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FEMA sent the Washington State Department of Health nearly 300,000 plastic tubes. They thought they were getting test tubes for coronavirus testing, but instead, they received tiny plastic preforms that can be made into 2-liter soda bottles.

SEATTLE – A police officer in Washington state is on paid administrative leave after he posted a video on Instagram last week encouraging officers not to enforce “stay-at-home” orders, calling them a violation of constitutional rights. “I’ve seen officers nationwide enforcing tyrannical orders against the people,” Port of Seattle police Officer Greg Anderson, 39, said in the nearly […]

SHORELINE, Wash. – Jaron and Kylin are 8-year-old twins who live in Shoreline, Washington. Each week, the children receive $8 in allowance, as many dollars as they are old. They divide the money into three parts: money to save, money to share and money to spend. Earlier this month, the pair decided to donate their allowance to […]

KIRKLAND, Wash. – A 90-year-old Washington state woman is back home after surviving the coronavirus. “It’s super great to be able to reach out and touch my kids and give them a hug or give them a kick, whatever they need,” Geneva Wood said with a laugh. Wood is thankful to be alive after 40 people associated with […]

KIRKLAND, Wash. – A patient being treated in connection with the coronavirus outbreak in Washington state is speaking out. Susan Hailey, 76, is recovering from knee surgery and a broken ankle at Life Care Center of Kirkland, where at least 13 of the state’s 16 deaths related to COVID-19 have occurred. “You just don’t know who’s going […]