PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Portland city officials said they welcome constructive criticism from federal Justice Department lawyers who found the Police Bureau has failed to adhere to a settlement governing officers’ use of force. But officials also blame the federal government for contributing t…
DENVER (AP) — A former Amazon warehouse worker has filed a complaint with the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment against Amazon over its COVID-19 policies and allegations that her firing was retaliatory.
Before he died in early 2020, Yakima's Cliff Plath established three state-of-the-art early learning centers in Yakima and Royal City. His work now serves as a model.
On April 22, Patty Murray, D-WA, reintroduced the Child Care for Working Families Act, a bill that would use subsidies to raise child care workers’ pay.
RIGBY, Idaho — A shooting at an eastern Idaho middle school Thursday injured two students and a custodian, and a male student has been taken into custody, authorities said.
Eastern Washington University will not require proof of COVID-19 vaccinations for the fall quarter, Interim President David May announced Thursday.
As more people are vaccinated and once again going to hospitals and clinics for checkups after many routine interactions were pushed online the past year, there is one question patients want to know: Has my health care provider been vaccinated against COVID-19?
As an elementary school student, Blaine Harden was taught a lie that he would later learn had been debunked 50 years prior to his birth.