From walking a 5K to getting a spa treatment, the month of October has lots of activities for you when it comes to joining the fight against breast cancer. Here are some of our favorites.
Get your tickets and grab your seats – there are only three regular season home games left before the playoffs! And the Storm has some great celebrations ahead, including honoring local heroes, Fan Appreciation Night, and a chance for you to win a new Fiat!
September is a great time to register for a charity run or walk, helping the local community find cures and assist those in need. Here are some of our favorite charity runs.
When Washington Supreme Court Justice Tom Chambers announced in January that he wouldn’t seek re-election, he told a newspaper he was looking forward to traveling. But he had a year left on his term, and a serious health matter to deal with first.
Republican politicians continue to work against HPV vaccination despite its ability to prevent thousands of cases of cervical cancer and resulting deaths.
Hal Keller, a former Seattle Mariners general manager and longtime Texas Rangers executive who helped bring the radar gun to the major leagues, has died. He was 84.
A young couple who met and fell in love while being treated for cancer married in the basement of Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital.
Want to get outside this Spring and do some good for yourself and the community? Choose one of these charitable runs or walks to benefit kids, beat cancer, and help the homeless. One fun run even offers geocaching!
Jenni Lake gave birth to a baby boy the month before her 18th birthday, though she was not destined to become just another teenage mother.
Get ready to celebrate New Year’s Eve by doing something good for yourself and others. Take a Nia movement fitness class that benefits Cancer Lifeline!