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Many Snohomish County voters are now a big step closer to having new representation in the state Legislature.
Since 1948, only one other September-October-November period has brought more rain to Paine Field.
Members voted 4-3 to end fees that fund road work. With an election Tuesday, the matter might not be settled.
Here are notable takeaways from our deep look at the controversy around Everett artist Bob Fink and his work.
The college is also providing students with free housing and up to $2,500, using federal money.
Plaintiffs argue in Snohomish County and elsewhere — without evidence — that machines “obviously are not working.”
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The governor also ordered employees of public schools, colleges and child care centers to get vaccinated.
Starting Thursday, everyone 5 and up, vaccinated or not, must wear a mask in public indoor spaces.
Digital currency is worth trillions to traders betting on Dogecoin, Bitcoin and other blockchains.
Christopher Sembroski is in training to be part of a three-day SpaceX Dragon flight funded by a billionaire.
The supersized bobblehead was taken from Everett Comics in an October “smash-and-grab.”
They came up short on signatures. They vow to keep watch and be ready if Fortney runs in 2023.
A state bill would ban Native American mascots and symbols from schools — unless there is tribal permission.
Only 22,000 will be let in the stadium, with vaccinated health-care workers getting 7,500 of the tickets.
Contributions are flowing into electoral battles from Arizona to Maine, Kentucky to South Carolina.
County donors poured more than $2 million into the contest. Contributions ranged from $1 to $50,000.
The streetscape looks better, but pedestrian traffic hasn’t returned.
Everett’s airline terminal fills with passengers on Saturday; elected officials pledge their support.
Viewpoints were sharply divided between Democrats and Republicans.