On Thursday, Tacoma Public Schools announced it will not start in-person classes on Monday, Sept. 28 after all.
People flying aboard commercial aircraft out of or into Washington state should expect to see enhanced sanitation efforts, social distance guidelines, and face cover mandates at airports soon in all public areas.
House Democrats say they are paring back their proposal in an attempt to jump-start negotiations with the Trump administration.
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment aid rose slightly last week to 870,000, a historically high figure that shows that the viral pandemic is still squeezing restaurants, airlines, hotels and many other businesses six months after it first erupted.
Gov. Jay Inslee released new guidelines for agritourism businesses on Monday, allowing businesses such as pumpkin patches, corn mazes, Christmas tree farms and berry farms to operate in councties under modified Phase 1, Phase 2, or Phase 3 of the state's reopening plan.
One father shared an account of the experience he and his son had, enduring COVID-19 symptoms for several months.
A very happy birthday to the oldest living Marine, Sgt. Dot Cole, who turned 107.
The pandemic, social unrest, job losses, and more recently the wildfires have the state's mental health experts on high alert. The stressors that are causing all of the mental anguish is unprecedented and it's concerning.
Two people who were staying at King County’s temporary shelter in Seattle to escape the poor air quality from wildfires have tested positive for COVID-19, the county Department of Community and Human Services said Thursday.
Tacoma Public School students are expected to be back in the classroom by the end of the month.
The popular downtown Edmonds Halloween event is the latest fundraising event the Chamber of Commerce has had to cancel. If something doesn't change, it could be the end of a chamber of commerce that's been around for 113 years.
It's the latest Edmonds Chamber of Commerce fundraising event to be canceled, leaving city leaders scrambling to save the local business network.
When it comes to restaurants and bars in the region, in some cases it's getting close to closing time, permanently.
There are now more than 30 million known COVID-19 infections around the world, according to Johns Hopkins University.
A teenager from Des Moines, Washington had a dream to make it big in show business. How she went from dark horse to front runner in the entertainment industry and changed perceptions in the process.
The “super spreader” event started with wedding attendees in the Katahdin region and spread to the community at large and to a nursing home in Madison.
A graduate student at the University of Washington filed a lawsuit demanding tuition reimbursement after the school shifted most of its classes online for the remainder of the year.
The Labor Department said Thursday that U.S. jobless claims fell by 33,000 form the previous week and that 12.6 million are collecting traditional unemployment benefits, compared with just 1.7 million a year ago.
Health departments that have been underfunded for decades say they currently lack the staff, money and tools to educate people about vaccines and then to distribute, administer and track doses to some 330 million people.