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John Lawler and Dean Gribble Jr. recount the hours after the crab boat went down near Alaska.
Rick Steves, a longtime travel expert, explains the perks of European travel in the offseason.
A huge concentration of stream crossings essential to baby chinook salmon are in Snohomish County.
SEIU Healthcare 1199NW will continue talks with Swedish, Providence, a week after postponing strike.
The award-winning children’s musician teams up with his music-therapist wife to perform a sensory-friendly show.
Hanako O’Leary’s exhibit, “Izanami,” challenges society’s unease with female genitalia.
Three candidates from 2019, a former councilwoman and several board and commission members applied.
The county council vote was needed to finalize a settlement with the family of Nickolas Peters.
Somewhere in the world, or down the street, there’s an Amazon Locker that probably shares your name.
Kaylee Meyers, 14, was among six Washington teens on a Compassion 2020 trip with Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib.
Both sides reported progress in contract talks, with a possible settlement in sight.
Said crabber Dean Gribble Jr., of Edmonds: “It happened really fast. Everybody was trying to get out.”
Chris Madsen has a wife and two kids, thanks to his job at this Edmonds watering hole.
After overnight negotiations, workers and management agreed to return to the bargaining table.
Santa Fe Mexican Grill & Cantina has sibling eateries in Shoreline, Totem Lake and Renton Highlands.
Hundreds of participants splashed into Puget Sound — and into 2020 — at the annual Edmonds event.
Authorities couldn’t investigate the scene Thursday due to active flames in pockets of the rubble.
No injuries were reported, and there were no concerns of exposure to neighboring homes.
Shahzad Raja, of Caravan Kebab in Edmonds, to give out 250 lunchboxes to the homeless on Christmas.
The daily commutes this week could be less congested, but plan ahead just in case.