At least 93 fraternity members from the University of Washington’s Greek life have tested positive for COVID-19 after the state saw a significant spike in new cases.
Police cleared out an encampment overnight near the White House and stopped protesters from establishing an autonomous zone in downtown D.C.
A video showed people pouring milk over a child's face after reportedly getting pepper-sprayed during a protest on Saturday.
The eruption was the worst volcanic disaster in the history of the conterminous United States, according to the United States Geological Survey.
Michelle Bennett's mother Carolann lived a life of service. She spent 38 years working as a nurse, and last week, at the age of 75, she died surrounded by them.
A 90-year-old woman who had contracted COVID-19 at the the Life Care Center in Kirkland, Washington, which became an early epicenter of the nation’s novel coronavirus outbreak, was declared free of the disease on March 22.
President Donald Trump says he’s ordered the Federal Emergency Management Agency to ship mobile hospital centers to the hard-hit states of Washington, California and New York amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A 7-year-old used the money he saved up to help those in need as a way to overcome fear with acts of love.
The Seattle Public School District will close for at least two weeks amid concerns over the spread of novel coronavirus, The Seattle Times reported, citing an email that went out to school administrators.
Cameras captured the moment Dorthy Campbell, 88, visited her husband of more than 60 years on Thursday, though they were still separated by a glass window.
The school announced the closures will start on March 9 and run through the end of the winter quarter on March 20.
An Amazon employee in Seattle reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 after becoming symptomatic last month.
Washington state health officials announced 3 new virus deaths, bringing the death toll to 5 in the state and U.S.
The first COVID-19 death was in Washington state on Saturday, marking the first such reported death in the United States.
Officials in Washington state say a person has died of COVID-19, the first such death in the United States. The new virus is a member of the coronavirus family and is a close cousin to the SARS and MERS viruses that have caused outbreaks in the past. It can cause fever, coughing, wheezing and pneumonia.
The governor of Washington declared a state of emergency Saturday after a man died there of COVID-19, the first such reported death in the United States. More than 50 people in a nursing facility are sick and being tested for the virus.
The victim says on the third visit, the suspects gave her a cupcake to eat and she immediately felt ill. She told the suspects to leave and then noticed her house keys were missing.
The Justice Department is filing suit against the state of New Jersey and King County, Washington — home to the city of Seattle — over “sanctuary” policies that hinder federal immigration officers, Attorney General William Barr said Monday.
A gunman opened fire in downtown Seattle on Wednesday night, killing one person and wounding seven others, authorities said.
Civil rights groups and lawmakers were demanding information from federal officials following reports that dozens of Iranian-Americans were held up and questioned at the border as they returned to the United States from Canada over the weekend.