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“Silent Sky” is about Henrietta Swan Leavitt, whose work led to men getting all the credit.
Initially, it was reported as an assault during a burglary — by someone else.
Ferries offer a final send-off for the cremains of loved ones. All for the price of passenger fare.
A report from the National Audubon Society suggests climate change is affecting North American birds.
The Mukilteo woman, 46, was charged with first-degree theft.
The killer is randomly chosen on stage in this comedy thriller that evokes the board game “Clue.”
Local police will work with state and federal agencies to investigate who made the calls.
The plaintiffs are challenging a requirement that gun owners keep their weapons secured.
Someone called 911 saying people were going to be harmed.
The man, in his 50s, was shot in the face and chest early Sunday. Police arrested four boys.
The city already prohibited plastic bags. It will target plastic straws and utensils next.
The city is home to Washington’s first Creative District, bringing new attention to its rich culture.
The current mayor, Dave Earling, isn’t ready to discuss his plans.
At least two men were involved Wednesday morning, according to the school.
“Painters of the Northwest: Impressionism to Modernism” opens Jan. 17 at the Cascadia Art Museum.
“There’s no greater time than now to honor Dr. King’s vision,” educator and poet Michael Benitez says.
Joey Shapiro Key and Corey Gray to speak on “Indigenous Perspectives of Earth and Space” in Edmonds.
Someone snapped a photo of the man Sept. 30 near Yost Park, where he was later found dead.
Writing under a pseudonym, Jennifer Bardsley is making a name for herself in the YA book world.
After two years, The Kitty Catfe in Edmonds must move its venue with 19 cats from Firdale plaza.