May Day 2017 in Seattle was in stark contrast to the previous half-dozen years: a handful of arrests, no property damage and no injured police...
May Day 2017
The Seattle City Attorney's Office filed criminal charges Tuesday morning against three men in connection with violence during Monday's May Day protests. Tavner Castle, 36,...
In what for the past several years has been a night in Seattle filled with vandalism and violence, a mostly peaceful affair took place. Even...
Opposing activists at Seattle's May Day demonstrations found common ground Monday when they passed a "peace joint" and a Pepsi at Westlake Park.
Violence marred May Day protests in Olympia and Portland.
Police say a planned rally by a far-right men’s organization called “the Proud Boys” could erupt into violence.
Immigrants’ and workers’ rights and cuts to military spending were the focus of a pair of rallies and marches on May Day in Seattle.
Here's a look at how the planned May Day events are unfolding across the city, including a march from Judkins Park to Seattle Center.
The May Day event includes hip-hop performances, food, live-painting and speakers, according to organizers.
Activists gathered peacefully to push for peace and immigrants’ rights during the day, while two groups of demonstrators — one showing support for President Donald...
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