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A new report estimates the costs of seawalls. They’re not a good fit for Puget Sound, but what is?
An advisory vote on a fireworks ban would give the council useful feedback as it considers a decision.
As candidates scramble to keep left of each other, Trump is benfiting from a strong economy.
If it helps visitors find us — and boosts our local economy — we’ll adjust to the new name.
Among the buildings with the highest risks to safety were those in Marysville and Darrington schools.
An appellate court found Everett’s ordinances were neither vague nor a violation of free speech rights.
Recent actions should help, but there are steps you can take to limit your exposure to scams.
With nearly 2 million new neighbors on the way, we have to have a plan that serves all our needs.
While candidates discussed Medicare for All, a Senate committee advanced bills that can lower costs.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund needs full and permanent funding to serve our needs for parks.
About half of high school graduates fail each year to complete the federal financial aid form.
Enthusiasm for Snohomish PUD’s solar project offers hope for a 100 percent clean power future.
Rejecting the project does nothing to resolve a public safety problem for emergency vehicle access.
A fireworks ban could limit damage and injuries that occur too often this time of year.
An Everett review that has put a Housing Hope project on hold needs the public’s participation.
President Trump should honor the history of the aircraft and abandon his red, white and blue paint scheme.
The argument they’re already exempt is easily refuted and defies the intent of the Public Records Act.
Both have made billions selling ads linked to news stories but without paying those who produce the news.
Cases involving missing and murdered tribal women in the state have gone under-reported and unresolved.
Plans for test mining for gold and copper in British Columbia poses a threat to the Skagit River.