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Many in Snohomish County had more than just the presidential race in mind on Tuesday.
Doris Callaghan, 100, and her avid roomies will stay up past their 7 p.m. bedtime on election night.
After his pandemic layoff from Macy’s, Brett Kelly, 24, has been adding to his 1.4 million followers.
Weird laws and other fun facts about voting.
Red, blue and other voters share their reasons for who should lead the nation the next four years.
Dressing up pets is no longer just for cats and dogs. Rodents can be mermaids and superheroes, too.
The boat was protected in Saturday’s strike by a “Faraday cage” invented by a scientist in 1836.
On the island of 364,260, there 350 churches, 269 glaciers, many eye-popping wonders — and one Costco.
A ferry was struck by lighting, a tornado touched down and now high winds and snow are in the forecast.
Thieves shattered the window of Everett Comics in a smash and grab Sunday. Owner wants Batman back.
The Snohomish house comes complete with tracks, speeder car and people looking in the window.
Quarantine began after he went on a fishing trip. “If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime.”
First a pandemic, now the departure of the Dreamliner. Many Everett restaurants are struggling to survive.
The dog’s odyssey landed him at the bottom of a “Silence of The Lambs” pit. A PUD crew saves the day.
Fred Sirianni of Marysville and his son, Jake, walked 19 hours from New York City to Connecticut.
Flu season officially starts Oct. 1, but shots are available now. Experts recommend not waiting.
Meet Charlotte Daphne-Celeste Buzard Simmons-Otness of Whidbey Island. Her mom’s initials are ORCAS.
“Hope the Whale” hopefully can do for Langley what “Rachel the Pig” did for Pike Place Market.
Sno-Isle Tech will have limited in-person classes for a chance “to see it, feel it, touch it, do it.”
The pandemic freed us from our desks and opened our eyes to the Everett around us.