Stay indoors: Hazardous smoky air from wildfires is back

The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency classified the smoke level Monday as unhealthy for everyone.

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Strapped Everett Transit wants to double fares, cut routes

The agency says the changes would best serve the areas in the city where growth is occurring.

No promises: New money, rules complicate teacher bargaining

School could be delayed as negotiations intensify in nearly every district in Snohomish County.

Search for missing hiker at 3 weeks: Family clings to hope

“We’re hunting every angle,” says the boyfriend of Samantha Sayers, 28, who went missing Aug. 1.

Gun flashed when people try to stop man’s attack of woman

The suspect and victim both ran from the scene south of Everett. A man was arrested Monday.

Man is sorry he risked the life of his unborn child, others

A high-speed chase through Marysville led to the arrest of a Woodinville man.

MyTrafficMan.net’s Ziad Youssef, founder of Whatcom County’s Legal Care Center Academy, is offering a scholarship opportunity for paralegal students.

Changing your life with 3 questions

Paralegal school and law office team up to change someone’s life

Funko’s 1-year anniversary party had things poppin’ in Everett

Funatics filled the streets, snaked around the block and filled their shopping baskets in the store.

Simran Handa, a Kamiak grad, and current Lewis & Clark College senior on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018 in Mukilteo, Wa. Handa is studying microbiology and biochemistry at the college. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Kamiak grad’s cell research is inspired by younger sister

“It would be very difficult for me to tell a patient, ‘I don’t know why this disease is happening.’”

Flowers for Tokitae: Remembering Puget Sound’s captured orcas

Activists vow to bring the last surviving killer whale of the Southern Resident captures home.

As Elaine Wilson, 74, steps out the door of her wool shop behind the main farmhouse, “Piglet,” a small black goat runs down the staircase where husband Dale, 75, is sitting. Elaine, retired after years as the Open Class Wool Superintendent at the Evergreen State Fair, is the 2018 honoree. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

The face of the fair has wild and woolly friends on her farm

This year’s Evergreen State Fair honoree has lifelong connection to Lowell-area land that’s her home.

 
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MyTrafficMan.net’s Ziad Youssef, founder of Whatcom County’s Legal Care Center Academy, is offering a scholarship opportunity for paralegal students.

Changing your life with 3 questions

Paralegal school and law office team up to change someone’s life

 

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The intersection of criminal law and other law

Understanding how a criminal conviction can have incidental consequences in other areas of law

 

MyTrafficMan.net’s Ziad I Youssef.

La intersección de la ley penal y otra ley

Comprendiendo cómo una condena penal puede tener consecuencias incidentales en otras áreas de la ley

 

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When recreating outdoors, know your hazards and prepare ahead of time

Sign up for local alerts through the Snohomish County alert and warning system, SnoCoAlerts

 

Editorial Cartoons

Editorial cartoons for Monday, Aug. 20.

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Editorial cartoons for Sunday, Aug. 19

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Editorial cartoons for Saturday, Aug. 18

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Editorial cartoons for Friday, Aug. 17

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Videos

A look at the Cascade football team and its 3-headed monster

The Bruins have a slew of talented running backs to lead their Wing-T rushing attack.

 

Weekend US 2 trestle closure is expected to create a mess

Detours this time will be much longer, and Highway 9 in particular is expected to be jammed.

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Jet bridges installed at Paine Field passenger terminal

This week, the new building began to look more like a place where you can board an airplane.

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The rootin’-tootin’ music man of Snohomish

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Photography

Photos of the week(s)

About 3 weeks’ worth of the best of the best from Herald photographers

 

Gallery: Summer Meltdown brings funk and fun to Darrington

From technicolor stages in the forest to big name headliners, the music festival is eclectic.

 

Gallery: AquaSox beat Emeralds, 5-2

Cano’s grandslam seals win

 

Gallery: 2018 Tour De Terrace Parade

Hundreds gather for the annual Tour de Terrace parade in Mountlake Terrace to kickoff Seafair.