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  • The Seattle Times humanizes Seattle’s homelessness crisis with “Portraits of Homelessness” event

  • The Seattle Times’ Pacific NW Magazine will present “Portraits of Homelessness” on Thursday, May 4, at 7:00 p.m. at Seattle Central Public Library. The “Portraits of Homelessness” event will feature a panel of Seattle Times journalists moderated by KUOW’s Ross Reynolds. Panelists include Tyrone Beason, project writer; Erika Schultz, project photographer; Daniel Beekman, Seattle Times city government and local politics staff reporter; and Vernal Coleman, Seattle Times staff reporter.more

  • The Seattle Times wins national visual journalism awards

  • Seattle Times staffers nabbed eight National Press Photographers Association 2017 Best of Photojournalism awards in the photography, video, multimedia and picture editing contests. Lauded as one of the largest photo contests for visual journalists in the world, The NPPA Best of Photojournalism contest draws thousands of entries from news photographers. Judges evaluate entries based on quality of content, narration, interactive execution and visual presentation. Read about our winnersmore

  • University of Idaho recognizes Editor Don Shelton with Silver and Gold Award

  • The University of Idaho Alumni Association honored Seattle Times Executive Editor Don Shelton, a 1976 graduate of the School of Communication (now Journalism and Mass Media), with a 2017 Silver and Gold Award at a ceremony on April 6. The Silver and Gold Award recognizes living alumni who have a distinguished record of achievement and service in his or her specialized area of endeavor.more

  • Reporter Lynda V. Mapes discusses her book, “Witness Tree,” on Q13 Fox

  • Environment reporter Lynda V. Mapes appeared on Q13 Fox this morning to discuss her book, "Witness Tree," and how it reexamines climate change from the perspective of a century-old tree. Mapes says she was looking to "cover climate change differently - to see the quiet testimony of nature." Her book publishes on Tuesday, Apr. 11. Watch the full interviewmore

  • Reporter Nina Shapiro talks discrimination at Electroimpact on KUOW

  • Guy Nelson talks with Seattle Times reporter Nina Shapiro about the discrimination allegations against Mukilteo aerospace company Electroimpact. The company is accused of discriminating against Muslims and single people. The company, which denies any wrongdoing entered into a consent decree with the state Attorney General's office.more

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound names The Seattle Times 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