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Jury awards $25M in Seattle hospital stroke case

A jury in King County has issued a $25 million judgment for a woman who went to Harborview Medical Center’s Stroke Center for treatment but suffered a paralyzing turn for the worse while there.

New health bill: Seattle hospital could lose $627M a year

The executive director of Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center says the hospital could lose more than $627 million a year starting in 2026 when the full impact of the health care bill passed Thursday by the House of Representatives would be realized.

Experimenting on humans? Injecting bone cement into patients draws lawsuit

Families have filed lawsuits against Dr. Jens Chapman, companies Norian and Synthes, the University of Washington, Harborview Medical Center and Washington state. The lawsuits claim Chapman knew bone cement caused lethal clotting, and that the university and hospital knew or should’ve known the product had been prohibited for such use. The first trial is scheduled for June in Seattle.

Two severely injured in CdA apartment fire; six kids treated

A man and woman were transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after suffering burns and smoke inhalation in an early morning apartment fire in Coeur d’Alene that sent eight people, including six children, to the hospital. The children were all treated and released from Kootenai Health, but the man and woman, 28 and 29 years old respectively, were more severely injured, police said. Police believe they lived in the same apartment.

Man dies of injuries from Sunday house fire

Gregory Paul Case, 61, died of injuries sustained in a north Spokane house fire earlier this week, the Spokane Fire Department said. Case's death, from smoke inhalation and deep burns, is the first fire-related death in Spokane this year, the department said.

Murder suspect returns to Spokane after stay at Harborview

A Spokane man suspected of the Dec. 12 shooting death of his 20-year-old girlfriend was transported back to Spokane Thursday after undergoing treatment at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Moses Lake burn victims airlifted to Seattle

Three men were airlifted from Moses Lake to Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center with severe burns after igniting a flash fire in a small garden shed Monday night. They were reportedly using butane in an attempt to extract the psychoactive resin from marijuana, according to a news release from the Grant County Sheriff’s Office and the Grant County Emergency Management Department. That process can be used to make hash oil.

Authorities: 3 severely burned while manipulating pot

Three men were airlifted from Moses Lake to Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center with severe burns after igniting a flash fire in a small garden shed Monday night. They were reportedly trying to extract resin from marijuana with butane, according to a law enforcement press release.