While people without legal immigration status pay into unemployment insurance, they don't benefit.
SPD Chief Carmen Best says she didn’t order cops to abandon the station. It's unclear if there was even an order at all.
Rural towns in Washington saw anywhere from 30 to 1,300 participants. In one town, that accounted for more than 50% of the population.
Similar groups have returned to Asian-American communities across the country in response to property damage and racist incidents.
Volunteer health workers worry Seattle police may continue using flash bangs, rubber bullets and tear gas to prevent them from helping injured protesters
The vote comes amid ongoing protests and weeks of pressure from community advocates and some union members.
Tax increases and budget cuts for Washington could be on the horizon during a legislative special session.
Could the East Precinct follow in the footsteps of Daybreak Star, El Centro de la Raza and Northwest African American Museum?
While some businesses are asking for armed help, others say they want none of it. Residents, police and city officials are also feeling the tension.
The measure from Councilmember Mosqueda would likely raise over $200 million annually from top-earning companies.
After Seattle urged all protesters to get tested for the coronavirus at expanded facilities, fewer than 1% are coming back positive.
Despite intense scrutiny during protests, community leaders say they stand behind Carmen Best ‘100 percent.’
Store owners say that recent lootings, aggressive police tactics, and even the city’s short-lived curfew complicate business.
The coronavirus is depleting the financial reserves of many rural clinics, which are often the only health care choices for low-income patients.
A $7 billion shortfall is predicted — so far. Here’s a look at some of the services and state programs that could get cut.