In an effort to combat illegal street vending that has been plaguing the Chinatown-International District (CID), the Seattle Police Department (SPD) has joined forces with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) for a comprehensive community improvement project.
In the wake of a hate crime that rocked the Wing Luke Museum on Sept. 14, Executive Director Joël Barraquiel Tan has sounded the rallying cry for unity among the city’s cultural institutions.
Sept. 22 marks the centennial of the birth of Seattle native John Okada, who wrote the groundbreaking Japanese American novel, “No-No Boy,” in 1957.
Upon the spot where she launched other protests to support the Chinatown-International District (CID) in its struggle to survive, Seattle City Council candidate Tanya Woo at noon kicked off another march on Tuesday.
Jury selection started Monday in the trial of three Tacoma police officers charged in the death of Manuel “Manny” Ellis, a 33-year-old Black man who was tackled, punched, shocked with a stun gun and held face down on a sidewalk in March 2020, two months before George Floyd met a similar fate.
With just his 1991 white Honda Accord and a few hundred dollars in his bank account, Brian Surratt headed out west to reinvent himself.
Indian American Community Services (IACS) is gathering signatures for a petition to seek justice for Jaahnavi Kandula, who was fatally struck by a Seattle Police officer’s vehicle in January, and to hold the Seattle Police Department (SPD) accountable for the tragedy and disturbing comments made public last week.
Bail has been set at $30,000 for the man arrested for using a sledgehammer to smash windows at the Wing Luke Museum on Thursday.
The Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) in Tacoma broke ground on a new facility on Sept. 8, significantly called “home,” which will replace their outdated and outgrown structure, at the same location in South Park, Tacoma.
The Consulate General of India in San Francisco issued a statement on Wednesday, calling the handling of the death of Jaahnavi Kandula “deeply troubling.”