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Her mother died at age 74, after two decades of knowing that "something was going wrong.” In her new memoir, Ann Hedreen tells her mother's story - and her own.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Clinics in Auburn, Federal Way, White Center and Bothell are on the chopping block. Bad news for the 50,000 people who rely on them for care.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
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Mental illness is especially hard on homeless youth, who are six times more likely to develop psychiatric disorders than their non-homeless peers.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Tough talk from Kshama Sawant and others at annual gathering of Western Washington Physicians for a National Health Program.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
The state health benefit exchange gives Washingtonians a catalog of options for healthcare. What you should know before you buy.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
Mossback chimes in on legal weed, long hair, writing and counterculture.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Gov. Jay Inslee unveiled his new, higher target for fish consumption. Meeting it means lowering industrial pollution. Can lawmakers - and polluters - get down with 175 grams per day?READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
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Retail sales begin Tuesday but there's more to know to stay on the right side of state law.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
Commentary: The real driver of random gun violence? It's not the weapon. And there are ways to address it.READ MORE 35 COMMENTS
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The Supreme Court holds oral arguments on two big cases.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
With pot retailers slated to start selling in July, the state is ramping up efforts to keep kids out of the marijuana market.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
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