Advertisement

Seattle

Latest Stories

seattle_homeless_initiative_24687.jpg

seattle_homeless_initiative_24687.jpg

FILE - In this Thursday, March 23, 2017, file photo, Seattle police officers Wes Phillips, left, and Tori Newborn talk with Corvin Dobschutz as part of a new team of outreach workers and officers that go out and connect homeless people to services, as the homeless man sits in his tent below a freeway and next to downtown Seattle. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray had proposed a multi-million dollar proposed city property tax hike to combat homelessness, but on Monday, April 3, 2017, he dropped the idea in favor of a voter-approved county sales tax increase. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

sanctuary_cities_seattle_10251.jpg

sanctuary_cities_seattle_10251.jpg

In this Nov. 9, 2016, file photo, then-Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, second left, speaks at a post-election event of elected officials and community leaders at City Hall in Seattle. The sanctuary-city policy championed by Mr. Murray and his successor in office, Mayor Jenny Durkan, has been criticized for permitting offenders like murder suspect Julio Cruz-Velazquez to commit heinous crimes after being released from custody, when they could have been deported to their country of origin. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File) **FILE**

immigration_arrest_seattle_87382.jpg

immigration_arrest_seattle_87382.jpg

FILE - In this March 8, 2017 file photo, Mark Rosenbaum, right, an attorney for Daniel Ramirez Medina, talks to reporters outside the federal courthouse in Seattle, as fellow attorneys, from left, Ethan Dettmer, Theodore Boutrous Jr., and Luis Cortes, look on. On Friday, March 24 2017, a federal judge upheld a decision not to release Ramirez, a Mexican man who was arrested near Seattle, despite his participation in a program designed to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally as children, saying Ramirez should challenge his detention in immigration court. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, file)

immigration_arrest_seattle_50391.jpg

immigration_arrest_seattle_50391.jpg

FILE - In this Feb. 17, 2017 file photo, a protester holds a sign that reads "ICE Hands Off DACA Families Free Daniel," during a demonstration in front of the federal courthouse in Seattle. On Friday, March 24 2017, a federal judge upheld a decision not to release Daniel Ramirez Medina, a Mexican man who was arrested near Seattle, despite his participation in a program designed to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally as children, saying Ramirez should challenge his detention in immigration court. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, file)

seattle_homeless_initiative_42147.jpg

seattle_homeless_initiative_42147.jpg

In this photo taken Thursday, March 23, 2017, nurse Eric Seitz, right, talks with a camper living in a tent along a sidewalk, as part of a new team of outreach workers and police officers that go out and connect homeless people to services in Seattle. Sixteen months after he declared a state of emergency on homelessness, Seattle’s mayor is asking voters in this liberal, affluent city for $55 million a year in new taxes to fight the problem. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

seattle_homeless_initiative_27011.jpg

seattle_homeless_initiative_27011.jpg

In this March 7, 2017 photo, a man wearing plastic bags in the rain carries belongings as he walks during a sweep to clear out people living at a homeless encampment known as "The Field," in Seattle's Stadium district south of downtown. Sixteen months after he declared a state of emergency on homelessness, Seattle’s mayor is asking voters in this liberal, affluent city for $55 million a year in new taxes to fight the problem. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

seattle_homeless_initiative_41873.jpg

seattle_homeless_initiative_41873.jpg

In this photo taken March 6, 2017, Seattle Police Officer Tawnia Pfaff makes her way past debris after talking with a homeless man living under tarps behind her in Seattle. Pfaff is part of a new team of outreach workers and officers that go out and connect homeless people to services in the city. Sixteen months after he declared a state of emergency on homelessness, Seattle's mayor is asking voters in this liberal, affluent city for $55 million a year in new taxes to fight the problem. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

seattle_homeless_initiative_19196.jpg

seattle_homeless_initiative_19196.jpg

In this March 7, 2017 photo, a Seattle Police officer, center left, talks to a man during a sweep to clear out people living at a homeless encampment known as "The Field," in Seattle's Stadium district south of downtown. Sixteen months after he declared a state of emergency on homelessness, Seattle’s mayor is asking voters in this liberal, affluent city for $55 million a year in new taxes to fight the problem. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

trump_travel_ban_lawsuits_30685.jpg

trump_travel_ban_lawsuits_30685.jpg

Attorney General Bob Ferguson, right, stands with members of his staff, including Solicitor General Noah Purcell, center, and Civil Rights Unit Chief Colleen Melody, second left, before speaking with the media on the steps of the federal courthouse after an immigration hearing there Wednesday, March 15, 2017, in Seattle. Hours before it was to take effect, President Donald Trump's revised travel ban was put on hold Wednesday by a federal judge in Hawaii. In a new court filing Wednesday, Ferguson said the state supports the arguments made in a related case filed by an immigrant rights group based in Seattle that alleges the ban discriminates against Muslims and violates federal immigration law. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

