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Are you quarancourting?

Getting closer in the age of social distancing. Trying to socially distance in prisons. And how our social distancing is paying off at the state policy level.

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Love in the time of coronavirus

Whether you’re married with kids, kicking yourself for missing cuffing season, or somewhere in between: how’s your love life? Therapist Katrina Sanford answered your questions.

COVID-19 in prison

Under Supreme Court order, Governor Inslee just ordered the release of 950 inmates from Washington prisons. Seattle University law professor Deborah Ahrens told Bill Radke why social distancing is so difficult in prisons, and how this pandemic is already changing the criminal justice system.

WA coronavirus czar Raquel Bono

Washington state has a new coronavirus czar, Raquel Bono. She shared how our hospitals are faring and what the state foresees about the course of this crisis.