There's a growing crop of politicians who identify as abolitionists. That includes two candidates for Seattle office on the Nov. 2 ballot. Nikkita Oliver and Nicole Thomas-Kennedy discuss abolitionism and how it will affect their leadership if elected.
Attorney general files charges against Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer in run-in with newspaper carrier
Fire broke out at the Islamic Center of Tacoma on Oct. 11, just before evening prayers were about to start. The incident, which is being investigated as arson, has taken the community by surprise.
An attorney says former Washington State University football coach Nick Rolovich’s termination for refusing to get a COVID-19 vaccination was unlawful and an attack on his Catholic faith. Attorney Brian Fahling also says Rolovich intends to take legal action.
The Tiptons saxophone quartet present a new multimedia performance at the Earshot Jazz Festival this weekend. Their collaboration with Correo Aereo is called Mujer o Bruja? Other upcoming concerts include Immanuel Wilkins, Giveton Gelin, George Colligan, Ahamefule J. Oluo, and FUTURENOT.
COVID-19A vaccine verification mandate goes into effect next Monday in King County. You’ll have to show proof of COVID vaccinations to gather in most public places.
KNKX Public Radio is working to keep you updated on the latest developments of the outbreak of COVID-19 in and around the Puget Sound.
Homelessness on the West Coast is rising to crisis levels at a time of historic economic growth and prosperity. Why? KNKX Public Radio and The Seattle Times' Project Homeless spent one year in a city that’s grappling with homelessness. What’s it like to live outside for months on end? What’s it like when tents come to your neighborhood? What new solutions can city leaders find? This is Outsiders.
Transmission is a podcast about life at the heart of an epidemic. As the nation copes with the unfolding Coronavirus pandemic, hear what it’s like in the Pacific Northwest, at the vanguard of the COVID-19 outbreak.
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