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Students in WA no longer need to take three Covid-19 tests a week to play indoor sports
The Department of Health has dropped the requirement, to help conserve limited test kits.
WA Covid-19 state of emergency is approaching its two-year anniversary
Under current law, the governor has broad emergency powers, but the legislature is considering new restrictions on that authority.
Inslee wants state lawmakers to criminalize lying about election results
The legislation would make it a gross misdemeanor for elected officials or political candidates to lie about election results, if the lies lead to violence.
Seattle music scene plays on despite ‘constant roller coaster’
‘Things have definitely improved, but I don't think anybody is breathing easily right now.’
4 youth are still missing, after breaking out of a state-run juvenile detention facility in Snoqualmie
A fifth teenager who escaped, and was deemed a possible risk to the public, was apprehended in Kent this morning.
Flu activity is back to 'moderate' levels in Washington state
After two years of no flu-related deaths, three people over the age of 65 who tested positive for influenza-A have now died.