Lunar New Year is one step closer to being recognized as a holiday in Washington state.
Community organizer Tanya Woo recently won the open seat at the Seattle City Council, but the race is far from over.
Unveiling a mural at the location of a hate crime, the Wing Luke Museum showcased the brightly-colored pheasant spanning nine windows in Canton Alley during a news conference on Monday.
Tukwila police released a statement on Tuesday, saying they have a person of interest in custody in connection with the death of taxi driver Nicholas Hokema.
Seattle School Board members Vivian Song and Lisa Rivera both announced their resignations on Tuesday, the Seattle Times reported.
Soo Ing-Moody reached into the brown paper bag and pulled out an olive-green square block.
Crowned Miss Japan on Jan. 22, Ukrainian-born Carolina Shiino cried with joy, thankful for the recognition of her identity as Japanese.
Los Angeles Times owner Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong has appointed Terry Tang, editor of the editorial page, as the paper’s executive editor on an interim basis.
A petition has been launched urging the City Council of Seattle to officially recognize Lunar New Year 2024 as a citywide celebration before Feb. 10.
There aren’t many places that are farther afield from Korea than Port Angeles, at least 50 years ago.