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She gets her pick of 30 hopeful husbands-to-be on the hot hit ABC show that airs Monday.
Pause before making decisions and act with compassion, says a Behavioral Health Strike Team psychologist.
Bernard Gordon, 33, has a long history of sexual violence against women, here and in King County.
Under a new order, landlords can only evict tenants who refuse to seek help through a relief program.
A 100-year-old Monroe resident came face to fuselage with a World War II Corsair at Paine Field.
The opening comes with a warning: Fire danger will be high with the hot, dry conditions.
In a 3-2 vote, the council also approved hazard pay for grocery store workers.
The in-person events are places for community and support of LGBTQIA people.
An emergency ordinance was passed Tuesday with the aim of helping fill a gap in eviction protection.
A new state law, which bans the use of Native American mascots by schools, takes effect July 25.
Max Djenohan spent the pandemic pursuing outdoor adventures, clothed and in the buff.
Paine Field will receive $5.4 million. Arlington’s airport and Harvey Field each are getting $59,000.
Contractor crews plan to repair 220th and need to close the freeway for light rail work.
The Island County Jail inmate was temporarily sent to a state prison and allegedly held in solitary confinement.
Emmanuel Perez shot his roommate seven times, according to prosecutors. He has pleaded not guilty.
Rental assistance money won’t reach many landlords before the coronavirus eviction moratorium expires.
A six-movie lineup by the Port of Everett features action, cartoons and rom-com.
Remedy Tulalip is giving away cannabis cigarettes to those 21 and older who get a shot on Tuesday.
People gathered Saturday in a Monroe park to celebrate Juneteenth, a new federal holiday that commemorates the end of slavery.
The movie makers are shooting scenes for a full-length feature at various sites around the island.