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 could mean for abortion access in Washington state, as well as policies on abortion pills, out-of-state travel and more.
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... and a few bills they left on the table.
Legislative proposals may help fill in large gaps by providing funds to train more nurses.
Patients already routinely travel into the state for abortion care. Clinics expect those numbers to grow.
Experts predict a 'long, winding road' to get past COVID but some wonder if we're seeing the end of the pandemic.
Nurses say the changes that would make them stay on staff — retention bonuses, compensation to work extra shifts, guaranteed rest breaks — have yet to be meaningfully implemented.
State officials said they want to make tweaks to the state’s new long-term care insurance program, after a flood of people sought to opt out.
Since Dr. Ben Danielson resigned last year, some say the hospital is making progress, but others think the leadership has fallen short to rectify its history with racism.
Early in the pandemic, reproductive health workers lead a push to make at-home abortion available to more Washington women. This is what happened.
Local author Josephine Ensign reveals how the city’s long legacy of poverty is crucial to understanding our current crisis.
From sewage to milk to vaccinations, naysayers have always obstructed mandates and measures.
Most attention goes to the committed anti-vaccine crowd but a quarter of those unvaccinated come from a more politically, racially diverse group.
Gov. Jay Inslee says about 60,000 state employees will be required to be vaccinated, even if they're still working from home.