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Studies show charging child support extends family separations and can spur years of debt for parents in poverty. WA is pushing to change the practice.
In her recent story, reporter Maleeha Syed learned how words like 'internment' gloss over the realities of life under Executive Order 9066.
The clinic hoped for a big turnout for its first post-pandemic event, but scheduling conflicts have left it all but cancelled.
The 14-story tank on the Tideflats holds 8 million gallons of liquefied natural gas and it is compounding human rights and climate crises, opponents say.
March marks 80 years since the U.S. issued an exclusion order that forced Japanese Americans from their Bainbridge Island homes. Today, Washingtonians look back on that time.
Rosa Hunter uses indigenous knowledge to inform her work identifying toxic shellfish.
Legislative proposals may help fill in large gaps by providing funds to train more nurses.
Though state lawmakers approved the money last April to help undocumented immigrants, none has been distributed.
Families receiving TANF could get more money for diapers if Senate Bill 5838 passes in the Legislature.
The CEO of Native American Agriculture Fund explains how the pandemic created a 'perfect storm' that worsened food access on reservations.
After repealing a racist 1834 law, the tribes opened Talking Cedar in 2020 and will begin distilling their own spirits next week.
The organization is opening 80 units in Pioneer Square to provide housing for previously unhoused residents, most of whom are Native.
Hundreds of families owe the state a total of $1.1 million in outstanding detention fees, a practice made legal in WA 45 years ago.
Agricultural workers and advocates aim to make workplaces safer while helping the environment.