Weeks into increasingly violent riots and demonstrations, activists in Seattle and Portland are spreading out their "direct actions" as a way to stretch police resources.
A group of concerned animal lovers managed to save an elephant seal pup after it was discovered trapped in a storm drain.
White people looking to book a vaccination appointment at one of four sites listed at the website of the African American Reach and Teach Health Ministry are instead being directed to join a waiting list.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport reported a surge of travelers during Easter weekend, as it continues to see passengers arrive in increasing numbers.
The eagle, which died after touching the power line, was taken to the Washington State Patrol as it was a protected species.
Seattle police picked up the case again in 2018 and used DNA from a blood clot found at the scene to piece together a profile of the suspect.
The videos showing the protests comes shortly after the Seattle Police Department released the names of the two officers involved in the recent fatal shooting, as well as body camera footage of the incident.
In a video of the scene posted on social media, an officer tells the group: "You cannot block police from exiting a police vehicle precinct."
Despite that historic civil unrest, the BLM movement somehow earned a nomination for a Nobel peace prize.
More than 1,600 doses of COVID-19 vaccine were administered in Seattle on Thursday after a malfunction in a refrigeration unit shortened the vaccine's shelf life.
"This officer…deliberately violated not only hospital policy but state-mandated public heath actions and common human decency," the nurse wrote in a viral Twitter thread.
In one attack, the man is seen approaching a 56-year-old woman from behind as she plants flowers on a Seattle sidewalk, kicking her in the side of her head and walking off.
Seattle police chief Adrian Diaz said that officers would be terminated if found to have taken part in a riot after Wednesday's protests.
The agitators are looking for a cause and they have their sights set on capitalists. Officials let them use the city as their playground and it's already gotten people killed.
Photos shared on social media on Thursday showed the block surrounded by wooden pallets forming a makeshift wall.
If there's not a national movement to attach themselves to, and a group they're looking to befriend for gain, white progressives stay silent.
Federal Judge Richard Jones found that some officers "often hurled blast balls into crowds of protestors" despite no threat having been identified.
The protest movements come as Amazon saw an incredible boost in sales throughout the pandemic, raking in as much as $1 billion a day in its third-quarter earnings.
Most members of the Seattle City Council had pledged to reduce the Seattle Police Department's funding by 50 percent over the summer.
A 17 percent Seattle Police Department budget cut was approved by a committee of the Seattle City Council on Thursday, while a proposal to redirect $9 million earmarked for the hiring of new officers in favor of "community-led public safety investments" was rejected.
You'd hope election results wouldn't lead to mass unrest, but in Seattle, Antifa and other agitators have shown a willingness to riot on a moment's notice.
Videos of the incident show the group of teens attempting to steal the anti-Biden sign.
"This dynamic is playing out in every metro in the nation no matter the demographic of residents, the party in charge or the state the city calls home," Indianapolis mayor Joe Hogsett said last week.
The businesses allege that the unlawfully took their private property for public use with no compensation and restricted their ability to conduct business.
In the footage, taken during protests in Seattle early on Thursday, an officer is seen pushing his bicycle over a person lying in the street.
The clip showed an officer being attacked with a police cone and a bat after falling from his bicycle.
Trump ordered the Office of Management and Budget to issue guidance on "restricting [anarchist jurisdiction] eligibility or otherwise disfavoring, to the maximum extent permitted by law," cities from federal grants.
The incident occurred just five days after George Floyd died while in police custody, according to the Seattle Office of Police Accountability report.