At Seattle's Impact Salish Sea Elementary, educators focus on 'imaginary play' to help build social and learning skills disrupted by the pandemic.
Barring a recount, the city will change its approach to primary elections.
Virginia Cross, the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe’s chairwoman for over four decades, was chosen for her devotion to economic and educational issues.
Washington farmers avoided a bird flu outbreak, but rising supply costs will hit home cooks.
In a legal gray area, EvergreenHealth commissioners approved including pandemic relief funds in the hospital's financial performance.
Ballard Food Bank spent about $300,000 on yearly groceries pre-pandemic. This year, they plan to spend $1.5 million.
El banco de alimentos de Ballard gastaba anualmente, antes de la pandemia, aproximadamente $300,000 en artículos comestibles. Este año, tienen planeado gastar $1.5 millones.
State lawmakers use the projections to parse funds for schools, prisons, parks and social services. But will the economic dip affect their blueprint?
After the tragedy at Ingraham High School, thousands of students across Seattle rallied for mental health support and stricter gun control measures.
Some conservative voters stayed home in Eastern WA, even as competitive races on the west side boosted Democrats.
A proposal from Washington's Public Works Board would limit the power of private companies' objections to stall public broadband projects.
California investors hope to strike it rich by building a huge crypto operation in the remote town of Usk. But the community isn't so sure.
This year, St. James Cathedral's annual Mass marked a grim record: the highest number of deaths in the tradition's 20-year history.
The majority of national polls predicted that the most contentious races were going to be close. And boy, were they.
Though protesters forced a change of venue, families say the YWCA event — which involves drag queens reading books to children — was a success.
Abortion providers predicted Roe’s reversal would cause an influx of out-of-state patients. New data and clinic reports show they were right.