Within a 12-year career, Auburn police officer Jeffrey Nelson has killed three people. Records obtained by KUOW reveal a litany of allegations that he has habitually engaged in misconduct, both toward civilians and colleagues alike.
A Seattle police sergeant was placed on paid administrative leave in August, pending the outcome of an investigation into an alleged car attack earlier that month.
Sgt. Michael Tietjen, who is accused of driving an unmarked police vehicle onto a sidewalk toward protesters on Capitol Hill on August 12, has a history of ethics investigations and excessive force allegations, according to court documents and a series of 2007 reports published by the Seattle Times.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has not licensed a coronavirus vaccine, although a series of clinical trials are underway.
But a microbiologist in Seattle has come under fire for claiming to have made one. He says he has administered it to others, including his son, who is a minor, and himself. He won’t say how many people he’s injected altogether.
Two teachers who resigned from Kennedy Catholic High School in February spent several months under the threat of losing their jobs upon sharing their same-sex engagements with school officials, according to their attorney.
The Archdiocese allegedly “wanted their keys and wanted them to be gone.”
Amid an ongoing KUOW investigation into Seattle Public Schools allowing abusive teachers to return to the classroom, district officials said they are revising teacher misconduct policies and reporting mechanisms.