After violence on May Day the past two years, Seattle police say they’re ready for marches this May 1.
Seattle police who were caught off-guard last year by May Day violence say they’re prepared to handle Wednesday’s marches and rallies in the city.
A year after anarchists went on a rampage in downtown Seattle, organizers of Wednesdays’ May Day march hope the focus turns back to reforming the nation’s immigration laws.
Seattle police are asking the public to help identify five more people shown in video of violence during May Day demonstrations.
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May Day demonstrators who marched through Seattle turned violent Tuesday, as several black-clad protesters used sticks to smash downtown store windows and ran through the streets disrupting traffic.
Local officials are warning of traffic disruptions and a possibility of violence as several May Day rallies and marches are set to converge in downtown Seattle Tuesday.
Occupy Seattle, immigrant rights groups and others will hold a series of rallies and marches on Tuesday.
You may put a bouquet on a neighbor’s door step to celebrate May Day. Or you might want to go to one of these Puget Sound events that include art, marine animals, music and even a Maypole!
We may not be dancing around Maypoles, or leaving baskets of flowers at our neighbors’ doors these days, but there are some fun things happening in Seattle to celebrate May Day.