Into the Wild” for homeless campers to check out.

New Seattle cable rule to protect internet data privacy

Seattle (WA) Mayor Ed Murray has directed that curbs be imposed on internet providers to protect customers’ data privacy.

Washington State Sen Don Benton considers $150,000 “litter fee” for The Columbian

Washington State Sen Don Benton (R-Vancouver) is weighing a new “litter fee” that would apply only to The Columbian and cost the newspaper $150,000 a year.

Reshape our media landscape and say no to Comcast-Time Warner deal

[Commentary] Five months into his term, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has arrived at a critical juncture.