Decreases in crime in recent years appear to have reversed, prompting cities to raise the alert.
The agency, as it extends light rail to Everett while taxing its residents, must enforce fares.
With large majorities in favor of tighter restrictions, it’s what prevents work to curb gun deaths.
Restoring Hall Creek’s meandering path will treat stormwater while providing a natural park.
Utilities in the state will need to pay more attention to risks to powerlines from wind and trees.
Voters should check to see if they’re in a new district and prepare for consequential elections.
A lack of workers has limited Amtrak and the state ferry system. Graduates need to train for those jobs.
Most of us have put away masks, but case counts are rising again and vigilance is still paramount.
Discussion of LGBTQ clubs must tune out the culture war noise and focus on students and families.
The city first must be able to offer shelter opportunities before forcing people off the streets.
Girls Build introduced high school students to building trades apprenticeships and careers.
With proposals ready for more analysis, the work group must reach consensus to fix an unfair system.
Innovation and investment in a new bus rapid transit route and electric buses can get us where we’re going.
State and federal officials got in two good whacks against e-cigarette makers but the game isn’t over.
The death of one whale and the visit of others calls to the impacts they and their habitat face.
A new DNR program will use carbon-offset credits to preserve state forestland and bring in revenue.
A state goal will require new car sales be for electrics by 2030, but many may want to switch sooner.
The district has listened to voters, trimmed its levy requests and has made leadership changes.
Wiping ugly history from textbooks, language and documents only serves to protect racism.
During her state of the city address, Everett’s mayor outlines what’s needed to confront crime.