The bill’s intent is that, in subsequent years, salaries will continue to increase along with rising inflation.
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Setting the story straight: The brother of Elijah Lewis speaks on his death and legacyKayvon Bumpus
To start off, Dunham shut the door on right-wing “Seattle is Dying” narratives that have inevitably been stirred from Lewis’ death. “The guy [Cooney] had a concealed carry. He was a citizen, he was ‘normal’, he wasn’t homeless,” he scoffed.
On Tuesday, Apr. 11, community and technical college faculty across Washington state staged a walkout to protest low funding. Seattle Central College (SCC) faculty and students joined the state-wide movement, displaying passion and solidarity in…
Friends and community members blocked the intersection of Broadway and Pine to call for justice in the recent road rage incident that took Elijah Lewis’ life and injured his 9 year old nephew.
What you don’t know about Afghanistan: Leahy Law, Zero Units, and the CIAKayvon Bumpus and Catherine Maund and Kayvon Bumpus and Catherine Maund
Particularly characteristic of the Zero Units were their “night raids” – operations conducted after dark that often involved sweeping civilian communities for insurgents. Billing documented dozens of raids by the 02 Unit, operating in eastern Afghanistan. Storming through villages indifferent to fatalities in their wake, the CIA-backed 02 Unit made a terrifying name for itself in the area surrounding the city of Jalalabad.
As excitement has been building for the thousands expected to attend the conference, there also comes fear from those who have made issue with the mask policy currently in place.
The Seattle branch of Feminists for Jina, “a group of intersectional and internationalist feminists from Iran in diaspora and exile,” gathered at Westlake Park today, Mar. 4, 2023, for a rally. The “Woman, Life, Freedom”…
The American Federation of Teachers Seattle Local 1789 (AFT) continues their struggle to obtain a living wage for instructors at the Seattle Colleges District (SCD). Although Seattle’s cost-of-living is in perpetual ascent, and faculty at…
Cinephiles will be relieved to hear that, contrary to what recent headlines have declared, Seattle’s Regal Meridian 16 theater is not closing, according to theater staff members.
Jaahnavi Kandula, 23, was struck and killed by a speeding police car on Jan. 23, in a crosswalk at Dexter Ave N and Thomas St, in South Lake Union. Kandula was an immigrant from India attending Northeastern University where she was earning her master’s degree. She was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital, KIRO-TV reported.