Friday, March 1, 2024
“It has fundamentally changed my teaching in really stressful and exciting ways,” an EvCC teacher said. At all levels of education, ChatGPT poses a tricky question.
Contamination has persisted at two motels Snohomish County bought to turn into shelters in 2022. In January, the county cut ties with two cleanup agencies.
When a processing plant in Alaska closed, Edmonds-based business Keyport stepped up to solve a “no-win situation.”
While the state Department of Transportation isn’t completely on board, Rep. Greg Nance thinks his bill will help ferries long-term.
Over 100 visitors searched for anemones and chitons Tuesday. Volunteers said the event sparks “enthusiasm for the natural world.”
Edmonds scores an important victory over Everett in the hotly-contested North Region.
Shoring up an aging seawall is the first order of business for Angela Harris, the first woman to lead the Edmonds port.
It’s a two-part event this year: brunch followed by the option to attend “Women in Hockey Night” with the Seattle Kraken.
Prosecutors charged Alex Waggoner with murder in the fatal shooting of Abdulkadir Shariff Gedi in Edmonds.
For the seventh time in a decade, the district is asking voters to approve bonds and levies for upgrades.
Rep. Strom Peterson’s measure aims to make statements inadmissible if police use deceptive tactics to get those statements.
Rachel Gardner opened Musicology Co. this month, filling a record store gap in Edmonds.
Guides will identify species at low tide Feb. 6. Visitors can expect to see anemones, sea stars and crabs.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson argued Providence, with hospitals in Everett and Edmonds, violated the state’s charity care law.
If the bill passes, Snohomish County graduates could get one year of free college locally, regardless of income.
The Port of Edmonds has roughly four years to rebuild the portwalk before it becomes unsafe — and puts $55 million in port property at risk.
The two residents were not home at the time, fire officials say. Four cats and two dogs did not survive.
Early in the week, burst pipes closed a few schools. On Wednesday, a new cold patch affected schools across the county.
When the library at 650 Main St. flooded in 2022, it gave officials a “completely blank slate” to improve the branch.
Alex Waggoner was reportedly crossing the street when Abdulkadir Shariff Gedi almost hit him. Waggoner then opened fire.