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If Americans are to receive all of their electricity without coal and natural gas by 2035, they will need nuclear power. Even if Washingtonians, who… Continue reading
The Census Bureau has been told to cut its work short, making your response even more important.
Secretary of State Kim Wyman is the lone Republican who looks strong heading into November.
Bipartisan legislation in the U.S. House would offer tax credits to advertisers and subscribers.
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
Based on comments from elected officials and police, the Black Lives Matter movement is picking up political momentum just in time for the 2021-2022 budget… Continue reading
Far too few people remember the 1972 Seattle billboard: “Would the last person who leaves Seattle please turn out the lights?” The reference was to… 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.
Our country is at a defining moment in our search for true equality. Another murder of a Black man at the hands of a white… Continue reading
Moving forward, the Kent Reporter will capitalize Black when referring to the race, ethnicity and culture of Black people. It has long been the practice… Continue reading
“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
Police chiefs of Des Moines, Tukwila, Renton, Federal Way, Kent, Auburn, Algona, Pacific, Black Diamond and the Port of Seattle pledge to stand with communities.
I have always been a firm believer that out of something bad comes something good.
Last year, most political insiders thought 2020 would be a big Democratic year in our statewide elections and might be among the most exciting years… Continue reading
When enjoying the great outdoors, continue to socially distance and be aware of how else COVID-19 has changed our world.
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.
Since the COVID-19 outbreak began, Asians and Asian Americans have been targeted.