When doctor says yes and insurer says no, what do you do?

Changes in state law could bring smoother resolutions to disputes over the best treatment options.

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Vaxxers, anti-vaxxers set for new round of debate in Senate

Lawmakers will hold hearing Wednesday on bill to eliminate personal exemption for all vaccinations.

Eyman’s attorneys: Not paying for $70 chair was inadvertent

A city prosecutor deemed it a crime and has cited the well-known ballot-initiative promoter for theft.

Gunfire kills teen in Everett; 3 arrested, shooter at large

Raul Cuadros, 19, of Bothell, died in a drug ripoff at a Jack in the Box on Evergreen Way.

Voters turn out for Arlington School bond despite snow

The measure will again fail to meet the 60 percent approval threshold required by state law.

Bothell neighbors irked by colleges’ parking garage plan

Five floors and 600 stalls would address a shortage for students of UW Bothell and Cascadia College.

The Four Day Fireplace crew encourages local homeowners with old wood stoves or inserts to see if they qualify for the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency’s $1,500 rebate program designed to improve the county’s air quality.

Dozens of local citizens find $1,500 sitting in their fireplace

Local business leads the charge to improve air quality in Snohomish County

Could an all-local women’s starting 5 make NCAA tournament?

Columnist Nick Patterson makes the case for a team of area players starring for their respective schools.

From the Edmonds Theater’s distinctive Art Deco lobby Sunday, employee Jack Eccleshall, 18, glances out front windows that frame scenes along Main Street. Eccleshall’s father Andy painted a mural of the theater as it looked nearly a century ago when it was called the Princess Theatre. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Edmonds movie house is classic, but many films are first-run

Oscar shorts and free “Throwback Thursday” flicks among offerings at Edmonds Theater on Main Street.

How the Whole 30 diet changed her relationship with food

Megan Campell cut out sugar, alcohol, grains, soy, legumes and dairy for a month. It’s now Day 108.

Snow is gone but it’s still a headache for school leaders

Making up all the missed days without extending the school year too long is going to be a challenge.

 

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The Four Day Fireplace crew encourages local homeowners with old wood stoves or inserts to see if they qualify for the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency’s $1,500 rebate program designed to improve the county’s air quality.

Dozens of local citizens find $1,500 sitting in their fireplace

Local business leads the charge to improve air quality in Snohomish County

 

Busted911.com connects Washington residents with a lawyer or bail bond agent when they need it most: just after being arrested.

New website alerts parents or other contacts in case of an arrest

Registering with Busted911.com ensures you’ll get notified if loved one lands in the local jail

 

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Videos

Tim Eyman allegedly stole a $70 chair from an Office Depot

Surveillance video shows him rolling the chair out the door. He says he can explain.

 

Snohomish girls beat Ferndale in district basketball matchup

The Panthers forced 25 turnovers and held the Golden Eagles to 34 points.

 

This snow isn’t going anywhere, and more is on the way Sunday

Below-freezing temperatures will continue, and storm systems are expected through Tuesday.

 

‘Build that wall’ cookie sparks outrage and spikes sales

Edmonds baker doesn’t try to sugarcoat the messages he puts on heart-shaped cookies.

 

Photography

Gallery: 2019 WIAA Boys Swimming and Diving Championships

State 3A and 4A swimming and diving championships at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way on Saturday.

 

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