As a new CEO takes over, employees of the Seattle-based coffee giant are taking their demands to the street: Stop union-busting and bargain in good faith.
Findings of fraud or misuse remained rare despite short deadlines set for local governments to spend billions in emergency relief.
More and more drivers are fleeing deadly collisions across Washington state and the nation. Can advocates and officials find a solution?
Prolonged negotiations and mounting complaints at the Seattle-based coffee retailer show the obstacles a new labor movement faces.
Reporter Lizz Giordano discusses the recent labor organizing push in Washington and the struggles between Starbucks and its workers.
As food-stamp recipients see grocery budgets tighten, state proposals would shift money to already strained and short-staffed local services.
In King County, public health ambassadors with cultural connections help break down patient/provider barriers.
States were given a narrow window to fix long-standing flaws before federal agencies divvy $42B in infrastructure funds.
After billions in telecom subsidies, it may take a new public approach to connect some 'last mile' areas like rural Grays Harbor County to broadband.
Even with $605 million in federal aid, the state can't catch up with its growing maintenance backlog.
A 'once-in-a-generation' project could help Washington coastal cities Hoquiam and Aberdeen hold off economically devastating climate disasters.
Amid a retention crisis, rural hospitals turned to pricey travel-nurse agencies with little oversight or transparency. Now they need a way forward.
WA Recovery Watch published over 30 stories on funding delays, disparities and unspent aid. Here's what came from that reporting — and what's next.