In a closely-watched race for the City Council District 2 seat in Southeast Seattle, Tanya Woo has taken the lead over incumbent Tammy Morales.
Cambodian-owned businesses in the Puget Sound area are few and far between, but one more has recently been added to that list, and it’s here to serve the Asian community as a whole.
What is the role of a museum in a post-COVID-19 world? Did COVID-19 change the way museums present themselves? And by the way, have you heard of these three museums?
The Port of Seattle is unique in the United States.
Walking into the inaugural WA State Democrats AANHPI celebration recently, you’d see why the Asian community has done well politically in spite of the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes.
An expert in forensic pathology testified on Monday, Oct. 16 in the ongoing trial of three Tacoma, Washington, police officers charged with the death of Manuel Ellis that Ellis likely would have lived if not for the officers’ actions to restrain him.
On Oct. 20, a woman was dropped off at Swedish First Hill hospital with multiple gunshot wound injuries.
Nov. 7 is General Election Day for all voters in Washington. Ballots are mailed out by county election offices no later than Oct. 20.
Jan Johnson, the proprietor of the Panama Hotel, barely has time to draw a breath as she speaks on the phone to a reporter.
The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office (KCPAO) has hired a collision reconstruction firm, ACES, Inc., in its investigation of the tragic incident involving Seattle Police Officer Kevin Dave and the fatal collision that claimed the life of 23-year-old Jaahnavi Kandula in January 2023.