Mike Tagawa has spent 75 years at the intersection of Seattle civil-rights history.
The arrests by police are mostly for nonviolent crime.
Workers had the option to wait out the storm, but King County’s Meals on Wheels took to the streets anyway.
This is the second time The Muslim Association of Puget Sound has provided hotel rooms for the homeless encampment.
After lawsuit, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement will no longer be able to rely so heavily on Yakima law enforcement.
Mansur Sulayman hasn't been to Vietnam in 40 years. The U.S. wants to deport him back.
The state removed foster kids from an Iowa facility following reports of abuse, but red flags abound at other group homes.
Right on the heels of the Spanish flu pandemic, the Seattle General Strike of 1919 brought the city to a halt.
Six years after McCleary and education reforms, Seattle Public Schools risks losing nearly a fifth of its operating budget if the levies don’t pass.
There are lessons we could apply to today's Seattle, which faces many of the same issues of 1919.
Last week, Burien was hit with anti-immigrant letters targeting the city's sanctuary policy.
A new edition of a heralded book offers an intimate look at prison life. Scholar Dan Berger talks about its significance today.
Despite threats on the Canadian border, the scene is completely different from the border down south.
Opponents of renaming King County questioned the civil rights hero's relevance and the cost of new logos.
Some food banks are either already seeing an uptick in clients or bracing themselves for bigger crowds.