All articles tagged "News"
News Tue 10:31 AM

“We’re Making It Work”

Seattle Librarians Slog Through Cyber Attack Fallout

News Jun 14 4:45 PM

Mayor Rolls Back Funding for Mental Health Support in Schools After Garfield Shooting

Students Demand the City Spend the $20 Million They Promised, Mayor Says It’s Not “Feasible”

Elections 2024 Jun 14 9:00 AM

Dave Reichert Wants to Put Ballot Boxes Near Firing Ranges

He Thinks the Move Would Increase Election Security

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News Jun 11 9:00 AM

SPD Sergeant Caught on Video Repeatedly Hitting Suspect Once Bragged About Breaking Nightstick on Someone

The Office of Police Accountability Has Opened an Investigation into Sgt. Nathan Patterson

News Jun 10 10:45 AM

The Pro-Palestine Challengers

Imraan Siddiqi and Melissa Chaudhry Call on Washingtonians to Vote Their Conscience into Congress

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News Jun 5 9:00 AM

VIDEO: Two Seattle Police Officers Caught on Camera Repeatedly Hitting Suspect

Witness Who Filmed Officers Called the Force “Excessive”

News Jun 4 11:00 AM

Text Messages Show Federal Monitor Expressing Little Concern about Claims of Racial Discrimination at Seattle Police Department

Group Chat also Reveals SPD Leadership Called Racial Discrimination Claims a Way to “Get Paid on Way Out”

News Jun 3 12:33 PM

Kent Police to Sweep 200 Migrants Sleeping Outside of Empty Hotel

“They Would Rather Send Us to Jail Than to a Shelter.”

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News Jun 3 9:08 AM

New Summer Hours Show Service Cuts Continue at the Seattle Public Library

Eight Weeks Are Up, but Hours Are Still Down

News May 31 9:00 AM

UW President Provides “Proof” of Antisemitic Graffiti … from Out of State

Protesters Call on Cauce to Retract Accusations of Antisemitism after Sending Faulty Evidence

News May 30 2:26 PM



News May 29 8:12 AM

Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz Out as Top Hog

City Launches National Search for New Police Chief

News May 28 6:52 PM

City Council Delays Last-Minute Attempt to Pull Money from Black and Brown Community Development Projects

BIPOC Organizers Chewed Out Maritza Rivera for Three Hours Straight

News May 28 9:00 AM

Seattle’s Winter and School-Year Eviction Moratoriums Could Be on the Chopping Block

Big-Time Landlord Asks Council to Exclude Renters with Income from Historic Protections

News May 24 9:00 AM

Sound Transit Board Rejects Dumb Light Rail Proposal from Amazon and Vulcan

Bruce Harrell Is Capable of Doing Good Shit

News May 21 9:00 AM

Is Washington Getting Its Own Cop City?

Potential for Militarization at New Lacey Training Center Spurs Concerns