Coronavirus concerns will have firefighters living differently and likely doing less.
After peaceful demonstrations turn to chaos, Interstate 5 is shut down and the governor calls in the National Guard.
Jobless rate hits 40% in some immigrant neighborhoods near Sea-Tac.
Some counties have salons and restaurants opening, while others are still waiting.
Congregants adapt to drive-in and other alternative services as Pacific Northwest churches focus on prayer over politics.
Courting voters on Zoom, making ice cream on Facebook Live — candidates get creative to try to win your vote.
Tired and stressed already, health officials across Washington state say they’ve seen an increase in abusive messages during the pandemic.
As state officials chase after fraudsters, here’s some information on what’s going on and how you can protect yourself.
Unable to gather in person, the Seattle-area Muslim community is still finding ways to connect and serve during the year’s biggest holiday.
'Tiny little wildfires' of infection push the spread faster and death rate higher in some states.
Here’s what those who rallied for the state to reopen had to say about science, mortality and risk.
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown one of the largest construction projects in Seattle history into financial crisis.
Seattle's 'Ramps to Nowhere,' built 50 years ago to feed an imagined expressway, are finally coming down.
In the complicated process for federal relief, community groups are stepping in to help their neighbors.
Western State Hospital has mostly stopped accepting jail transfers, leaving inmates with mental illness in limbo.
Seattle and King County are strongly encouraging people to wear masks in grocery stores and other public spaces to help stop COVID-19 transmission.