Hmm my first go at easy articles was with NHK News Easy, the site simplifies actual news articles in Japan and is meant for Japanese middle school students and language learners — it’s definitely a great way to start getting used to the structure of Japanese and there’s plenty of furigana to help you, so depending on your grammar knowledge you might be able to take a look at those
But if you consider yourself more of a true beginner, it still might be a little too challenging, I think I started looking at those in the 15-20 level range here on WK
You could also check out the free articles on satorireader.com, you can sync your WK level with the site to only display kanji you know and toggle furigana and they break down every single vocab and grammar point for you
If you haven’t already, I definitely recommend starting to study grammar (I wish I had myself started a lot sooner when I started learning Japanese), there are plenty of example sentences and additional vocab lists that can give you some practice. And of course, reading the example sentences for vocab lessons here on WK is extra practice too!
For grammar, there’s always Genki textbooks for formal study, and you can also check out bunpro.jp to check out online resources for learning grammar points broken down by JLPT level
Oh! And Yotsubato is a fantastic beginner manga, so if you feel comfortable enough to tackle that, I thought it was a very amusing read ^^
It can be hard to find things suited for your level when you’re just starting out, a lot of things will seem over your head and overwhelming, but even just learning one new thing a day will get you closer to your goals! Find something enjoyable to you and make it work for you =)