Nick Brown, who recently stepped down as U.S. attorney in Seattle, announced Wednesday he’s running to be Washington’s next attorney general—setting up a contest with state Sen. Manka Dhingra, a longtime prosecutor herself.
The August primary election will be held on Aug. 1 and if you still haven’t received your ballot, call the King County Elections (KCE) office at 206-296-VOTE (8683).
Standing in front of a brick wall with rubble strewn behind him, Brad Padden kicked off construction of a project that he hopes will transform the Chinatown-International District (CID).
Metro plans to remove a bus shelter in the heart of Little Saigon, citing safety and sanitary concerns, but many in the community think it won’t make a difference.
The Chinatown-International District (CID) and the City of Seattle is bracing for the influx of tens of thousands of visitors expected for Major League Baseball’s All-Star Week.
Seattle Parks and Recreation along with Friends of Little Saigon held a groundbreaking Thursday, before construction begins on the new Little Saigon Park.
A man who police say fatally shot a pregnant woman while exhibiting signs of a mental health crisis in Seattle earlier this month pleaded not guilty Thursday.
Maria Batayola never gets tired of talking about her sister, Tessie.
The University of Washington (UW) will form an advisory committee to review the process by which its world-class Tateuchi East Asia Library (TEAL) was reorganized, according to several state legislators.
The Seattle Riot of 1886 occurred February 6-9 of that year, and featured anti-Chinese violence from the local Knights of Labor movement—climaxing with the forced march of some 350 Chinese from their homes in Chinatown, to a steamship expected to haul them away. Seattle Sheriff John McGraw, and his men, trying to fulfill a court order to let the uprooted return to their homes, faced riots over the arrest of the anti-Chinese leaders, resulting in several serious injuries.