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The weather might damper the view during the total lunar eclipse. But it’s worth it to look anyway.
A Whidbey Island resident is telling people around the world that our planet is not a sphere.
A crowd turned out to hug and eat cake with Carl Gipson, who broke down barriers here.
After two years, The Kitty Catfe in Edmonds must move its venue with 19 cats from Firdale plaza.
Edmonds Senior Center opens a new shop of bargains in Westgate Shopping Center. All ages welcome.
Bryce Carnahan, 20, of Lake Stevens, was part of the honor guard at the 41st president’s funeral.
The ferry system’s long-term plan includes retiring 13 rust buckets and making the fleet green.
Brenna and Jesse Weewie, their six children and Grandma are thankful for the help.
Silver Lake Video in Everett is closing after 33 years. The owner is retiring.
Gaskin is a record-setting Husky football player. His parents are proud and loud about it.
It’s become an annual event for the Everett radio show, as DUIs remain a deadly problem.
Dan O’Donnell started the senior bicycle group that has kept riding, somehow, since his 2017 death.
This dad’s fancy flapjacks come to life on the griddle as Harry Potter, sharks and cartoon characters.
Sometimes, protecting and serving the public means chasing jittery critters around a bathroom.
Kalani Taladoc, who plays the violin, is fascinated by biomedical engineering.
Nichols Brothers on Whidbey Island can turn a “pile of steel” into a tug, a ferry or a cruise ship.
The woman, who bolted from a traffic stop, blamed her problems on tweakers.
Quick action — and a defibrillator — are credited with saving the life of a man at the Traxx Raceway.
Keith Moser had hoped for money, but found wads of newspaper behind the drywall in a home remodel.
City Council moves to hire law firm to review Jennifer Gregerson’s payments on contracts.