So far, the task of loosening marijuana laws has been left to individual states to implement. But that changed when the Democrats won control of the House of Representatives last month.
“The states … Read Full Article
A former Washington state student has plead guilty to criminal charges after his grandmother reported his plans to carry out a mass shooting at his school.
18-year-old Joshua Alexander O'Connor entered a new guilty plea to attempted first-degree murder, … Read Full Article
House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Adam Smith (D-WA) released the following statement in response to the extension of the deployment of active duty troops at the southern border through January 31, 2019:
“I continue to strongly question the … Read Full Article
The holiday season means family time for most Americans, but that’s not the case for many U.S. military personnel who can’t return home to eat turkey dinners, open presents, light the menorah or participate in other traditions.
It’s a situation veterans who … Read Full Article
Want to spread goodwill this season? Practice in the parking lot.
As we all know, the holidays are a time of giving – and giving back. Acts of generosity, such as shopping for thoughtful gifts, putting coins into the red charity bucket, donating food or … Read Full Article
The holidays bring lots of good food, drink, and socializing, but sometimes the conversations may be short due to what you’re eating.
If you wonder why people keep a safe distance during these festive occasions, it might be because of your bad breath. Some of … Read Full Article
Snoqualmie Casino and the Seattle Seahawks announced today a new partnership granting Snoqualmie Casino the use of the Seattle Seahawks logo and marks for advertising and collaboration for on-site promotions. The partnership is the first of its kind between a … Read Full Article
Bleary-eyed after their nearly six-hour road trip from small-town Colville, Wash. to Renton, players from Colville High School’s football team emerged from their busses. Dressed in a variety of maroon and grey athletic gear, the team quietly filed into … Read Full Article
The former Seattle Seahawks star -- an original member of the famed Legion of Boom defense -- was accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend's apartment in La Verne, CA on July 8 and allegedly chased her, dragged her and then smothered her in a carpet.
Her … Read Full Article
The truth is in the play, On Sunday, the Seahawks arrived firmly in the playoff mix with a 30-27 defeat of the Carolina Panthers that was their second straight victory conjured from an apparent defeat.
"We have come a long way," an ebullient Pete Carroll … Read Full Article
I’m reaching out to share news of the growing momentum behind breakout female literary voice Ayesha Harruna Attah’s new novel THE HUNDRED WELLS OF SALAGA (Trade Paperback Original; On-Sale: February 5th, 2019). Centered around the lives of two women during the … Read Full Article
Join us for the 3rd Annual Downtown Tacoma Holiday Haul Crawl. On Saturday, December 8th visit Pacific Avenue near UW Tacoma and the museum district to find a cornucopia of local businesses offering giveaways and holiday specials. In addition, there will be a … Read Full Article
Join 100 Black Parents for this
FREE family visit with Black Santa!
Sunday, December 16th, 2017
11AM to 4PM
Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
104 17th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
FREE PHOTOS WITH SANTA
KID FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES AND … Read Full Article
Seattle Parks and Recreation presents the Pathway of Lights at Green Lake on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., rain or shine.
Join thousands of families, friends and neighbors for this beloved Seattle tradition. Travel the 2.8-mile path around … Read Full Article
The Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) in partnership with Sawhorse Revolution selected Estelita’s Library to be the first ever recipient of a Tiny Cultural Space design and construction project. ARTS and Sawhorse Revolution invited local cultural and … Read Full Article
Audria Ann Perryman November 21, 1939 – November 17, 2018 Audria was born in Atlanta, GA and at the age of four, her family moved to Washington with their parents Hattie and Harrison Perryman. The family originally lived in Bremerton, WA and then moved to Remington Court in Seattle. As the eldest of nine and […]
Clenten was born March 25, 1974 to Samantha R. Davis and Willie Terrell in Seattle, WA, and he was received in heaven November 23, 2018, in the living presence of both parents, his children Clenten Jr, C’Zhai and Clenisha and their mother Shabrina Rigney, his sisters Adra Waits and Tami Terrell, his babe Angelina Wilson, […]
Reflection of Life Rosalind Lynette Stephens was born on March 31, 1948 in Memphis, TN to Dorothy Mae and Robert Lee Stephens. She was the second of eight children, and the eldest of two girls. Rosalind was a leader and strong willed from an early age. She graduated from San Diego H.S. in 1966 and […]
The Celebration of Life Service for Seattle Firefighter Roy Witt will be August 3, 2018 at 11am. He passed peacefully into the Lord’s presence on June 24, 2018. Please join us to celebrate and honor him at NW Foursquare Church in Federal Way at 34800 21 Avenue SW. This is not a funeral, […]
James Rufus Junior “JJ” passed away peacefully on May 27th, 2018 at Valley Medical Center surrounded by his children after a 25 year long battle with cancer. James was born to Mack Henry Junior and Annie Pearl Williams on March 7, 1942 in Braggs, Alabama. He was raised in Inkster, Michigan and graduated from Inkster […]