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Local leaders urge residents to keep wearing masks and to avoid large gatherings or parties.
Some are waiting for thousands in backpay while others worry after losing the extra $600 each week.
Richard Tuttle faces up to a year in jail or a $5,000 fine. He allegedly told police he did it.
Approved applicants will receive $1,000. But payments may not be available until October.
State and local agencies are monitoring the 45-footer that grounded at the beach earlier this week.
Infection rates are flattening, data show, but Snohomish County is far from the recommended target.
New numbers are a positive step forward, but some metrics are headed in the wrong direction.
The locations, ranging from construction sites to salons to banks, combine for 43 virus infections.
The site provides capacity for 500 tests per day, the Snohomish Health District said.
The Archdiocese of Seattle will follow state guidelines and is planning for online teaching.
A resolved case doesn’t mean payments are on the way. Some may have to appeal for relief.
Administrators say the smaller schools can follow safety guidelines more easily than public schools.
More than half of locals infected with the virus in July got it from a close contact, data show.
The Everett, Edmonds, Mukilteo and Stanwood Camano districts announced Wednesday they’ll go remote this fall.
Payments for accepted applicants will go directly to landlords and service providers.
Prosecutors say they know who did it, they just can’t prove he was motivated by the artist’s race.
“Step Up 2020” aimed to advance racial equity in the workplace and community.
There are 13 active clusters, up from three last week, as the COVID-19 case count continues to rise.
Investigators are still seeking the cause of a blaze that leveled under-construction apartments.
Many districts are re-thinking plans to welcome students back to schools as COVID-19 cases spike.