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With people staying home, do you scale back activities and events — or do you close?
A large group of people reportedly gathered outside of Chief Carmen Best’s home Saturday evening.
Inspectors say the Maltby nursery’s policy put workers at risk of exposure to coronavirus.
Bob Martin must pay a $90,000 fine and may lose his license after defying stay-home order in May
The Everett, Edmonds, Mukilteo and Stanwood Camano districts announced Wednesday they’ll go remote this fall.
Mayor Kartak explains the city’s response to May 31 protests
Many districts are re-thinking plans to welcome students back to schools as COVID-19 cases spike.
Democrats Anne Anderson and April Berg, and Republican Mark James, are vying to serve the 44th District.
Cooler temps and damp mornings are in the forecast for the rest of the week. Then summer returns.
The Snohomish company will kick off its grand opening with live-stream shows on July 16, July 31 and Aug. 1.
Caleb Kallander plans a virtual concert after Inslee’s clarification scuttles his Snohomish gig.
Civil War re-enactor, former state lawmaker disagree as protesters seek removal of monuments, flags.
The owner, however, has said he will legally challenge the governor’s order requiring face coverings.
Aaron Blanchard allegedly was drinking before a head-on collision that killed Brandon Elias, 31.
Each site will offer tests for one day this week. Tests will continue at McCollum Park in Everett.
Flower World near Snohomish allegedly sent a letter to employees saying “employees cannot wear masks.”
A Bothell man allegedly blew through the intersection of Highway 9 and 176th Street Southeast.
Often the large demonstrations are led by teens and college students. Some are too young to vote.
Inslee modified Phase 1 requirements June 9, allowing some lap pools to reopen with restrictions.
Self-appointed guards saved the city from looters, the mayor said. A chorus of citizens saw the opposite.