Four new measles cases hit Western Washington
Four new measles cases have been diagnosed in Western Washington — two in King County, one in Pierce County and another in Snohomish County — bringing the total to 77 measles cases in Washington state this year.
‘A moment of reckoning.’ Microsoft grapples with questions, backlash after sexism email thread
On the morning of April 22, Microsoft broadcast a livestream to thousands of employees from Lindsay-Rae McIntyre, Microsoft’s chief diversity officer. She was there talk about the emails.
What did Seattle's presiding judge actually say about prosecutors? Here's the transcript
Seattle’s criminal justice system is at war.
Seattle judge refuses to step aside. ‘Correct your errors,’ he tells critics
A Seattle judge accused of judicial misconduct by the city attorney and King County's head of public defense says the statements made by his accusers are false.
Seattle head judge asked to step aside in damning letter from city prosecutors and public defenders
In a rare show of agreement, both Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes and Anita Khandelwal, director of the King County Department of Defense, are asking Seattle Municipal Court Presiding Judge Ed McKenna to step down.
A homeless man steals clothes from a Seattle Goodwill, goes to jail. His story isn’t unusual
Seattle charges people for stealing from Goodwill more than any other retailer. Almost one in three are homeless.
Sexual abuse laws poised for massive changes in Washington state
State lawmakers on Tuesday voted unanimously to make changes sexual abuse laws that advocates have been demanding for decades. The biggest: Going forward, there will be no statute of limitations for people who survived sexual abuse when they were under 16.
Boeing cuts down production of 737 Max as crash investigations continue
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg announced on Friday that his company would be cutting its production of the problem-plagued 737 Max planes.
Microsoft emails detail sexual harassment and discrimination – prompting Satya Nadella response
An internal email chain at Microsoft detailing women’s allegations of workplace sexual harassment and discrimination, first reported by Quartz on Thursday, has continued to grow and prompt responses from senior leadership, according to more than 90 pages of emails reviewed by KUOW.
70 percent of people who die in Washington and Oregon jails are still innocent by law
When Jeremy Lavender came back from a 15-month Army deployment in Iraq to live with his wife and new baby, “he wasn’t the same person,” according to...