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In Yakima, ICE Air flights bring money, fear — and division
One recent Tuesday, three large white buses pulled onto the tarmac of the Yakima Air Terminal. Soon after, 78 detainees ...
Saving Seattle's last 'exceptional' trees means getting to know them
It’s a warm Sunday in Magnuson Park and more than a dozen tree enthusiasts have gathered around a stray picnic bench. Diana ...
Fake kidnapping tale backfires: Inslee vetoes attempt to keep politicians’ financial info off the internet
The amendment was approved following a false story told by Sen. Tim Sheldon of an abduction in Mexico, implicating financial ...
When fake news made real news in Seattle
We hear a lot of about fake news these days, but hoaxes, stunts and mischief have been around awhile — much of it harmless — ...
Cards for humanity: A Seattle game maker wants to spark better conversations
A man sips from a beer absentmindedly, his eyes locked on his laptop, unbothered by the sun gushing through the tall windows ...
With Roe v. Wade under fire, WA must defend abortion rights
In 1991, people in Washington state saw the writing on the wall: The right to abortion was under attack. In a political ...
Seattle port could play key role in race to rule the Arctic
To aid in the rush for resources and shipping lanes, the U.S. has commissioned a new ice breaker. It’s likely to call Puget ...
Seattle’s new IT boss fires 14 directors as part of ‘organizational change’
A month after being confirmed as Seattle’s chief technology officer, Saad Bashir is taking an ax to the city’s information ...
This 93-year-old Republican can still hike into the wilderness he helped preserve
On Saturday a gaggle of folks, mostly Republicans, hiked up the Ingalls Creek Trail in the Cascades into the Alpine Lakes ...
Can tribes sue the government over climate change?
Over the years that Ray Fryberg Sr. has worked at the Tulalip Tribes Natural Resources Department, he’s watched climate ...
Why arming WA school officials might not be a bad idea
Pretend for a moment that you are scouting schools for your 8-year-old daughter. You want one with a rigorous curriculum ...
Skip the ATM: Congress may finally let you buy weed without cash
State treasurers are the latest group asking that Congress allow marijuana businesses to use bank accounts in states where ...