Last week, the Trump administration halted a three-decade push to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades. But advocates say there's still hope.
“People are coming. They’re here. So how do we keep everybody safe? Because we don’t even have a hospital here.”
Latinx community leaders say the agriculture industry and state officials have left workers unsafe and forgotten.
Rural towns in Washington saw anywhere from 30 to 1,300 participants. In one town, that accounted for more than 50% of the population.
The coronavirus is depleting the financial reserves of many rural clinics, which are often the only health care choices for low-income patients.
Few in-state options means some parents must choose between the health of their kids and being with them.
Some Washingtonians rallying to reopen the state say their perspective goes beyond politics.
Here’s what those who rallied for the state to reopen had to say about science, mortality and risk.
Nonprofits and government agencies are spending millions every week to meet a historic need in the wake of record-breaking unemployment.
Left in the lurch, caregivers risk their lives to keep clients safely at home: ‘You don't get any more front line than being in somebody's bedroom.’
A mother wasn't informed that her son's juvenile facility had a confirmed case. She wants transparency — and her child out.
For ‘Lightning’ Bill Austin, life in a Methow Valley lookout tower isn’t too different from life under social distancing.
Government officials are worried about "trading one public health crisis for another" as food supplies quickly disappear due to high demand.
Hospitals across the state are readying for COVID-19 with triage tents, pop-up clinics and a hunt for crucial supplies.
Diverse communities are starting to see Washington’s new Voting Rights Act employed.
A person strangled by an abusive partner is 750 times more likely to be killed by that same person, but the signs often aren't visible.