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Resuming normal living too soon could enable the virus to “spring back up on us,” Jay Inslee said Thursday.
On “Herald Headlines,” Executive Editor Phillip O’Connor provides an update about the Herald newsroom.
Challenges include a shrinking supply, social-distancing practices and a need for younger volunteers.
Mayor Brett Gailey suggested shoppers go on certain days, based on the first letter of their last names.
Fewer buses are running as at least nine transit employees have tested positive in Snohomish County.
A trip to the store will get trippier as anti-virus measures are brought in for shopper and worker safety.
Even the remotest trails on state Department of Natural Resources land are closing to the public.
Snohomish County public health officials declined to name the locations, citing patient privacy.
It also helps end a legal fight over taxes involving the county, the state and the Tulalip Tribes.
The new law allows wagering on most college and professional sporting events.
The move, which the aerospace giant sought, aims to resolve an international trade dispute.
Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.
Despite a 68% drop, the passenger terminal’s owner expects to weather the coronavirus crisis.
To his family, Elton Washington is much more than a statistic in the growing COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 20,000 votes seperated the remaining Democratic candidates after the final tally.
Tyler Chism, 33, an Everett city worker and man about town, tells what it’s like to have the virus.
Sculpture, part of playground renovations, is a reminder of elephant that lived and died in zoo here.
Tests are free for those who qualify. The center opened Monday near Everett Memorial Stadium.
He joins fellow Senate Democrat Steve Hobbs in the contest to succeed Cyrus Habib.