Morning News Brief
The Senate next week considers the impeachment resolution against President Trump. Why wasn't a threat report produced ahead of last week's pro-Trump rally? And, Arizona opens mass vaccination sites.
U.S. Continues To Lag In COVID-19 Workplace Safety, Former OSHA Official Says
Ten months into the pandemic, the Trump administration is neglecting safety at meatpacking plants and other workplaces, a former top federal official says.
How The COVID-19 Relief Bill Targets Unemployment Pains, Including The Growing Issue Of Overpayment
The new massive coronavirus relief bill that President Trump signed on Sunday also includes extended support for unemployed people.
How One Santa Is Preventing COVID-19 — 'The Grinch' — From Stealing Christmas Joy
Some Santas are meeting with children in-person, with social distancing and masks, while others are doing virtual visits.
New Louisville Police Chief Takes The Helm During Tense Time In The City
Yvette Gentry will be the first Black woman to lead the city's police department. She discusses the Breonna Taylor case, the lack of Black police officers and the changes she envisions.
Pulled From The Archives: Evolution, Science, And Black In Seattle
As the year winds down, The Record looks back at some of our favorite KUOW stories from 2013.
Response To "Black In Seattle: Dating Woes"
Tonya Mosley's Black in Seattle series concluded Thursday with a look at the challenges black women have in finding partners, called he "marriage freeze."
Finding A (Black) Man: Dating Woes For Seattle's Black Women
In 2002, Seattle Times columnist Jerry Large wrote about the black experience in Seattle in which black women complained about how few black men there were to date. One woman said, "Seattle is hard on black women's dating aspirations."
Black Man, White City: 'It's Unnecessarily Stressful'
On a map, Seattle is a blue dot – often described as liberal and tolerant. But it’s not always comfortable for black men who say they experience racial profiling and discrimination.
Black In Seattle: 'Perceptions May Be Different Than Reality'
What is the black experience in Seattle?