Researchers posit that birth rates are so low due to access to birth control and people not feeling ready to have kids in their twenties. But we wanted to hear your thoughts, Seattle.
If a teenager is mentally ill and doesn't want help, there isn't much a parent can do. But a bill now before the Washington state legislature may change that.
As death rates have soared across the country, in Washington state the overall numbers of people killed by opioids have hovered around 700 people a year for a decade.
In Washington state, kids who are 13 and older can access mental health treatment on their own.
They can refuse treatment, too. Parents have lobbied for decades to change the law.
...And how King County compares with Clark County, heart of a measles outbreak.
Health officials are concerned about seven overdoses that occurred within hours of one another in North Seattle on Thursday.
Kim Malcolm talks with Geekwire's Todd Bishop about why Microsoft is entering a retail partnership with the parent company of Walgreens.
Adults with disabilities are living in hospitals, because they have nowhere else to go.
Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with Chris Vance, co-chair of the Washington Independents, Erica C. Barnett, writer at "The C is For Crank," and Joni Balter, host of Civic Cocktail on the Seattle Channel.