Report: Virus spreading in households, gatherings, worksites

SEATTLE (AP) — A new report shows people infected with the coronavirus in Washington state’s most populous county in recent weeks have been mostly exposed in homes, during social activities and gatherings, and in workplaces. Instead of a few “hotspots,”…

Officials warn that COVID-19 hospitalizations are spiking

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday warned that hospitalizations in the state are nearing rates seen early in the pandemic due to a continued surge in new coronavirus cases around the state, and he said that restrictions on businesses may need to be expanded if the growth of cases doesn’t slow.

How to stay safe while flying during the pandemic

Millions of people are still traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, even though health officials asked them not to. If people plan to still fly, there are still ways to try and minimize that chance of getting COVID-19 this holiday season.

WSU fans react to news of Apple Cup being called off

It was two years ago Monday that the 111th apple cup was played in Pullman and conditions were similar to what they were Monday afternoon: snowy and wet and as the night went on the snow continued to fall, creating…

WSU holds town hall addressing new COVID-19 plan

During the past semester, Washington State University has seen its share of challenges with COVID-19. Now, they want students who travel home for Thanksgiving to stay home until the next semester.