Western Washington Democrats see Biden benefits

  Virtual learning prompts teachers to tailor lesson plans to learn about inauguration

In a normal school year, Megan Holyoke’s students would have been watching the historic inauguration live together in class.

  Bellevue second graders return to class, teachers refuse

Man dies after Des Moines shooting

  Talks begin to “draw down” heavy security at Olympia state Capitol

There is still a massive security presence in Olympia at the end of a peaceful Inauguration Day. Washington State Patrol (WSP) stated it believes the major response helped keep things quiet.

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott stepping down at end of June

  Multiple people arrested during destructive demonstration in Seattle

King County zeroes in on ShoWare Center to host first high volume vaccination site

  Amazon offers Biden administration help with vaccination efforts

  3 more SPD officers investigated for being in D.C. during riot at the U.S. Capitol

  COVID-19 one year later: Medical workers recall treating first-ever patient

On January 20, 2020, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Snohomish County.

  Local Marine Band musicians play historic inauguration

This United States Marine Band is known as “The President’s Own.”

  Harris’ Seattle area sorority sisters watching with pride

  Rocky rollout: massive vaccine demand, uncertain supply, website troubles

  Washington seniors scramble to find vaccine

  FBI urges vigilance ahead of inauguration

  Leaders ask for operations plan on King County vaccine rollout

Woodland Park Zoo’s first female Malayan tiger now ready to meet the public

  Seattle march commemorates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

1 dead, 3 hurt in 2 double shootings in Tacoma

A man is dead and three other people are hurt after two separate double shootings in Tacoma.

  The clock is ticking to save the last historic stone cottage in West Seattle

  WA’s new vaccine plan includes everyone 65 and older as state aims to vaccinate 45,000 people per day

Everyone 65 and older can now get the COVID-19 vaccine as Washington includes more people in the next distribution phase and launches an ambitious plan to vaccinate 45,000 people per day.

Washington election director forced into hiding over potential threats of retaliation, violence

Washington state’s election director was forced into hiding after an Iranian website launched calling for the assassination of U.S. election officials.

12 people arrested, 2 cars impounded after blocking lanes on I-5 in Seattle

Dozens of volunteers spending MLK Day sorting, packing food for those in need

More than 60 volunteers are celebrating the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service by helping at Washington’s largest hunger-relief agency, Food Lifeline.

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