Presidential candidate Andrew Yang said that “immigrants are being scapegoated” for reasons that have “nothing to do with our economy” during the second night of the Democratic debates on July 31.
In the upcoming primary election, King County voters will have the opportunity to weigh in on four ballot measures and 56 races for a total of 218 candidates, including those running for city and county council, mayor, school board, and in special districts across the county.
Eric Liu, the co-founder and CEO of Citizen University, said the upcoming primary election is a big opportunity for Seattle voters. A total of 55 candidates are running for seven district seats on the Seattle City Council, including incumbents.
Someone in a mask broke into Dim Sum King late on April 28 and stole a substantial amount in cash.
If you like to vacation like I do — get away from it all, unplug (no phone service, no internet, no TV), be near the ocean, rest, relax, and rejuvenate your spirit — the island getaway I just returned from is your ticket.
His name is Jimmy Hung and he’s seeking an appointment to the King County Superior Court bench.
Formal complaint spearheaded by VFA By Ruth Bayang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY A Seattle school principal will not return for the 2018-19 school year. Oksana Britsova, the principal at Seattle World School (SWS), was the focus of a formal letter of complaint written by James Hong, executive director of the Vietnamese Friendship Association (VFA). He said […]
By Ruth Bayang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The news release about the announcement of the top three finalists for the Seattle police chief job stated that it would happen on a Friday afternoon before the three-day Memorial Day weekend. That meant three days of government offices being closed, and no one to take calls from the […]
Kshama Sawant, the normally outspoken Seattle City Councilmember and proud member of the Socialist Alternative Party, has been silent lately, especially since a lawsuit filed on Aug. 18 against her for defamation.
By Ruth Bayang Northwest Asian Weekly Let me start off by saying, I chose America and I love America. I am American. Naturalized, not natural-born. I have lived in the United States for 26 years. I entered the United States legally on a student visa. I graduated from college and immediately applied and got approved […]