In a legal gray area, EvergreenHealth commissioners approved including pandemic relief funds in the hospital's financial performance.
Abortion providers predicted Roe’s reversal would cause an influx of out-of-state patients. New data and clinic reports show they were right.
Burdened with slow federal action, King County health officials are scrambling to get a limited supply of vaccines to the estimated 40,000 people who are at risk.
As the opioid crisis intensifies, nightlife venues, concert spaces and festivals are recognizing that being prepared could save lives.
The new system for reaching crisis counselors could bridge barriers for Black residents seeking mental health support. Yet, some advocates are hesitant to call it a victory.
A month after the FDA approved COVID-19 vaccines for children 6 months and older, families in Washington, Idaho and Montana face long waits and shipping delays.
Some felt uncertainty, then reclaimed dedication after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Federal recovery dollars 'saved' some critical access hospitals — but many small facilities still struggle with staffing and rising costs.
Beyond a rollback of abortion rights, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s team is preparing to face what might come next.
The clinic is expected to help accommodate the influx of people who will need Washington abortion services if Roe v. Wade is overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.
As a teenager, reporter Megan Burbank thought the gains her mother’s generation made for equality were here to stay. As a journalist, she found the opposite was true.
Zookeepers say giving animals more say in how their medical care happens improves their health and well-being.
Our reporting explains what an end to the landmark decision means for abortion access in Washington state, as well as policies on abortion pills, out-of-state travel and more.
The secrets to aging is in dogs.
Dr. Matt Kaeberlein studies how we can live forever … sort of.
... and a few bills they left on the table.