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Manufacturing problems with the Dreamliner will add $2 billion to the company’s production costs.
The FAA has not cleared certain planes to land in low visibility in Everett due to nearby 5G cellular towers.
In Darrington and elsewhere, rural residents have struggled to work remotely during the pandemic. A new project aims to help.
One type of plane serving Everett is subject to restrictions due to feared cellular phone interference with navigation.
The toymaker is closing Everett warehouses. But a recent “HQ2” expansion has the city confident Funko will remain rooted here.
The company headquarters are currently in downtown Everett, but distribution will move to a Phoenix suburb.
Big grocers funneled dark money into a campaign against genetically modified labels on food packaging.
Labels will indicate grape growers met guidelines in 9 areas, including water, pest and labor practices.
It’s a sign of the growing popularity of flying from Everett. So far, much smaller Embraer E175s have been the rule.
The move reverses a policy the coffee company announced earlier this month.
One Snohomish County mom said she couldn’t return to work “because I didn’t have child care and I wouldn’t be able to afford it.”
Lenz Enterprises can now handle 150,000 tons a year. Residents worry odors will be a problem.
The economic development group hopes for widespread participation among the region’s employers.
Christian Sayre, longtime owner of The Anchor Pub, was charged Friday with 10 counts of felony sex offenses.
One engineer wrote in a letter that she had a sexual relationship with Gates over several years.
It adds to Snohomish County’s growing repertoire of firms focused on flight without petroleum.
Allways Roofing has had at least seven serious injuries on its job sites, according to the state.
“You can’t just wait until the fog clears,” says one business owner. Here’s what he and others are planning.
Maverick Gaming wants to invalidate compacts allowing tribes, including the Tulalip and Stillaguamish, to offer sports wagering.