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Man Alleges George Santos Was Behind an ATM Fraud Scheme

The scheme involved taking ATM numbers from tourists visiting Seattle’s Pike Place Market, then sending them to Brazil.

Are Anti-LGBTQ+ Extremists Behind Attacks on Power Grids?

The latest vandalization in Washington state occurred only weeks after one in North Carolina -- both left thousands without power. 

LGBTQ+ Topics and Race Censored by Washington School Board

The policy prohibits students from becoming "indoctrinated" to recognize systemic racism.

Seattle Pacific Staffer Comes Out Amid Lawsuit Over Anti-LGBTQ+ Bias

"My name is Kristi Holt and I am a lesbian," a chemistry lab coordinator and adjunct instructor at the Christian school wrote in a recent email to faculty and staff.

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Washington's Conversion Therapy Ban

A therapist had claimed the ban infringed on his free speech and religious liberty rights. But Washington State's regulation of the practice is appropriate, the court ruled.

Christian School Sues Over Washington AG's Probe of Anti-LGBTQ+ Bias

Seattle Pacific University says Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson is interfering with its religious freedom.

Low Monkeypox Vaccine Supply Means Some Have Traveled to Canada For It

A Seattle gay man says he and his friends found it easier to get the vaccine in British Columbia.

Two Patriot Front Members Charged With Defacing Washington Pride Mural

Men who were arrested last month in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, have been charged with crimes involving anti-LGBTQ+ vandalism in neighboring Washington.

Arsonist Behind Fire at Seattle Gay Bar Pleads Guilty to Hate Crime

"I think it's wrong that we have a bunch of queers in our society," Kalvinn Garcia told police after being arrested.

Seattle Pride Cut Ties With Amazon Over Anti-LGBTQ+ Donations

The organization turned down a significant contribution by the online retailer for naming rights to the Pride event.

SCOTUS: Bisexual Lawyer's Suit Against Christian Group Can Go Ahead

The attorney had filed the lawsuit against the organization after the group said it had rejected his application for a job due to its code of conduct, which "excludes homosexual activity."

Gay Ex-Amazon Employee Claims He Was Hit On by Female Boss, Then Fired

Jonathon Fahlberg says he was fired for being gay and for complaining about his supervisor's bullying and sexual advances.

Anti-LGBTQ+ Washington Lawmaker Dies After Contracting COVID-19

Doug Ericksen opposed marriage equality and transgender rights -- and he also opposed COVID vaccine mandates.

Washington Florist Settles With Gay Couple, Ends Court Battle

Robert Ingersoll and Curt Freed sued Barronelle Stutzman, who refused to provide flowers for their wedding, and won in state courts; Stutzman has now ended her appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Rikkey Outumuro Is 44th Trans Person Killed in 2021, Tying 2020 Record

Outumuro was a beloved drag performer and advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. Her boyfriend has been charged with her murder.

Trans Student Left Bruised After Assault at School

Police say one student has been charged with the attack.

Trans Teen Nikki Kuhnhausen's Killer Sentenced to Nearly 20 Years

David Bogdanov of Washington State received the maximum sentence for second-degree murder.

Washington Man Convicted of Murder, Hate Crime in Trans Teen's Death

David Bogadanov, found guilty in the death of Nikki Kuhnhausen, became outraged after discovering she was trans.

Superfine, an Art Fair by and for LGBTQ+ Millennials, Hits Seattle

"We built Superfine to be a warm, welcoming space where people who loved art as much as we did could collect it without barriers," its founders say.

'Reparations Fee' at Black Pride Event Sparks Complaint by Rival Group

Capitol Hill Pride in Seattle complained about Taking B(l)ack Pride charging admission to whites only but is now seeking "common ground."