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Weeks into a third wave of COVID activity, case counts have already surpassed the previous spike.
Districts may continue in-person learning but shouldn’t bring more students back, health officials say.
Everett Public Library and Sno-Isle Libraries leaders are forming plans to reopen, with no date set.
Authorities say the animal took off Tuesday morning after being let out of a van for nature’s call.
Archbishop Murphy High School has welcomed freshmen and sophomores back to campus, in small numbers.
In Snohomish County, COVID cases are continuing to rise as leaders warn of a third wave.
The recent Lost Wages Assistance program pumped an extra $625 million to Washington’s unemployed.
It’s too early to call it a third wave, but the numbers are cause for concern, Dr. Chris Spitters said.
One woman was shot in the face. Police believe all four people knew each other.
Jim Langston made the comment in reference to some parents, while frustrated about remote learning.
COVID metrics continue a positive trend, but masks and social distancing are here to stay, officials say.
The state says its ready to send out payments from a federal program. Certification is due Sunday.
The district has opted for a less formal relationship that doesn’t station officers at every high school.
The air was expected to be potentially hazardous in most areas of Snohomish County until Saturday morning.
The smoke will linger this week. And the unhealthy air can bring symptoms easily mistaken for COVID-19.
The massive columns and girders that will hold the track are popping up along I-5.
The state Employment Security Department couldn’t process all the new information, leaving users frustrated.
Cases are dropping, but don’t let your guard down, he said. Plus, one woman’s battle with the virus.
A federal program will give some of the state’s unemployed a $300 weekly bump for the past five weeks.
Local leaders point to anxiety, isolation and difficulty accessing drug treatment.