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NORTHWEST NEWS

 

Photos: Hood to Coast 2014 Runners Cross the Finish Line

The race is known as the mother of all relays because it is the biggest in the world    

A Forgotten Riot that Rocked City Hall

The Skanner News has pulled from our archives a series of past articles and photos following a significant incident of civil unrest from 1998  

Metro Transit Rolls Out Reduced Fare Program

King County Metro Transit commuters who earn up to 200 percent of the poverty level qualify for reduced fares starting next spring  

 

AFRICAN AMERICAN OPINION / NEWS

 

From ‘Hands Up, Don’t Shoot’ to ‘Hands Up, Vote’

We must transform our anger over police brutality, poverty, and economic inequality into a massive voter turnout  

Differences in Black and White

Public opinion polls confirm a fact that has been documented in instances ranging from the O.J. Simpson verdict to recent events in Ferguson     

Ferguson: The Disaster Before Michael Brown's Shooting

Concentrated poverty with half of Ferguson's homes in foreclosure made the city a microcosm of the racial disparities in today's America

 

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

 

'Modern Family,' Brian Cranston Aim at Emmy Record

Netflix's freshman comedy series nominee 'Orange is the New Black' could score a breakthrough as the first online series to capture top Emmy Awards   

Kam Williams' Celebrity Interview: Damon Wayans, Jr.

Kam talks to Damon Wayans, Jr. about his new movie "Let's Be Cops"

Kam Williams Reviews Movies Opening Aug. 22, 2014

This week: Are You Here, If I Stay, Sin City, Kink, When the Game Stands Tall, 14 Blades, Love is Strange, The Prince

 

U.S. AND WORLD NEWS

 
 
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