Who has fentanyl taken from us? A messenger who saved lives. A “street mom.” A grandpa who loved his grandkids “999 trillion times.”
It’s similar to an Amber Alert. Tulalip families of the missing have called the program a good first step.
If approved, it could be near another new village for families at a church — and the third shelter of its kind in the city.
The beachside Keystone Preserve, south of Coupeville, is the Whidbey Camano Land Trust’s largest purchase at $9.1 million.
Washington will become a sanctuary for abortion access. Voters legalized early pregnancy abortions over 50 years ago.
The Snohomish High School senior-to-be is a top contender at Saturday’s Mark Galloway Shootout.
Forty-five kids received one Wednesday at the South Everett/Mukilteo Boys Girls Club. Comcast is giving them out.
For years, Holly Burkett-Pohland wanted to expand a business founded by her mother in 1978.
PSA: Eat a chicken sandwich from Sweet Radish (formerly 9 Delicacies) as soon as possible.
Amid a statewide push for mandatory education on Nazi atrocities, Emily Dykstra will spend part of her summer at Auschwitz.
Testing found stormwater toxins above permit limits, a watchdog says. State regulations require a fix.
The state is seeking bids for a shipbuilder. The first ferry will serve the Mukilteo-Clinton route. It already has a name.
Community members say they hope their cities can continue to “build on what has begun.”
“Cool and wet have been the theme for the Pacific Northwest,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Jacob DeFlitch.
The Everett treatment plant released the water into the Snohomish River. It may have not been properly sanitized.
The employee and her fellow union members claim she was fired for supporting the union. Starbucks denies it.
Vaughan Rody, who officiated his final game in April, said he “lived a dream.”
An Everett dart tourney raised cash for hospice patients as a celebration of the life of Bernadette Johnson.
Two decades ago, they ditched the suburbs and started raising the fleecy creatures. Today, they’ve grown their herd to about 40 animals.
Thousands of students will receive diplomas as 2022 graduation ceremonies kick into high gear.