Washington state lawmakers have pledged to provide support for this at-risk group by the end of the year.
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Opera singer Stephen Wall went from teaching on Zoom to performing on his east Ballard lawn.
Faith-based institutions like St. Joseph's have been finding creative new ways to worship together while staying safe and healthy.
Mural artists reflect on the role public art plays during pandemic isolation and protests.
Seattle grandmother Sadie Pimpleton was hospitalized with COVID-19 and says she saw the end. She’s now back home with her grandkids, finding ways to help others.
Kindergarten teacher Caitlin McNulty helps keep education accessible, safe and equitable during the coronavirus lockdown.
Beyond the Capitol Hill protests, young activists are finding creative ways to engage more people in the fight for change.
Redmond City Councilwoman Varisha Khan is navigating her first term from home while supporting her community through the pandemic.
As an operator for King County Metro, Clay McClure risks his own health and safety to keep the community moving during the pandemic.
Local leaders call the current demonstrations a new era for civil rights.
Molecular virologist Dr. Jesse Erasmus works on a team at UW Medicine aiding the global effort to find a COVID-19 vaccine.
Equipped with emojis, volunteers and Sunny the dog, Henry Liu delivers groceries to seniors in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District.
With gatherings limited, Farhiya Mohamed and her organization brought meals, supplies and joy to people’s homes during the holiday.
The idea of airships delivering provisions to the 1897 Alaskan gold fields gave rise to global sightings of fantastical flying machines.
Unable to gather in person, the Seattle-area Muslim community is still finding ways to connect and serve during the year’s biggest holiday.
In a pandemic, supermarkets become front lines. The workers brave risks to keep the stores running safely.