KOMO News 4 expedites the release of “Seattle Is Dying 2: A Modest Proposal,” a follow up documentary to their hard-hitting first installment.
On the heels of the CBC report on sexual abuse in amateur sport, David Telles-Langdon calls for a real way to protect young athletes.
How a benefit for the working poor was turned against them. Paul Kiel and Jesse Eisinger report.
Despite the insistence of Ben Carson that Metropolitan St. Louis is “mission accomplished,” its HUD-controlled housing authority is bankrupt and things are getting worse. Molly Parker reports.
Lizzy Huang interviews journalist Feng Xin about her quest to open up public data in China.
The Star’s regularly irregular poetry and music show comes to town again this Monday. I.M. Fletcher hips you to it.
A short memorial for Seattle’s queen of comedy, by Omar Willey.
Government records officers frequently cite privacy restrictions to deny data requests. Annie Waldman offers some tips on how to overcome or sidestep these barriers.
Five years ago, The Data Journalism Handbook established a new baseline for investigative journalism. The new second edition updates the first with techniques and stories from The Panama Papers, The Migrants’ Files, Electionland and other prize-winning innovations.
Ginamarie Emanuel, 52, is the co-Chair of the King County Democrats Committee on disabilities in Seattle, which has not yet voted on these…