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A daily pill could virtually end HIV, if people only knew to get it
Less than a quarter of Washingtonians at highest risk of HIV use PrEP. Why so low? “Stigma,” an Everett nurse practitioner said.
Snohomish Health District hiring full-time monkeypox task force
The county is gearing up for more cases. The outbreak will be evaluated weekly to decide if a four-person team is merited.
Monkeypox case count rises to 6 in Snohomish County
Meanwhile, cases in the state have roughly doubled every week. Most of those have been in neighboring King County.
Some growing pains, lots of nostalgia as Meltdown returns at new venue
Summer Meltdown is in its 20th year. Attendees of the four-day festival converged on the new riverfront grounds Thursday.
28 cooling centers open in Snohomish County amid weeklong heat wave
Some places will get into the upper 90s. Firefighters are bracing for swift water rescues, heat stroke and more.
Monkeypox vaccine supply ‘severely limited,’ but more is on the way
Most people in at-risk groups still cannot get vaccinated in Washington, as the state awaits more federal shipments.
Snohomish County confirms 2nd monkeypox case
Cases in Washington have nearly tripled in the past week. The first case in Snohomish County was reported July 8.
Warmer weather brings increased risk of window falls
A 5-year-old was critically injured when he fell from a second-story window Saturday. It’s the fourth fall this year.
At Tulalip’s Boom City, fireworks are a family tradition
Generations have grown up at the Fourth of July institution. “Some people make good money, some are just out here for the pastime.”
Festivities abound in Snohomish County this Fourth of July
Here’s where to find local parades, street fairs and fireworks shows.
Summer starts on sweltering note with year’s first heat wave
Forecasters say stay cool, and stay safe, as a heat wave could bring temperatures approaching 90 degrees this weekend.
400 youths will get a free laptop in effort to boost digital literacy
Forty-five kids received one Wednesday at the South Everett/Mukilteo Boys Girls Club. Comcast is giving them out.
Welcome to Juneuary: It’s a little dreary, but it’s not all bad news
“Cool and wet have been the theme for the Pacific Northwest,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Jacob DeFlitch.
Puget Sound’s lowest tides in years unveil a world of sea life
The moon’s wobble is responsible for the lowest tides in 13 years. There are more chances this week to explore beaches.
Rally in support of gun control set for Saturday in Everett
The event will begin at 1 p.m. downtown, followed by a march through the city.
Slain Bothell father identified; son remains in custody
Gavin Wollman is accused of killing his father, Robert Wollman, who was found dead Friday morning.