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KUOW: She was raped 15 years ago. Her rape kit was finally tested and turned up a match

KOMO 4: 12 years later, Ore. woman's rape kit reveals match with King Co. homicide suspect

Renton Reporter: Recognize abuse of power

KUOW: No time limit for reporting childhood sexual assault in Washington

Renton Reporter: Standing up to sexual assault - A letter to our Renton community

KUNS/Univision Seattle: Existe ayuda en español y gratuita para las víctimas de ataques sexuales

Kirkland Reporter: Sexual misconduct reports triple following 'Report it to Stop it' campaign

KOMO 4: Reports of sexual misconduct on Metro buses tripled, officials say it's a good thing

KIRO-7: KIng County Metro: tripled sexual assault reports a good thing

Q13: Sexual misconduct reports spike in King County. That's a good thing, officials say 

KING 5 New Day Northwest: Talking to kids about sexual abuse

Seattle Times: Reports of sexual misconduct on King County Metro buses spike; tripling in one year

Real Change News: Reporter's Notebook: child care at City Hall; statute of limitations removed

KUOW: Sexual abuse laws poised for massive changes in Washington state

Seattle Times: Legislature eliminates statute of limitations for child sex crimes, the 'most important' reform in decades to support survivors

KIRO-7: Lawmakers poised to increase statute of limitations for sexual assault

KIRO Radio/MyNorthwest.com: Survivors, advocates worry about potential change to sex assault statute of limitations

Seattle Times: Measures aimed at helping victims of sexual assault gaining momentum in Olympia thanks to #MeToo movement

Seattle-PI.com: 'We need to catch up to the times': Series of sexual assault reforms introduced in Wash. Legislature

KIRO-7: Sexual assault survivors win in Washington House, push on to Senate

KIRO-7: Des Moines lawmaker seeks to clarify rape in the third degree 

KIRO-7: State Patrol: $6 million needed to process all backlogged rape kits


KCSARC in the News 2018

"Shining examples of the spirit of giving," Seattle Times, 12.25.18

"Advocates push again for a bill to remove the deadline to prosecute for rape," Seattle Met/PubliCola, 12.11.18 

"King County Prosecutor: It's time to modernize how sexual assault cases are prosecuted," KOMO-TV, 12.11.18 

"King County Sexual Assault Resource Center Experiencing New Normal," Real Change News, 11.27.18

"In limbo: Immigrant survivors of domestic violence, rape face deportation as they seek relief,"  SeattleP-I.com, 11.26.18 

"Sexual assault resource centers report high call volumes," Renton Reporter and Enumclaw Courier Herald, 11.8.18 

"King County sexual assault center reports jump in demand for services," Puget Sound Business Journal, September 10, 2018 (read article)

"2 charged with sex abuse on separate Seattle flights," KING-5, August 30, 2018 (read article)

"Two men face charges in separate cases for sexually assaulting women on flights," KOMO, August 30, 2018 (view)

"US Attorney prosecuting two cases of sexual assault on airplanes," KIRO-7, August 30, 2018 (view)
"Two men charged with sexual assault aboard planes headed to SeaTac," Seattle Times, August 31, 2018 (read article)


"Facts about sexual assault," SeattlePI.com, August 31, 2018 (read)

"Breanna Stewart embracing chance to help sex abuse victims," Washington Post, May 29, 2018 (read article)

"#MeToo sparked increase of calls to King County Sexual Assault Resource Center," KING 5, May 25, 2018 (view segment)

"King County Sexual Assault Resource Center's Mary Ellen Stone has always fought for survivors," Seattle Met, June 2018 issue (read article)

"Restorative justice may help but let's not forget victims," Seattle Times, April 29, 2018 (read article)

"Dando Voz helps survivors heal from sexual assault," KUNS Univision Seattle, April 18, 2018 (view segment)

"After MeToo movement, King County Metro Transit seeing more reports of sexual misconduct," Seattle Times, April 25, 2018 (read article)

"New push to stop attacks on King County buses," KIRO-7, April 24, 2018 (view segment)

"King County working to prevent sexual misconduct on Metro," Q13, April 24, 2018 (view segment)

"Statute of Limitations Bill Dies in the Senate," The Stranger, March 5, 2018 (read article)

"Consent 2.0: Conversations about consent, dealing with rejection need to happen repeatedly," Federal Way Mirror, January 28, 2018 (read article)

"Sexual assault resources available at and around the UW," The Daily, February 22, 2018 (read article)

"‘My insides are shattered’: Former UW swimmer, Olympic medalist Ariana Kukors opens up about alleged abuse," Seattle Times, February 12, 2018 (read article)

"CRIME WATCH: Families notified of former Seattle Public Schools employee’s arrest," West Seattle Blog, February 2, 2018 (read article)

"Play at Mercer Island High School sets stage for sexual assault conversation," Mercer Island Reporter, February 1, 2018 (read article)

"Sen. Patty Murray to bring Seattle sexual assault survivor to Trump's SOTU," KIRO 7, January 29, 2018 (read article)

"Girl tells school about 'bad touching,' babysitter now charged with child rape," KIRO 7, January 24, 2018 (read article)

"Rape Survivors in Washington State Run Against a Ticking Clock," Seattle Met, January 17, 2018 (read article)

"A House Bill Would Remove the Statute of Limitations for Felony Sex Offenses," Seattle Met, January 9, 2018 (read article)

"Mercer Island High School drama to present ‘Good Kids’ as winter play," Mercer Island Reporter, January 8, 2018 (read article)

"Seattle Settles Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Against Former Mayor," JDJournal, January 2, 2018 (read article)