What motivates African Americans to continue to fight for their rights and to promote the legacies and contributions of their most prominent of leaders.
In a new order, Mayor Harrell is issuing instructions to departments to take immediate action in limiting the pandemic’s future negative impact on Seattle residents and collecting relevant data on the effectiveness of the moratorium.
Due to high absentee and quarantine rates, several schools have either transitioned to remote learning or have been closed.
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is seeing an increase in the number of “vaccine breakthrough” cases related to the recent increase in overall cases statewide.
King County’s Public Health Officer Dr. Jeff Duchin recently held a briefing to update the community on the status of the local fight against COVID.
House Democrats introduced a pair of bills last week to clarify portions of the historic police accountability package passed by the Legislature last year.
I-200 prohibits public institutions from discriminating or granting preferential treatment based on race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin in the areas of public education, public employment, and public contracting.
State Sen. T’wina Nobles has sponsored legislation to provide financial education and support to youth experiencing foster care.
Hamdi Mohamed will direct the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs; Maiko Winkler-Chin will lead the Office of Housing; Andrew Myerberg will join the Mayor’s Office as Director of Public Safety.
Senator George Fleming, a groundbreaking Washington State legislator and University of Washington Husky football legend, died on December 6, 2021, at age 83. For safety reasons, the Celebration of Life to honor and celebrate Fleming’s legacy has been postponed.