#GreaterSeattle: Fighting for tenant rights in South King County
by Katie Anastas
For Mónica Mendoza-Castrejón, growing up low-income gave her the inspiration to fight for the rights of renters in her community.
News & Politics
Bellevue mosque aims to rebuild after fire; arson charge filedby Hannah CoffaroJan 17, 2017
Prosecutors say there's no evidence the fire was a hate crime.
Arts & Culture
Ikea completes Washington’s largest rooftop solar installationby Timothy KenneyJan 18, 2017
Ikea stores in northern Europe already produce more energy than they consume, and there's reason to believe the new Renton store can do the same.
Race & Ethnicity
Angela Davis voices support for No Youth Jail movementby Chloe CollyerJan 17, 2017
Hundreds of people came to Town Hall last Thursday to see Angela Davis, a prominent figure in the Black Power and anti-prison system movements.
#GreaterSeattle: Turning a drug arrest into a new career pathby Kennedy WirthJan 5, 2017
Young people who get caught on drug crimes in King County have an alternative to being locked up: Getting sober and getting inspired with jobs at places like Urban ArtWorks.
New ruling signals more green cards for entrepreneurs and startupsby Tahmina WatsonJan 11, 2017
Self-employed entrepreneurs and startup founders haven't had a good route to get a green card... until now.