Educators examine “healing-centered” approach to student success

Local youth development organizations are emphasizing a complex approach to helping students that addresses social, emotional and systemic issues.
Feb 2, 2019

Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz returns to Seattle amid presidential exploration

Howard Schultz, who led Seattle-based Starbucks into international growth, on tour for his memoir, also announced that he is mulling a run for president.
Jan 30, 2019

Skinny crabs add stress on local business owners

Small crabs, late season and an international demand is making crabs more expensive for local businesses.
Jan 29, 2018

New local Rainier Valley radio station to hit airwaves in September

Media veteran Sharon Maeda will be the station manager at KVRU.
Aug 28, 2017

Outcry after Sierra Leone denies educational opportunities from pregnant schoolgirls

Human rights adovcates say Sierra Leone is hurting pregnant teenagers by banning them from mainstream schools and important exams.
Aug 21, 2017

Seattle fans flock to The Halal Guys opening

New York City's famous The Halal Guys has come to Seattle and fans are excited.
Aug 15, 2017

Sumas farmworker dies; colleagues fired after protesting working conditions

Sarbanand Farms fired farmworkers and evicted them from their housing, citing a strike that followed the collapse of a blueberry picker who later died.
Aug 10, 2017

Burien voters will decide whether to revoke “sanctuary city” law

Burien's "sanctuary city" law — blocking officials from asking people about immigration or religion — will be in the hands of voters.
Aug 8, 2017

Chinatown-International District housing plan leaves out residents, advocates say

Chinatown-International District activists say the neighborhood's existing residents will lose out on the city's latest plan for affordable housing there.
Aug 3, 2017

Legacy of Donnie Chin remembered two years after fatal shooting

Chinatown/International District neighborhood activist Donnie Chin's killing is still unsolved, two years after his death.
Jul 25, 2017

Tommy Le’s family, community raise questions in fatal shooting by deputy

Friends and family of Tommy Le, fatally shot by King County deputies last month, sought answers from the sheriff and other elected officials.
Jul 21, 2017

Transgender people of color share their stories

Transgender people of color spoke this week at a community-building event on the greater challenges faced when identities intersect.
Jul 20, 2017

Enhanced homeless shelter set to open, amid Little Saigon concerns

Seattle's Navigation Center will open in Little Saigon, but neighbors say the city has not taken the time to address all their concerns.
Jul 11, 2017

Charleena Lyles’ family demands police reform at Seattle public forum

Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole’s absence resonated through the crowd. Many attendees had demanded that she and Mayor Ed Murray be there.
Jun 28, 2017