A Washington burger chain that offers scholarships, healthcare, and childcare has gone viral on TikTok, sparking labor shortage debates.
The owner of Comstock Jewelers in Washington State told KING-TV she'd had to cut opening hours and wasn't sure why she was struggling to find staff.
Police say John Eisenman killed his daughter's boyfriend last year after he learned that he "may have been the one responsible for her sale."
The Mountain State senator remains a holdout among congressional Democrats for paid-leave programs, citing what he says are the potential for fraud and a drag on some small businesses.
Interest in the presidential hair market surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, as buyers, cooped up at home, splurged on collectibles.
Labor advocates are hoping a push for strong worker protections at the state level will influence federal policy on extreme heat.
Only 127 of approximately 2,200 employees of the Washington State Patrol declined to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.
A sheriff in Washington state is facing false reporting charges after claiming a Black newspaper carrier in his neighborhood had threatened him.
The suspect was at the scene when officers arrived and was "taken into custody without incident," police said. No children were injured.
Mary Johnson was last seen on November 25, 2020, while walking to a friend's house Tulalip Reservation in Washington state.
Ali Shihabi shuttered his Washington, DC-based Arabia Foundation with no warning. Here's the untold story of what - and who - got in his way.
Videos show Tusitala "Tiny" Toese after being shot in the foot at an anti-COVID rally in Olympia, Washington, when the far left and far right clashed, say reports.
Corrections officers at Benton County Jail created "Soups for Shots" for inmates who receive their first COVID vaccine dose, The Olympian reported.
Dr. Karan Raj explained that modern sneaker designs play a part in why human feet repeatedly appeared on Pacific Northwest beaches in the US and Canada.
The owner told The Bellingham Herald he decided to close the one day a week to make sure he doesn't run out on food on the days he does open.
The five-acre property in Washington has all the traditional furnishings of a standard house - and an abandoned jail, saloon, and barbershop.
So far, COVID-19 has killed more than 613,000 people in the US and more than 4.2 million people globally.