In January, the University of Washington scrubbed its website of a program funded by the founders of Purdue Pharma.
News of a second cured HIV patient broke in Seattle this week. But Fred Hutch has been making its own significant progress.
Despite numerous cases in Washington state, opposition to mandatory vaccination remains fierce.
Many Washington lawmakers would like to get rid of the state's sales tax on feminine hygiene products. The question is how to pay for it.
Workers had the option to wait out the storm, but King County’s Meals on Wheels took to the streets anyway.
In an unusual step, House Speaker Frank Chopp has personally introduced a bill to create a new hospital in Seattle.
The role of vaccines in protecting children is better understood in other parts of the world than among some people here.
Law enforcement is balking but a number of legislators in both parties think the law could be relaxed.
Days before the beginning of the Legislature, both parties agree that something must be done.
First responders are planning "for armageddon, worst case scenario" when the Alaskan Way Viaduct closes for three weeks.
UW researchers developed a new software program named DeepSqueak to jumpstart a Rodent Rosetta Stone.
A state Supreme Court decision, which blocked a King County vote, could bring about a statewide initiative.
The proposed rule would put noncitizens who receive Medicaid and food stamps at risk of deportation.
Two looks at the statewide measure that would ban new local retail taxes or fees on foods and beverages.
Policies that hurt the health care of immigrants can put all Washingtonians at risk.
A new study delves into the links between climate change, wildfires and human health.