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“With the events that have taken place over the past several days, built on generations of trauma and violence, the organizers of All in WA have decided to reschedule All in WA: A Concert for COVID-19 Relief to Wednesday, June 24.”
Claims of newly unemployed workers seeking benefits continued to flood Employment Security offices last week, bringing to more than a quarter billion dollars the amount Washington has paid out since layoffs from the COVID-19 pandemic began to take hold in the state.
Whole Foods, the grocery chain owned by Amazon, is cutting health care benefits for its part-time workers, a move that could leave about 1,900 of its employees without medical coverage.
Jazz musicians and London regulars Frankie and Tom Magnuson are back in Spokane, and the son-and-father music duo are performing Sunday at the Benefit Gala for Peace & Friendship in support of the Buddhist Institute of Universal Compassion. The Magnuson men are part of the contemporary London jazz scene – with Frankie Magnuson on keyboards and Tom Magnuson on drums – and their sound has been described as commandingly cool smooth jazz.
A bat and ball autographed by former Seattle Mariners and Washington State Cougars star John Olerud are among the featured items at the fifth annual auction, raffle, walk and picnic benefiting the Scleroderma Foundation Spokane Support Group.
House passes proposal to set up affordable health insurance plans for individuals within 500 percent of the poverty level.
Auston Matthews and Patrick Kane were among dozens of U.S.-born NHL players who gathered for a charity game won by the Blue over the White 14-9 Sunday.
Washington health insurers have filed requests to raise individual market premiums an average of 19 percent for 2019, with substantial variation among insurers.
They signed up for health insurance on the state exchange. But about 3,200 Washingtonians, all of whom were nearing age 65, also got something they didn’t ask for. Their contact information was stolen by a contractor and provided to a Spokane-area insurance company, which used it to target sales pitches for Medicare-related insurance products.
Hawaii’s food stamp administrator says he was stunned when he first heard that the U.S. Agriculture Department wanted to replace some cash benefits with a pre-assembled package of shelf-stable goods. That changed quickly to frustration, befuddlement and serious concern.
The Otto Bowl’s 80 entries sold out well in advance, but all bowlers, bowling fans and pleasure seekers are welcome to kibbutz with the jostling crowd and join the revelers for a toast to Otto.
A Cheney business owner convicted of stealing $14,000 from a memorial fund has been ordered to pay the money back.
Big & Rich played at the Route 91 Harvest Festival the night of the Oct. 1 shooting, performing several hours before shots were fired.
Pop star Rihanna played the role of slick bartender at her third Diamond Ball on Thursday night in New York City, encouraging the audience to drink up and donate money to her foundation at the same time.
For President Donald Trump, what’s good for General Motors is great for American workers. Same for Boeing. And AT&T. Not to mention small businesses. Many economists, tax experts and even some business owners say it’s unlikely
Sept. 12 event will benefit several organizations, including United Way of Greater Houston, Habitat for Humanity, Save the Children, Direct Relief, Feeding Texas and The Mayor’s Fund for Hurricane Harvey Relief.
Stars from the entertainment and sports worlds have played a soccer match in London to benefit victims of the high-rise apartment building fire that claimed more than 80 lives in June.
Live Nation said Thursday that girl group Little Mix has also been added to the show being held in honor of the Manchester bombing that took place at Grande’s concert in the city last week. Twenty-two people died at the show.
British police say three of the 14 people arrested over the Manchester arena suicide bombing have been released without charge, and the investigation so far has found bomber Salman Abedi acted largely alone as he assembled his deadly device.
The “One Love Manchester” show will feature Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan and Pharrell Williams in addition to Grande, and will be held at the city’s Old Trafford cricket ground, publicists told the Associated Press on Tuesday.