Nataliia and Yosip’s families got to Everett after a treacherous journey from Ukraine, over the U.S.-Mexico border.
The numbers look good, but Snohomish Health District officials say they’re keeping an eye on the BA.2 subvariant.
Marina is from Russia. Mike is from Ukraine. Both rebuke Russian propaganda, but some loved ones back home believe it.
Moving away from mandates, officials say the next phase in Washington’s response is about “empowering” residents to keep safe.
They met when Maizie was a USO girl and Roy was a Marine. Their stories now span a century.
Meet three locals who are passionate about our avian friends — but insist they’re not ‘true birders.’
Some are nervous. Some are relieved. Snohomish County’s health officer and top elected official will keep their masks on.
Lots as small as 25,000 square feet are now allowed to build detached accessory dwelling units.
Mykyta, 11, spent the winter here and returned to his Ukrainian orphanage to await the formalities. Then Russia invaded.
The county is planning how to accommodate newcomers. Here are four takeaways from newly adopted growth targets.
Meet the town’s new ambassadors, the Mukfest Pirates. They’re a laidback krewe of part-time buccaneers.
Washington, Oregon and California together will lift mask requirements in most, but not all, settings.
Glenn Griswold’s hellscape on wheels is a Halloween bit turned lifestyle. His undead passengers can pee Mountain Dew.
In the wake of protests, Snohomish County created an office for police oversight, bail reform and anti-racism. How much was achieved?
Jerry and Andrea Dinsmore helped thousands of hikers, sometimes saving lives. She died in 2017. Jerry followed this month.
For a few more weeks, here’s where to find visiting swans. If you’re lucky, you might see a “rare bird alert.”
“The Woman” will feature scenes shot at Norm’s Market in Lake Stevens and Flat Iron Gallery in Sultan.
Officials expect COVID-19 cases to rapidly decline in the next few weeks. Hospitalizations are also decreasing.
The Center for COVID Control ran sites in Everett and Lynnwood. A lawsuit alleges they gave invalid results, or none at all.
One nurse at Providence in Everett estimated travel nurses made up 80% of her unit. The consensus is that’s not sustainable.