The young lives of James and Jerome Taafulisia were beset by poverty and neglect when they committed their violent crimes. So was mine.
As Black Lives Matter protests continue, leaders say Seattle should give the community back land they say is owed to them.
There are only 84 publicly funded psychiatric beds for over 1.6 million kids in Washington, and the waitlist can span half a year or more.
Washington state lawmakers have pledged to provide support for this at-risk group by the end of the year.
After a tumultuous spring, educators are adapting to a shifting learning landscape.
A Black person hasn't served in the state Senate for a decade. That could change with this year's election.
Initially pleasantly surprised by the high court’s ruling, Dreamers in Washington are looking toward the presidential election for a more permanent solution.
Subverting the law to uphold it is nothing new for Seattle’s 'troops.'
The mayor offered ideas to restructure the department but rejected calls for deeper cuts.
The teenager was one of only a handful of youth still in ICE custody in the Pacific Northwest.
The law protects Native children from being taken from their homes without tribal involvement. The case before the state Supreme Court could tighten those rules.
Recent protests against police brutality could spur new rules — and new ways to hold officers accountable.
It's time to think beyond equal protections at work and demand something better than assimilation.
Pride Month has been criticized for being too white and too commercial. Four activists share how they've built their own spaces for celebration.
Beyond the Capitol Hill protests, young activists are finding creative ways to engage more people in the fight for change.
By now school districts should know: Police presence in schools has negative consequences for marginalized students.