The artwork of seven artists living with dementia is on display at Seattle City Hall.
First responders are planning "for armageddon, worst case scenario" when the Alaskan Way Viaduct closes for three weeks.
The lawsuit asserted that PeaceHealth discriminated against a 16-year-old transgender boy seeking coverage for top surgery.
The proposed rule would put noncitizens who receive Medicaid and food stamps at risk of deportation.
Somalis say Washington's home care aide certification exam is poorly translated. Only 56.6 percent passed the test in 2018.
Thanks to the Legislature, $16 million is going into expanding services and capacity in Washington state.
Seattle's Odessa Brown Children's Clinic is scheduled to break ground next year for a second location at the Othello light rail station.
Does faith-based health care have a future in a historically unreligious Washington state?
QueerDoc uses video visits to reach the LGBTQ patient population in both urban and rural areas.
A look at the broken mental health system through the experience of one woman.
Like the California rule struck down Tuesday, King County requires crisis pregnancy centers to say what they are — and aren't.