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Nine pallets of gear to fight against COVID-19 are being distributed to local hospitals and clinics.
Facebook and Twitter may be throwing too much information at us, little of it useful or reliable.
GM will make ventilators under contract for much-smaller Ventec Life Systems.
The crew member is assigned to the USS Johnson. This is the only sailor to be so diagnosed in the state.
Obstacles persist for the unsheltered amid the pandemic, even as some are relocated to motels.
Both parties lined up behind the most colossal economic relief bill in the nation’s history.
The project would have had the company producing more than 1,000 ventilators a month.
“Just like going to the grocery store, these things need to stay happening.”
Readership is up, but as businesses close, advertising revenue is down. Local news sources need help.
The outbreak’s response has complicated census efforts, making our timely response crucial to its success.
Nine times the usual number of people filed for unemployment in Washington last week.
Resuming normal living too soon could enable the virus to “spring back up on us,” Jay Inslee said Thursday.
The historic IndyCar race won’t run on Memorial Day weekend for the first time since 1946.
On “Herald Headlines,” Executive Editor Phillip O’Connor provides an update about the Herald newsroom.
A lawsuit on behalf of nine detainees said they’d face danger if the coronavirus spreads in the jail.
Challenges include a shrinking supply, social-distancing practices and a need for younger volunteers.
Mayor Brett Gailey suggested shoppers go on certain days, based on the first letter of their last names.
Fewer buses are running as at least nine transit employees have tested positive in Snohomish County.
A trip to the store will get trippier as anti-virus measures are brought in for shopper and worker safety.
The 880-page measure is the largest economic relief bill in U.S. history.