Tens of thousands of pediatricians across America are taking a stand on how they feel about schools this fall.
Despite cases of COVID-19 rising, Washington's coastline communities are expecting an influx of people for the Independence Day weekend. It's unclear how many people are expected to show up tot he coast, but businesses, local government, and emergency responders are preparing.
Starting next week businesses will be required to turn away customers who do not follow Governor Jay Inslee’s new state-wide face cover mandate.
Long before WSU Head Football Coach Nick Rolovich even held practice with his new team, he’s left his mark on the community he now calls home.
Some local businesses say they understand and support the governor’s decision to slow down the re-opening of the state.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced Thursday that because of an increase in the rate of COVID-19 infection, starting next week, bar seating will no longer be permitted for counties currently in Phase 3 of the state’s four-stage reopening plan and businesses statewide will not be able to serve customers who don’t wear facial coverings.
Health officials warned Thursday afternoon that Covid-19 infections are rising across our state.
Over the last few weeks, some non-essential workers have started going back to their jobs in person, though not full-time.
SEATTLE -- 'Want a good-paying job? Then go to college.' That's what so many of us have been told growing up.
Gov. Jay Inslee and Secretary of Health John Wiesman announced Saturday that the Washington State Department of Health is halting all state counties from moving into the Safe Start Plan Phase 4.
By now you likely already know, if you plan on leaving the house, per the government mandate-you're going to need a mask. The good news is, there's a lot out there.
Rent for the month of July is due in less than one week and an article in Friday’s Seattle Times reveals as many as 1 in 5 renters across the Seattle region might not be able to afford the payment.
The start of summer 2020 is adding another layer to history. Face masks are mandatory across Washington state starting Friday with some exceptions.
A woman is accused of violating Gov. Jay Inslee’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order by reopening her pet grooming shop in Vancouver, Washington, in May.
Health officials say more than 50 people attended a party in Stanwood recently and now we know that one guest was showing symptoms of COVID-19.
An iconic tribal fireworks market that draws in thousands from across the state every year, is back on.
On Thursday, the Employment Security Department confirmed that they have identified a small group of people dealing with bank accounts being frozen by mistake as the state battles with fraudulent claims.
Pierce County officials said their “grip on Phase 2 is slipping,” as 35 new COVID-19 cases were announced, Thursday.
The road to Phase 3 in Governor Inslee's 'Safe Start Plan' is proving to be difficult for a number of counties in Washington State and that includes Skagit County as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
Starting Friday, it will be a government mandate for everyone to wear a face covering in public settings. This announcement has caused some controversy among people who feel it should be their person choice whether or not they wear a mask.