A Lynnwood woman died last week in Everett. County health officials say this could be worst flu season since the pandemic.
Eight Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue firefighters contend unpaid leave was not legal. Six of them are back at work
Washington lawmakers will hold 39 hearings this week. Nearly all will be conducted in person, which hasn’t happened in three years.
Nearly two-thirds of voters backed a measure to keep the two-tenths of a percent sales tax for maintaining streets, sidewalks and more.
The 0.2% increase will push the rate in the city to 9.3% on April 1, 2023. It will generate $19 million in the next decade.
New boundaries, a tough GOP opponent and Democrats played a role. Sutherland’s embrace of Trump’s election fraud theories did too.
Shavers, a Democrat, is looking to unseat Gilday, a first-term GOP lawmaker. The outcome could be clear in Wednesday’s tally.
Mayor Christine Frizzell vetoed a council measure to ditch the fee. An attempt to override her action came up short.
The new four-year labor agreement “will help us recruit and retain” deputies, Sheriff Adam Fortney said.
Everett City Council Member Mary Fosse looks to make history, while patience of Monroe school leaders pays off.
Democrats still led in two key races in Island County and the Stanwood area. Support grew slightly for a Monroe school levy.
Hobbs would be the first person of color elected to the post. Anderson hopes to be the state’s first nonpartisan chief elections officer.
Kim Schrier, a Democrat, and Matt Larkin, a Republican, were dueling in a race that was a GOP target this cycle.
Snohomish County voters will have a say in control of Congress, funding for Monroe schools and the fate of two incumbent Republican state lawmakers
The Democratic governor issued the order when the pandemic began. 14,550 people have died from COVID in the state so far.
Rep. Kim Schrier faces challenger Matt Larkin in the 8th District, which now runs through communities on U.S. 2.
The U.S. representatives face GOP foes Vincent Cavaleri and Dan Matthews, who are spotlighting public safety and inflation.
Democrat Steve Hobbs and Julie Anderson, a nonpartisan candidate, are vying to be Washington’s secretary of state.
Snohomish County voters will decide on state and federal offices, funding for schools in Monroe, and roads in Lake Stevens and Stanwood.
Robert Sutherland and Sam Low offer voters a clear contrast in how they want to advance a Republican agenda in the 39th District.