[All coronavirus outbreak news]

School supplies: 64,380 gloves, 1,575 masks for PPE drive

Districts dig into supply closets to help frontline workers. Others pitch in, too.

New self-swab COVID-19 test is just as accurate, study finds

The study, under peer review, was led by an Everett Clinic doctor. It could speed up testing nationwide.

Get comfortable: Governor extends stay-home order to May 4

As in other states, demand for intensive health care due to COVID-19 is expected to peak later in April.

Jobless claims soar in county, state amid COVID-19

Across the nation, number of filings for unemployment benefits surged to 6.6 million

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Boeing to offer buyouts, weighs wide-body production cuts

The buyouts would keep a $60 billion bailout option viable. Forced layoffs would complicate that effort.

  • 18 hours ago
Lynwood Honda’s Erik Nelson and Gabe Moreno welcome vehicle shoppers to come learn whether leasing is a better choice for their next vehicle.

Time for a new vehicle? 6 reasons to look at leasing

Thinking about getting into a new vehicle but unsure whether you should… Continue reading

Key system on Boeing’s KC-46 tanker needs a complete redesign

The change in the Everett-built airplane involves a remote vision system used for aerial refueling.

  • 4 hours ago

We’d like to post your stories of random acts of kindness

Here is your chance to praise someone, thank someone or call attention to something good that’s happened.

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There’s an untold story behind winning photo in Schack contest

“Idiosyncratic,” by Makayla McMullen of Lake Stevens High School, was named the grand prize winner.

Find beauty right in your garden this spring!

With contactless delivery options, Cedar Grove helps you get in your garden this spring

Coronavirus

School supplies: 64,380 gloves, 1,575 masks for PPE drive

Districts dig into supply closets to help frontline workers. Others pitch in, too.

 

Commentary: Outbreak among farm workers would be catastrophe

Many farms already are facing labor shortages; an outbreak among workers could hurt food production.

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Editorial: States on their own to produce medical supplies

States and their manufacturers now have to make up for the federal government’s lack of preparation.

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Marketplace

Find beauty right in your garden this spring!

With contactless delivery options, Cedar Grove helps you get in your garden this spring

 

Lynwood Honda’s Erik Nelson and Gabe Moreno welcome vehicle shoppers to come learn whether leasing is a better choice for their next vehicle.

Time for a new vehicle? 6 reasons to look at leasing

Thinking about getting into a new vehicle but unsure whether you should Continue reading...

 

Using compost to create a yard to be proud of

Cedar Grove helps create a healthy, green lawn, fertile garden beds without fertilizers, pesticides

 

Everett spine surgeon pioneers newest robotic technology

Dr. Ali Anissipour, of Western Washington Medical Group in Everett, is the Continue reading...

 

Editorial Cartoons

Editorial cartoons for Friday, March 3

A sketchy look at the day in the coronavirus outbreak (and politics). Continue reading...

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Editorial cartoons for Thursday, April 2

A sketchy look at the day in the coronavirus outbreak (and politics). Continue reading...

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Editorial cartoons for Wednesday, April 1

A sketchy look at the day in the COVID-19 pandemic (and politics). Continue reading...

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Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, March 31

A sketchy look at the day in the COVID-19 pandemic (and politics). Continue reading...

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Videos

Watch Gov. Jay Inslee’s Thursday news conference here

He will be joined by state health officials to give an update on the coronavirus response.

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Watch Gov. Jay Inslee’s Wednesday news conference here

He is expected to discuss the need for manufacturers to provide personal protective equipment.

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Watch Gov. Jay Inslee’s Monday news conference here

He is expected to discuss enforcement of his stay-home order.

  • 4 days ago

 

She’s 101 and bowled a 159 before coronavirus shut the lanes

Carol Perry can’t celebrate her 102nd birthday bowling Tuesday. But maybe her kids will get her a Wii.

 

Photography
Tyler Chism was diagnosed with COVID-19 and is currently cleared, by CDC standards, but chooses to remain indoors at home on March 20 in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Gallery: Life in Snohomish County as coronavirus takes hold

A collection of images by our staff photographers from our COVID-19 coverage over the past month.

 

Gallery: Life in transition in Snohomish

The day after the governor ordered the closure of many businesses, people in Snohomish made adjustments.

 

Gallery: Coco Gauff at Kids Day tennis event in Everett

The young star is in town ahead of this weekend’s Fed Cup qualifier at Angel of the Winds Arena.

 

2019: The year in pictures

Daily Herald photographers showcase their top images from the past 12 months.