The number of Washington drivers plugging in is growing, but the upfront cost of electric vehicles is high.
Ferne Ullestad turned 100 in April. She said over the years, Marysville has stayed the same at its core.
There’s an open house on Thursday. See what’s on the drawing board so far from 11 landowners.
Our stinky trash mountain could spontaneously combust, so officials are arranging to send garbage to Oregon.
The Tomorrow’s Hope program is a chance “to see the amount of work that goes into getting a salad,” says a trainer.
The highly marbled steaks melt like butter and are rich in flavor. And now the masses can enjoy them.
To celebrate its one-year anniversary, Buddy Burger raised money for Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center in Everett.
Herald photographers are out and about, capturing scenes from across Snohomish County.
Melinda Parke and her 8-year-old son with autism can’t find emergency housing in Everett. It’s been nearly five months.
Judge Cassandra Lopez-Shaw was remembered at a public memorial Thursday. “We cannot move forward from today with sadness,” her son said.
Stuart Nakamura was chosen to create a steel sculpture in Everett to memorialize our collective experience.
Construction kicked off Tuesday on the bus route, which will boost rapid service in south Snohomish County.
Get all shook up at “Kentucky Rain Band’s Elvis Challenge” on Friday at the Historic Everett Theatre.
The Panthers held off the Eagles for a 7-4 win in a battle of Wesco 3A/2A contenders.
Parks staff will soon unveil plans for the 1,400-acre trail network. Mountain bikers feel like “we didn’t get any input.”
Marine energy has momentum in the Northwest. Up-front costs are high, but wind, wave and tidal energy are free and boundless.
The 11-1 vote comes amid a national movement of workers unionizing at Amazon, Starbucks and elsewhere.
After-school activities and dozens of jobs could be on the chopping block. Voters will decide April 26.
In Lei Wiley-Mydske’s tattoo shop, “neurodivergent narwhals” are educators and advocates uplifting autistic voices.
The sign at the vacuum-cleaner store on Broadway gets attention and laughs. And every so often, it goes viral.