Recent incidents in the region and a secession movement in Oregon show the Civil War era and its divisions still echo in the Northwest.
During the upheaval of the pandemic, Wes Yoo found himself turning to the food he grew up with.
The pandemic drew restaurant owner and chef Wes Yoo to the food that brought him comfort.
One of the most challenging moments of my life taught me resilience. We need that now more than ever.
She joins our newsroom with an aim to bring an equity lens to the beat, unpacking the promises of a U.S. education.
Even as Washington winds down its drug war, police still seize homes and cash from low-level suspects.
The case, brought by five Black officers, exposes a troubling hallmark of campus life.
Three educators talk about how George Floyd’s murder and the BLM movement have inspired them to include more social justice education.
As Canada faces a reckoning over more deaths at Indigenous schools, an inquiry into similar U.S. sites may advance the search for Northwest kids who didn’t survive.
News of a Seattle police officer being killed while helping a motorist should remind us of our shared humanity.
The U.S. and Washington state are now formally celebrating June 19 to mark the end of slavery.
Plus, eye-opening new shows blending African American art and Black history at the Frye Art Museum and Tacoma Art Museum
Former Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin and organizer Shaun Scott discuss the anti-racist movement and whether it will result in lasting change.
Conservative pundits disparage the new anti-racism education laws coming out of Olympia, but there is nothing harmful about telling the truth.
The Supreme Court decision in Loving v. Virginia ended anti-miscegenation laws in the U.S. long after our state had done the same. But the history is complicated.
Created by local writers and artists, ‘We Hereby Refuse’ illustrates untold true stories of heroism with vivid graphics.