Some Washingtonians rallying to reopen the state say their perspective goes beyond politics.
'Tiny little wildfires' of infection push the spread faster and death rate higher in some states.
Lessons on catastrophe from new books about the atomic bomb and the eruption of Mount St. Helens.
With trash transfer stations closed during COVID-19, state leaders tell locals to stop leaving waste by roadsides.
While most Americans are focused on COVID-19, people in Eastern Washington also worry about poor maintenance at the infamous nuclear site.
Family courts are closed except for emergencies, leaving many scrambling to improvise new parenting arrangements.
Washington might be known for its skiing and snowboarding, but some take to a spot near Leavenworth in hopes of catching perch and other fish.
A slate of measures intended to support low-income residents and reduce homelessness awaits a vote by the city council.
No consensus has emerged as to whether Shea should be expelled after an independent investigation found he took part in domestic terrorism.
A collaboration between UW and Dayton, population 2,500, is changing how Washington brings mental health care to rural communities.
The county remains a liberal bastion, but conservative ideas are thriving elsewhere across Washington state.
A report says the Spokane Valley Republican aided three armed conflicts against the U.S. government and ‘condoned political violence and intimidation.’
These hospitals can mean the difference between life and death.
Garfield County voters helped pass the initiative for $30 car tabs. But its elected officials are worried they'll lose their entire transit system as a result.
A new report from the University of Washington reveals at least one way immigration officials are identifying undocumented immigrants for arrest.
As wildfires become more common, Washington firefighters are creating support networks for their communities to deal with the mental trauma.