City council members and community groups are pushing for a third way to help people in crisis, which may involve some firefighters.
A new exhibit wants to validate the importance of graffiti, while graffiti 30 minutes away is destroyed by city officials.
At demonstrations here and across America, police and protesters face two fundamentally unequal fears.
By now school districts should know: Police presence in schools has negative consequences for marginalized students.
From the WTO protests to now, the interests of the Seattle Police Officers Guild haven’t aligned with the people they are meant to protect.
Like many white Americans, I grew up unencumbered by the punitive presence of law enforcement. Black Americans deserve this, too.
Amid scattered calls for Mayor Jenny Durkan to resign, the Seattle City Council will discuss the once-radical call to redirect funds from the police department to social services.
The police chief's decision comes in response to demands from oversight and community groups that are demonstrating against racism and police brutality.
Social unrest, shattered glass and spilled blood have always been a part of the Seattle region's history
By pinning the destruction on white men, Durkan trivializes deep grievances and provides cover for police escalation.
Alongside other communities of color, we worked to pass a law making it easier to prosecute violent police officers.
The killing of George Floyd presents yet another opportunity for white self-reckoning.
As state officials chase after fraudsters, here’s some information on what’s going on and how you can protect yourself.
Advocates worry for women, children and elders as abuse takes on new forms, making exit plans and reporting even more difficult.
Attorneys, advocates, public officials want to ban some felony bookings in King County, but judges and others object
Property crime is the least of the worries for bar and restaurant owners hoping to return post-pandemic.