During the upheaval of the pandemic, Wes Yoo found himself turning to the food he grew up with.
One of the most challenging moments of my life taught me resilience. We need that now more than ever.
The dismissal led to a blistering ‘personal’ email from a top state official, who then herself was fired from her Health Department post.
Starting in mid-2022, people will be able to dial 988 instead of 911 to access different types of services in a mental health crisis.
The state secretary of health discusses the decision to remove pandemic restrictions, the risks that come with it, and the strange new reality Washingtonians are about to enter.
From art galleries to public libraries, government agencies and nonprofit groups work to keep Washingtonians healthy and safe.
Crosscut answers your questions about what life without COVID restrictions may look like: Updated with more information about masks for the unvaccinated and answers to other reader questions.
As summer ramps up and the Northwest reopens, tow truck drivers want states to adopt laws that could save their lives.
Seattle is one of the last major cities with a large LGBTQ+ population to get a permanent, public and physical space for grief and remembrance.
As the world reopens, a few community members are still putting their bodies on the line for science in UW research for another vaccine.
Seattle can be a lonely place, so Native doulas work to make their clients feel like family.
Smoke forecasting is notoriously hard to do, but a new tool from the state Department of Ecology may help us anticipate hazardous air five days in the future.
The state’s push to protect access to health care for transgender people contrasts with recent actions in other state legislatures.
Dr. Nicholas Christakis discusses the future after the pandemic and the lasting impacts on how we live.
The hospital’s examination comes amid continuing fallout from the resignation of Dr. Ben Danielson. But a previous report shows it’s been an issue since at least 2008.
From medical studies to compost, here's how my body can be used up after I die.