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Nasro Hassan and her mother, Dahabo, speak about the assault on November 15.
“We really want to make sure this is taken seriously.”
The police violence last Sunday was unexpected and unwarranted, according to a Seattle physician on the scene.
Enduring mansplaining and misogyny in the arcades.
Many climate activists in Washington already face criminal charges — including felonies.
“They look at me with teary eyes full of fear and simply ask, ‘How did this happen?’”
“We can’t focus on what happened. We need to be looking at what we need to do now.”
Many dispute the idea that race was a factor when a black administrator was put on leave.
Dr. Andrea Drake was put on a leave of absence last week with classes in full swing.
Washington is among ten states with no registration required for write-in candidates.
The film trains its eye, and therefore rests its case, again and again, on stark juxtapositions.
A community-led air quality project is “one of many first steps” to fight industrial pollution.
Bennett to students: “I’m only going to be an NFL player for a short time…I’m always gonna be a black man.”
ST3 is a massive plan, so there is a lot to love – and not love – about it. Meet the constituencies that have come out for and against the mass transit plan
So two more firms filed five new class action lawsuits.
Internal conflicts demonstrate just how controversial Carbon Washington has become.
A new resolution seeks to address barriers people of color face to entering environmental careers.
As rideshare companies continue to encroach on long-held terrain, a new contract with the Port of Seattle has cab drivers wondering what they’re fighting for.
Idle no more.
Third-party candidates won’t rock the two-party boat. But Washington can afford to go rogue.