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At an online hearing, an attorney for prisoners had said conditions do not allow for adequate social distancing.
More are to be freed this week as the state works to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks in prisons.
A quick search and a closed door to the bedroom on fire by police officers may have saved a life.
Corrections published a list of over 1,150 inmates set for release under Gov. Jay Inslee’s order.
After a protest at the Monroe prison, the state says it will take immediate steps to thin populations.
A Monroe intersection without a signal caught the ire of one reader.
The order calls for a plan by Monday, but falls short of demanding the release of prisoners.
The health care workers say they are reusing the same gown and mask throughout 12-hour shifts.
COVID-19 infected prisoners and staff in Monroe. Gov. Jay Inslee announced a tentative response Thursday.
Inmates set off fire extinguishers. Dozens refused commands. It was reportedly under control by 9 p.m.
Six incarcerated men and five employees have reportedly tested positive for the virus.
About 350 kids picked up computers at Frank Wagner Elementary School, as classes statewide move online.
Federal regulators eased the rules around the production of hand sanitizer, but not the formula.
The man is the first person in Washington to contract the disease while in a state prison.
Grace Correa lost her marriage, home and business. She invested in a new restaurant. Then came COVID-19.
As they prepare for a wave of patients, local workers share fears and hopes for their safety.
Fredrika Smith was supposed to serve until July. Her immediate resignation was announced Thursday.
Kenna Harris, 25, was last seen leaving her family’s home and was reportedly on her way to Walmart.
He had been transported to a Snohomish County medical center for unrelated concerns.
Coronavirus prompted a run on them. But they’re wreaking havoc on utilities across Snohomish County.