The virus hit Whidbey Island early in 2020, and photojournalist Lynn Johnson was there. A million deaths later, we return to see how the pandemic has subtly but indelibly altered life there forever.
Many Americans are still making sense of new CDC guidance that vaccinated people no longer have to wear masks in most indoor settings.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is extending mandates and restrictions while much of the U.S. celebrates declining COVID-19 case numbers and hospitalizations.
The city has noticed a rise in illegal sewage spills as the number of people living out of RVs and other vehicles has increased dramatically.
Harborview Medical Center faced the country's initial swell of coronavirus cases. Now, health care workers there are offering advice to people facing the latest surge in COVID-19 patients.
After months of street protests, President Trump described New York City, Portland and Seattle as lawless places and threatened to withhold federal aid. City officials say the law is on their side.
On her last day on the job, Carmen Best, the city's first Black woman police chief, reflected on nationwide demonstrations against police violence and her own department's handling of recent protests.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said the federal agents sent to Portland acted as "an occupying force & brought violence." Brown says federal officers will leave starting Thursday.
Federal agents fired tear gas after hundreds gathered for the 60th day of demonstrations following the killing of George Floyd. Police said they found Molotov cocktails and loaded rifle magazines.
A man carrying an AK-47 was shot and killed in Austin. Police in Seattle and Portland declared that the gatherings had become riots.
The Seattle City Council supports a 50% cut to the police budget. Police Chief Carmen Best says that would be a "reckless maneuver" right now and says many reforms are already underway.