- News & Comment
- Arts & Culture
- Special Content
- Print Edition
High schoolers draw parallels between modern and historic struggles after watching the Broadway hit.
Hundreds gathered in support of Maru Mora-Villalpando outside of Seattle Immigration Court.
Garfield High School students pay tribute to the Parkland victims by rallying for gun control.
The newly passed state legislation will cover abortion services for private insurance holders.
Namasgay hosts local events for queer people seeking greater self-actualization.
The AmeriCorps NCCC offers free tax preparations at 30 locations throughout King County until April.
The King County property’s nonprofit tenants include builders of backyard cottages for the homeless.
The ACLU-WA filed a lawsuit to uphold Jesus Chavez Flores’s First Amendment rights.
The State Attorney General discovered ten companies that refused vets with federal housing vouchers.
A new Washington Department of Health rule offers a birth certificate gender beyond male or female.
The new ordinance bars landlords from denying applicants with criminal records.
Over 300,000 high-skilled workers are stuck in immigration limbo across the country.
Policy analysts say Trump’s plan to slash SNAP’s funding would push people further into poverty.
Activists say that Monday’s charges further vindicate their fight against the organization’s tactics.
As the yellow bus service resumes, the district continues plans to attract more contractors.
The mayor and city attorney’s policy change could impact hundreds convicted before weed legalization.
Heathcare workers believe the controversial supervised drug use facilities could save lives.
Many say that the process has been too hasty and lacked enough input.
The NAACP Youth Coalition want the district to officially acknowledge “that black lives matter.”
For the second time this school year, bus lots host picket lines. This time, there’s no end in sight.