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Find out why savory jianbing has been a popular street food in China since ancient times.
A car was damaged but no one was hurt in a hail of bullets near the Old Spaghetti Factory.
A historian tells the dramatic story of the Columbia Day Storm, which walloped the Northwest on Oct. 12, 1962.
Kim Parker helps her students chill out with “sound baths” of soothing music.
Police believe the man, 40, severely beat the woman at her apartment. She suffered skull fractures.
Mark Evich of The Cove Restaurant and Lounge in Lynnwood says obscure cocktails are his biggest challenge.
He was taken to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening injuries.
Balancing leadership (the people side) and management (the process side) is a key to success.
Six projects were awarded money from Sound Transit to improve connections to transit.
When a Lynnwood cleaning company won a new client, it was time to boost the business side of things.
Authorities also had been alerted to a social media post allegedly threatening harm at the school.
In a letter, the chief calls the investigation unacceptable, and highlights progress since then.
The chill eatery on the Highway 99 strip is a good choice for happy hour after work.
She left her home on Madison Way and never showed up for school. She may have run away.
The transit center’s surface lot will close Oct. 19, replaced by an interim lot in downtown Terrace.
Mac and cheese wedges and totchos — think nachos with tater tots — are the highlights at this Lynnwood hangout.
In a retrial, Encarnacion Salas was found guilty of second-degree murder. A jury deliberated 2½ days.
Changes include more frequent Swift Blue Line Saturday service with buses arriving every 15 minutes.
Susannah Grant was inspired by ProPublica reporting on a Lynnwood case to make “Unbelievable.”
At Back9 Parlor, golfers tee off in simulators — no grass, walking or fair weather required.