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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound Recognizes The Seattle Times as the 2017 Community Partner of the Year

  • The Seattle Times was recognized as Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Puget Sound’s 2017 Community Partner of the Year for its longstanding support at the organization’s annual BIG Breakfast Thursday at the Hyatt Olive 8. BBBS is a non-profit that specializes in matching volunteer mentors with children facing adversity. The Seattle Times has worked closely with BBBS for a number of years and has spotlighted its efforts through the Fund for the Needy annual giving program.more

  • Times Investigative Reporters Recognized with Open Government Key Award

  • Two Seattle Times investigative reporters will be honored by The Washington Coalition for Open Government for their use of state and federal transparency laws to expose a culture of money over care at Swedish Hospital in Seattle.  WCOG will honor two Seattle Times investigative reporters with a Key Award for their work on “Quantity of Care,” a Times Special Investigation that relied on public records to expose potentially dangerous practices designed to move patients in and out of the hospital in record numbers.more

  • Reporter Mike Baker talks about the Swedish investigation on Q13 FOX

  • Today on Q13 Fox News This Morning investigative reporter Mike Baker pulled back the curtain on work behind the Swedish Cherry-Hill neurosurgery investigation. The Times investigation detailed a dramatic rise in surgeries since 2013 and a commensurate rise in surgeons leaving integral work for fellows and assistants to perform. Q13 follows up with Baker to ask some pressing questions about consent, financial incentives, the resignation of the Swedish CEO and the scarcity of long-term investigations in today's journalism world.more