An interactive map of “Population Islands” shows who you might be isolated with — and where — in a major earthquake.
A decade after immigrating to the U.S., Alice Tum has mastered the art of making Hawaiian-style doughnuts and sells them from her own food trailer.
Jeffrey Raven Leonard, 52, of Everett, joins thousands of other colonels honored for good deeds by the governor of Kentucky.
Thousands, including actor John Travolta, gathered at Boeing’s Everett factory to bid goodbye to the “Queen of the Skies.”
Plus, the 4A and 3A state baseball championships are coming to Funko Field in Everett and more.
Private owners donated land near the contaminated Wicks Tide Flats to the Port of Everett. Cleanup work could begin within the year.
The German shepherd had 520 deployments, 166 arrests and 113 evidence finds with his handler, Sgt. Jason Robinson.
The on-the-job training program offers paid internships and career planning assignments with a real-world feel.
The Apex Art and Culture Center will host an 800-person hall for live music, as well as space planned for art, steak and more.
Volunteers set out into the rain Tuesday to count all the people facing homelessness in central Everett.
She’s less RoboCop and more Rosey as she patrols the restaurant, making sure everyone has a drink and good time.
A celebration in Edmonds ushered in the Lunar New Year.
The company confirmed in depositions that parts of its Everett plant still don’t meet 2010 standards.
Everett libraries and Snohomish County have partnered to train people on how to use naloxone, in an effort to reverse overdoses.
“It’s time to move on.” The small family-owned store opened in 1963 and grew to cover an entire city block.
Avian flu is to blame for costs that have more than doubled in the past year. Local diners in particular are shelling out more cash.
Composting is low-effort and high-reward: “It improves all kinds of soils, including dense and waterlogged.”
Coming off of a double levy failure last year, the district could face “impossible choices” and lose about a sixth of its budget.
Mountlake Terrace is spending millions to revamp the former nine-hole course into a regional lakeside park.
The Cairus family moved at least 11 times since 2006. Housing Hope offered stable housing and a chance to “build traction.”