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The money saved on death penalty trials is better spent to investigate unsolved murders and rapes.
Just as a doctor would, we need to fully assess the patient and his or her particular condition.
Myths about science shouldn’t keep students from considering a range of rewarding careers.
While the state increased school funding with its property tax, districts still need local levies.
The Everett School District’s bond and levy will help it prepare students for high-demand careers.
Edmonds has it right. And the state can take steps to move to 100 percent clean, renewable energy.
It’s more humane — and cost-effective — if we connect those with addictions to treatment and services.
The annual ceremony is broken and has directed the intended focus of government away from Congress.
Lake Stevens has outgrown a library that hasn’t changed in size in 30 years. Vote yes on Feb. 13.
Dentists need proper training, especially on how to advise patients on pain management.
Using disaster response as a model, a multi-agency group is coordinating the response to the crisis.
It can be hard to fathom the worth of a billion dollars, and that keeps us from grasping inequality.
The state’s minimum wage increase is working against many in restaurants. Here’s a better idea.
While the vaccine’s effectiveness can vary year to year, it’s still the best way to avoid influenza.
California’s landslides — and Oso before it — show the need to map hazards and get out of the way.
The “fake news” phrase — granted legitimacy by a U.S. president — provides cover to autocrats worldwide.
For King, love was not sentimental; it’s a key part of creating communities that work for everyone.
By addressing family and domestic violence we can help limit the likelihood of a mass shooting.
The industry only steps up when caught with its pants down, so spare us the lectures on morality.
It could mean a loss of tobacco tax revenue for the state, but that revenue comes at a cost.