Could the days of ‘springing forward’ be numbered?

A neurologist and sleep expert explains the downside to that borrowed hour of daylight.

America Worries About Health Costs

The presidential election is likely to turn on the simple question of whether Americans want Donald Trump back in the White House. But health care tops the list of household financial worries for adults from both parties.

With Medical Debt Burdening Millions, a Financial Regulator Steps In to Help

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created after the Great Recession of 2007-09, has increasingly started policing the health care system.

Hacking at UnitedHealth Unit Cripples a Swath of the US Health System: What to Know

Change Healthcare, a firm recently bought by insurance giant UnitedHealth Group, reportedly suffered a cyberattack. The company processes 14 billion transactions annually, including payments and requests for insurance authorizations.

Washington lawmakers look to raise spending on K-12 schools

But the House and Senate differ in how they want to direct the additional money. Discussions come as some school districts are dealing with budget pressure.

Art Walk and Jazz Walk this Friday

Head downtown this Friday evening for Art Walk (6-8pm) and Jazz Walk (6-9pm) for a fun time.

Plan for 7% statewide cap on rent increases fails in Washington Legislature

Democrats, who control the House and Senate, are divided over moving ahead with the policy.