The history behind the holiday is long and troubling, with echoes that persist today.
Many now-voided drug convictions came with financial penalties that have plunged people into legal debt.
In Washington state and around the nation, some cops fired for dishonesty or misconduct remain on the beat because private arbitrators gave them their jobs back.
Nine months of reporting and more than 100 records requests formed the basis of our look at police officers placed on so-called ‘Brady’ lists.
Washington state led on legalizing marijuana. Plant-derived psychedelics could be next.
This year’s mayoral and city council races will be voters’ first referendum on policing in Seattle.
'Coded Bias' filmmaker Shalini Kantayya and researcher Meredith Broussard dissect the inequities perpetuated and created by emergent technologies.
Federal recognition provides tribes with critical health care and education. But there are nations the U.S. refuses to recognize.
Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan takes inspiration from the massive public works effort that helped shape the Emerald City, and America, for generations.
The longtime education reporter explains how decades of covering schools shaped the perspective she brings to her new column.
Legislation pushed by advocates, officials and survivors would require trauma-informed training for police officers, further support survivors.
The city has not enforced its 72-hour parking limit for the past year. Resumption has some worried about the fate of people living in RVs.
There’s no real excuse to have so little canopy in SoDo. It doesn’t have to be ‘like the forgotten land.’
The environmental proposal in the state Legislature was designed to protect communities of color, but will it make a difference?
Plus, museum re-openings, live music rumblings, world-premiering dances and local author readings.
A member of the Lummi Nation, Bellingham writer Rena Priest will bring attention to local poetry, climate change and the loss of vital natural resources.
Opponents of Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant have 180 days to put a recall vote on the ballot.
A Center for Public Integrity analysis shows 18% live in multigenerational households in the U.S., increasing vulnerability to the virus.
With the Monschke decision, the state Supreme Court expanded the definition of youth in murder cases. No other court has done so.
On the day 2 million more Washingtonians became eligible for the COVID vaccine, Gov. Jay Inslee announced every adult will be able to get in line for a shot well ahead of President Biden’s May 1...
For thousands in the state, razor clamming represents culture and heritage. But state and tribal agencies are trying to protect people from harmful toxins.