trump_travel_ban_lawsuits_91513.jpg

trump_travel_ban_lawsuits_91513.jpg

Attorney General Bob Ferguson, center, stands with Solicitor General Noah Purcell, left, and Civil Rights Unit Chief Colleen Melody as he speaks with media members on the steps of the federal courthouse after an immigration hearing there Wednesday, March 15, 2017, in Seattle. Hours before it was to take effect, President Donald Trump's revised travel ban was put on hold Wednesday by a federal judge in Hawaii. In a new court filing Wednesday, Ferguson said the state supports the arguments made in a related case filed by an immigrant rights group based in Seattle that alleges the ban discriminates against Muslims and violates federal immigration law. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

trump_travel_ban_lawsuits_47224.jpg

trump_travel_ban_lawsuits_47224.jpg

Attorney General Bob Ferguson smiles as he speaks with the media on the steps of the federal courthouse after an immigration hearing there Wednesday, March 15, 2017, in Seattle. Hours before it was to take effect, President Donald Trump's revised travel ban was put on hold Wednesday by a federal judge in Hawaii. In a new court filing Wednesday, Ferguson said the state supports the arguments made in a related case filed by an immigrant rights group based in Seattle that alleges the ban discriminates against Muslims and violates federal immigration law. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

trump_travel_ban_lawsuits_47914.jpg

trump_travel_ban_lawsuits_47914.jpg

Attorney General Bob Ferguson, left, arrives at the federal courthouse with spokesman Peter Lavallee before an immigration hearing Wednesday, March 15, 2017, in Seattle. Washington state has filed a backup motion in an effort to keep President Donald Trump's revised travel ban from taking effect as scheduled Thursday. In a new court filing Wednesday, Ferguson said the state supports the arguments made in a related case filed by an immigrant rights group based in Seattle that alleges the ban discriminates against Muslims and violates federal immigration law. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

mariners_dealin_dipoto_baseball_70473.jpg

mariners_dealin_dipoto_baseball_70473.jpg

ADVANCE FOR USE SATURDAY, FEB. 11 - In this Sept. 29, 2015, file photo, Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto speaks at a news conference in Seattle. Since arriving in Seattle as the Mariners general manager in September 2015, Dipoto has made more than 30 trades with the goal was to remodeling the franchise without increasing payroll through free agency. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

mariners_preview_baseball_63934.jpg

mariners_preview_baseball_63934.jpg

FILE - In this Jan. 26, 2017, file photo, Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto, left, greets manager Scott Servais, right, as Servais walks to the podium to talk to reporters in Seattle. Jerry Dipoto wanted to make sure Seattle manager Scott Servais needed to use name tags for the second straight year to kick off spring training. Another flurry of offseason moves have left the Mariners a significantly remodeled club headed to Arizona, but more in the manner of what Dipoto envisioned when he took over as Seattle’s general manager in September 2015. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)

seattle_pipeline_divest_57275.jpg

seattle_pipeline_divest_57275.jpg

Native American tribal members sing a welcoming song before a Seattle City Council meeting Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, in Seattle. The Seattle City Council has voted Tuesday to cut ties with banking giant Wells Fargo over its role as a lender to the Dakota Access pipeline project as well as other business practices. Wells Fargo manages more than $3 billion of Seattle's operating account. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

seattle_pipeline_divest_52068.jpg

seattle_pipeline_divest_52068.jpg

Olivia One Feather, center, of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, holds her fist up and cries tears of happiness after the Seattle City Council voted to divest from Wells Fargo over its role as a lender to the Dakota Access pipeline project and other business practices, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017, in Seattle. Wells Fargo manages more than $3 billion of Seattle's operating account. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

oil_pipeline_69637.jpg

oil_pipeline_69637.jpg

An attendee at a meeting of the City of Seattle's Finance Committee holds a sign that reads "Divest from Wells Fargo," Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, at City Hall in Seattle. The committee was debating whether Seattle should stop using Wells Fargo Bank, due in part to the bank's role as a lender to the builders of the Dakota Access Pipeline. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

oil_pipeline_32948.jpg

oil_pipeline_32948.jpg

Members of the City of Seattle's Finance Committee, including City Council members Kshama Sawant, fifth from left, and Tim Burgess, second from right, listen to a speaker advocating that the city divest from using Wells Fargo Bank, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, at City Hall in Seattle. The committee was discussing whether Seattle should stop using the bank, due in part to Wells Fargo's role as a lender to the builders of the Dakota Access Pipeline. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

oil_pipeline_04038.jpg

oil_pipeline_04038.jpg

City Council member Kshama Sawant, center, speaks during a meeting of the City of Seattle's Finance Committee, as she advocates that the city divest from using Wells Fargo Bank, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, at City Hall in Seattle. The committee was discussing whether Seattle should stop using the bank, due in part to Wells Fargo's role as a lender to the builders of the Dakota Access Pipeline. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

trump_travel_ban_washington_state_59587.jpg

trump_travel_ban_washington_state_59587.jpg

Seattle City Council members Rob Johnson, left, M. Lorena Gonzalez, center, and Tim Burgess, right, listen to a speaker, Monday, Jan. 30, 2017, during a Council meeting in Seattle. Council members passed a resolution Monday reaffirming that Seattle is a "welcoming city" that treats residents equally regardless of their refugee or immigration status. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

© Copyright 2022 The Washington Times, LLC
3600 New York Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002

Switch to Desktop version