A wide network of cellphone sensors helps Seattle ease traffic congestion, but the technology raises questions among privacy advocates about how individual data is retained,...
Nursing homes in Washington state struggled with adequate staffing for years. Then coronavirus struck.
Even before the pandemic, regulators found patients suffering from staffing problems in over half of the nursing homes in Washington state. But the state still lacks a sweeping response.
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- Swedish CEO Tony Armada resigns in wake of Seattle Times investigation
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A new neo-Nazi group in Spokane harkens back to era of virulent extremism in the Northwest | Times Watchdog
The arrest of a Spokane-area man on suspicion of vandalizing a synagogue has put a spotlight on a new neo-Nazi group, whose beliefs and appearances...
Contentious bill could give Washington one of the strongest police accountability laws in the country
The state Senate approved a bill Thursday that would give the state more power to police the police, potentially giving Washington one of the nation's...
Washington auditor’s office warned agencies of data-breach risks. Then it got hacked | Times Watchdog
State Auditor Pat McCarthy blamed a California tech firm for a data breach that exposed personal data of more than a million unemployment claimants. But...
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Jayapal, DelBene among more than two dozen in Congress asking for national ban on preferential access to COVID-19 vaccine
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Marysville nursing home, with history of short staffing, cited for ‘squalid’ conditions in COVID-19 outbreak
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