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.
When it comes to restaurants and bars in the region, in some cases it's getting close to closing time, permanently.
Wildfire smoke lingers on throughout the region and people are feeling the impacts from the unhealthy conditions. It caused another day of closures and postponements across the Puget Sound, including COVID-19 testing.
State health experts are raising awareness on behavioral health with the wildfires and the COVID-19 pandemic this year.
The wildfire smoke is causing symptoms like coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath. It’s similar to some of the symptoms people feel when they are sick with COVID-19.
More than 2,000 people in the state have now died due to the coronavirus, according to The Washington state Department of Health.
The smoke shrouding our region has forced the city of Seattle to close all public parks through the weekend and everyone is urged to stay indoors.
As parents and public school students settle in for remote learning this school year, many others in our state are being left behind during the pandemic.
With Labor Day marking the unofficial end to summer, health experts are worried it could be the beginning of a new spike in COVID-19 cases.
This Labor Day holiday is just another reminder of how much our lives have changed due to the pandemic. For many, Labor Day for experiences unique to the Northwest -- like family rituals that go along with the holiday. Not this year.
A small group of Seattle landlords is suing Mayor Jenny Durkan and Gov. Jay Inslee over the constitutionality of city and state eviction moratoriums amid the coronavirus pandemic.
CDC is asking states to have a plan for vaccine distribution.
With many going back to college campuses, COVID-19 hotspots are popping up across the country including WSU in Pullman.
Those unemployed due to the coronavirus pandemic will start receiving an additional $300 in unemployment benefits later this month.
It’s been six months since a health care facility in Kirkland was revealed to be an epicenter of a pandemic that’s since gripped our state, country and planet.
The City of Seattle opened up a fourth COVID-19 testing site in West Seattle on Friday.
So many school extra-curricular activities in Washington are on hold this fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Student-athletes who were depending on the upcoming season for scholarships are now scrambling to achieve that goal.
The Federal Detention Center in SeaTac says it has a cluster of coronavirus infections among inmates and staff.