Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz has fired the two police officers who authorities say violated the law while attending events in Washington D.C. during the Jan. 6 insurrection.
By Martha Bellisle, Associated Press
The first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the United States was north of Seattle in Washington in January 2020. The state also saw the nation's first deadly outbreak at a nursing home.
By Associated Press
When the COVID-19 pandemic swept the nation last March, many large food retailers increased their frontline workers’ pay by several dollars an hour. Dubbed ‘hero pay,' the programs have since ended, despite the remaining dangers for workers. Some cities have…
By PBS NewsHour
Seattle hospitals rushed out COVID-19 vaccines to hundreds of people in the middle of the night after a freezer they were being stored in failed.
By Associated Press
By Gillian Flaccus, Martha Bellisle, Associated Press
More than a dozen people have been arrested in Seattle and Portland, Oregon after hundreds took to the streets to demand a full count of all presidential election votes.
By Gene Johnson, Karen Matthews, Associated Press
The lawsuit, filed Thursday, ridiculed Trump's action as offensive to the Constitution and common sense, but said the consequences of withholding federal money during a pandemic "are deadly serious."…
In our news wrap Tuesday, Russia became the first country to approve a vaccine for COVID-19. But with only two months of human testing and no large-scale trials yet, global health experts sounded alarms in response. Also, hundreds of thousands…
By Lisa Baumann, Associated Press
The Seattle City Council is expected to approve proposals Monday that would reduce the police department by as many as 100 officers through layoffs and attrition.
Protesters and police again clashed in a number of U.S. cities over the weekend, including Portland, Oregon, and Seattle. President Trump has defended sending federal law enforcement to the cities, but many local officials say their presence is only exacerbating…
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