Jamika Scott, an organizer for the Tacoma Action Collective, explains the the history behind the term "redlining," which describes racially discriminatory housing and lending practices that have taken place across the country and were prevalent in Tacoma in the 20th century. She and others have asked environmental group RedLine Tacoma to change its name because of the word's racist history.
Minority girls from across Western Washington visited Pierce County Superior Court on Thursday for the Color of Justice event. They were there to learn about careers in the justice system. Women judges and justices talked about their own careers, and answered questions.
Jody Roberts, a former reporter for The News Tribune, was found in Sitka, Alaska, 20 years ago after vanishing for 12 years. She claims to have no recollections of her past and reappeared under a new name: Jane Dee. Video by David Montesino