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Sometimes being first isn’t good. Such is the case with legislation making Washington the only state to ban natural gas in new homes and commercial… Continue reading
In her famous essay “The Laugh of the Medusa,” Hélène Cixous resurrects the myth of Medusa — a gorgon whose terrifying glance turned onlookers into… Continue reading
By Kim Bogucki, For The Reporter In 2008, I began asking incarcerated people a seemingly simple question: “If there was something someone could have said… Continue reading
By Steven D. Strachan, Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs The old saying “all politics are local” has taken on new meaning as lawmakers… Continue reading
In even numbered years such as 2020, the legislative session is only 60 days long so that all the House members can get home to… Continue reading
A look at statewide offices in Washington.
Agreement and commitment is needed to address the causes of wildfires and climate change.
Can former Bothell mayor beat two Democrats for lieutenant governor post?
The federal law was established in 1939.
Making tough choices on cuts and revenue can’t wait until next year and hopes for better news.
As grocery store workers in King County, we experience the hard, cold realities of the COVID-19 pandemic every single day. And despite the fact that… Continue reading
By Dr. Adam Rothenberg Special to the Reporter According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, from 2013–2015, an estimated 54.4 million U.S. adults… Continue reading
Wearing a mask saves lives and saves jobs. And all across the state, Washington employers are leading by example in the fight to stop the… Continue reading
Don’t bully schools into reopening. Protect our students.
With a resurgence threatening, we need to take greater responsibility to keep the virus in check.
“Don’t make me come down there.” — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, in a tweet Saturday, after viewing video of New York City residents squeezing… Continue reading
When enjoying the great outdoors, continue to socially distance and be aware of how else COVID-19 has changed our world.
How can we, as neighbors, help each other?
Here are some ways to minimize your carbon footprint and protect the planet amid the pandemic.
KCLS has expanding its online resources so patrons can continue to learn, build skills, stay entertained and remain mentally and physically active amid the pandemic.