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Justice Charles Z. Smith, key figure in Redress movement, passes away

Barrier-breaking Judge and active legal member of the Japanese-American redress movement, Justice Charles Z. Smith died on Sunday, August 28.

Three killed, one injured in shooting in Mukilteo

Three dead and one wounded in shooting at a house party in Mukilteo over the weekend.

White Center Teen Delves into Pop Pursuits with Fresh Perspective

Photo caption: Photo courtesy of Sarey Savy. Sarey Savy is a musician with a mission. The White Center resident, 17, is looking to break through as a pop star. He’s already signed to a record...

Video Dedicated to Anniversary of Vincent Chin’s Death

A Detroit auto industry worker, Vincent Chin was beaten to death on the night before his wedding by two men. As they shouted racial slurs at him, blaming the Japanese (Chin was Chinese) for...

Around the Nation: 6/1/2011

Taiwan Asks China to Stop Blocking Its Websites China’s practice of blocking Taiwan’s websites is an impediment to the goal of increasing information and cultural exchange between the two sides of the Strait, said Liu...

Breaking News: John Diaz Named Chief of Police

“I go everywhere in this country but nowhere in my mind. Maybe you can never really leave the past behind. It is in your head and outside your control,” writes Vasantha, the narrator who threads the short stories in Romesh Gunesekera’s latest book, Noontide Toll.

Breaking News: John Diaz Named Chief of Police

Mayor McGinn just annouceed John Diaz as the new Chief of Police. Chief Diaz is the first internal police chief in more than 30 years. He has worked his way up...

Rep. Hasegawa’s Small Business Bill on Governor’s Desk

“My bill went through a dramatic transformation in the Senate,” said state Rep. Bob Hasegawa (D-Seattle) about his House Bill 1096, which had the original intent of granting a bidding preference for in-state small...