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The 2021 Point-In-Time Count will not include a survey of people on the streets, as it usually does.
The settlement includes money for crash victims’ families, airline customers and airlines, and a fine.
Closing arguments got under way Thursday in trial to decide if Eyman broke campaign finance laws
With the COVID-19 toll still rising, the day-to-day world of last January seems a distant memory.
Unfortunately, the odds of winning are about 1 in half a billion. Each ticket will set you back $2.
Leaders from both sides said the state constitution requires it and that they wouldn’t be intimidated.
About 200 turned out for a rally at a park-and-ride in Everett, which was followed by a parade of vehicles.
A family was displaced by a fire that apparently started in two dumpsters.
Vaccination efforts have moved more slowly than officials would like, with the logistics complicating rollout.
Two Marysville teens were arrested Wednesday for investigation of second-degree murder.
Members from Washington tweeted from inside the Capitol after pro-Trump demonstrators invaded.
When the rent is unpaid, property owners and lessors look to Rachel and Britt Morgan for help.
Sound Transit’s commuter train between Everett and Seattle won’t resume until Monday at the earliest.
The state took over COVID-19 contact tracing after an exodus of several health staffers in December.
The health district is working to speed the vaccination process and get more shots into arms.
Snohomish County’s fate is linked to King and Pierce counties. Regions can move forward — and backward.
James Doggett is accused of burning down the Firdale Market, then trying to torch a Mount Vernon gas station.
William Tuttle, 49, was with family at the time. He was from Mountlake Terrace.
Change orders for the project added nearly $2 million to the project’s original $9.5 million budget.
New parking on Smith Island is now available, along with an annual waterfowl hunting season.