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King County patient is first in U.S. to die of COVID-19 as officials scramble to stem spread of novel coronavirus
Horizon Air worker takes plane from Sea-Tac Airport, crashes on island in south Puget Sound
4 dead, 2 critically injured in collision between Ride the Ducks vehicle, charter bus on Aurora Bridge
Teen Shooter targets 3 girls, 2 male cousins at Marysville-Pilchuck High School
Oso mudslide coverage - winner of 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News
COVID-19 pandemic coverage
More than plots on a chart: The 10,000 lost to COVID in Washington state
After 2 years of COVID in Seattle, do we dare hope for 'normal'?
A beloved Tacoma mother and friend never got around to getting a COVID shot. With her death, her family hopes others will.
'This isn't over.' Even as life gets back to normal for many, COVID-19 keeps killing Washingtonians
Meet the helpers at Seattle's COVID vaccination site
How Seattle's COVID 'vaccine chasers' are lucking out — or getting left out
Inside the slow rollout of coronavirus vaccines in Washington state
How a Seattle suburb responded after becoming the epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus outbreak
Mourning losses and unsure of what’s to come, Seattle area watches warily as coronavirus spreads
COVID-19 pandemic coverage; Aging, long-term care and caregiving
Married for decades, separated by COVID-19
Limited testing in senior care facilities in Washington leaves them ‘flying in the dark’ against coronavirus
Coronavirus killed hundreds at Washington state’s long-term care facilities. Widespread testing may finally be near
Thousands of Washingtonians care for loved ones with dementia. During the coronavirus pandemic, some have never felt more alone.
6 months after tragedy struck Life Care of Kirkland, polarized views remain of its handling of COVID-19
Washington nursing homes reeling, and trying to save residents from ‘dying of broken hearts,’ as COVID-19 fears finally ease
‘Losing precious months’: What isolation and lack of touch mean for Washington residents with dementia and their families
For older adults, isolation can lead to overwhelming loneliness
‘Whole new crisis’ for WA long-term care facilities, 2 years into COVID
Politics and government
How COVID morphed into a political issue
Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos live there. So why is Medina asking its residents to pay more in property taxes?
Sammamish mayor, City Council member resign
In Sammamish, revolving door of city managers continues
Kamala Harris’ historic election brings joy for some women in Seattle area — and ‘a lot of pressure’ for Harris
'Nooksack 306' fight to remain in tribe
Bellevue College apologizes after administrator alters display on Japanese American incarceration
K-12 and higher education
Bellevue College president, vice president out after mural was altered
Bellevue College close to choosing a new interim president, but still no clarity on mural defacement that led to former leader’s resignation
Seattle's school libraries: A stark example of rich and poor