John Lederer, executive dean of North Seattle College, was tested for the new coronavirus at an Edmonds clinic, as was his wife. They waited 10 days to learn they had not contracted the virus. (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)
John Lederer and his wife were tested for coronavirus at an Edmonds clinic. They waited 10 days for their test results. (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)

COVID-19 test delays from overwhelmed commercial labs hit Washington patients in different ways

Hotspots nationwide for COVID-19 are having a "ripple effect" on Washington's testing, causing delays of up to 11 days for some clinics. New

Food & Drink

At least 20 more Seattle-area restaurants have permanently closed during the COVID-19 crisis New

Cheese rains down on Cuoco’s all-you-can-eat $15 spaghetti and meatballs deal, Monday, July 8, 2019 in Seattle. 210767
Balloons, flowers and messages in memory of Bothell police Officer Jonathan Shoop engulf a police cruiser at Bothell City Hall on Wednesday. Shoop was fatally shot in the line of duty Monday and another officer was wounded. (Mike Siegel / The Seattle Times)

Suspect in fatal shooting of Bothell police officer ordered held without bail

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and Seattle Chief of Police Carmen Best address the media at a press conference at City Hall, Thursday, June 11, 2020. 214239 214239

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan asks judge to reconsider recall decision, says she has no duty to dictate police policy

Sammamish shooting kills 25-year-old man; officers search for suspects Updated

Federal court dismisses a water park’s challenge to Inslee’s stay-at-home order

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