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.
Although COVID-19 has been around for a while now, old and new lies still continue to confuse people around the world.
While a federal judge on Wednesday declared illegal a revised version of a federal policy that prevents the deportation of hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, he declined to order an immediate end to the program and the protections it offers to recipients.
Referee Yoshimi Yamashita will return to Qatar to make more soccer history at the men’s Asian Cup in January after she worked in the country last year at the men’s World Cup.
As manager of her family’s restaurant, Ho-Lee Noodle House, Lana Lee is headed to Irvine, California for a restaurant convention, with her older sister Anna May along for the ride.
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(APCC) in Tacoma broke ground on a new facility on Sept. 8, significantly called “home,” which will replace their outdated and outgrown structure, at the same location in South Park, Tacoma.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.”
Katherine Hui made it two big victories for American teenagers at the U.S. Open on Sept. 9, winning the junior title.
In a revealing study conducted from July 2022 to January 2023, the Pew Research Center has found that one-in-five Asian American adults in the United States have concealed elements of their cultural heritage from non-Asians at some point in their lives.
The U.S. Justice Department announced on Wednesday a resolution in a lawsuit against the American Samoa Government (ASG) over claims that they treated a former employee unfairly because she is transgender.