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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, riders in King County take free buses
Answers and resources are short in short supply right now, but fire academies are still planned.
The fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is hurting workers.
The American Red Cross is facing a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations during this coronavirus outbreak, the agency… Continue reading
Boeing will equip more employees to work remotely, but for now factory workers will stay on the line.
Gun owners are flocking to stores to buy ammunition.
Jay Inslee and other officials spoke at 11 a.m. about the coronavirus outbreak.
Republican lawmakers attempt to make the bill a ballot issue for November elections.
More cases and deaths were reported in King County as the governor works to shut down large events
Citizens, councilmembers question process for choosing locations.
74 more cases have been reported in King County.
Nonprofits are expecting dramatic increases in requests following layoffs and hour reductions.
“We’re all in this together,” Mike Pence told Washington state officials.
Masks, gowns and gloves are all in high demand.
The attorney general’s office warned of scammers and announced a formal investigation into price gouging.
Responding to the COVID-19 outbreak, non-essential in-person meetings for March have been called off.
King County releases details about purchase of Econo Lodge
A state Department of Health spokesperson said their phone system is being overwhelmed.
Over 200 people are being supervised for possible virus exposure
Those with underlying lung or immune system problems are more at risk for serious complications.