The flagpole in her front yard is a visual for Facebook posts about who Melissa Batson is and how she got there.
Sam Bowles, 18, uses vibrant videos and social media fame to raise awareness of autism.
For many, it’s the first time writing a letter on paper — and making a friend on the other side of the globe.
The number of Washington drivers plugging in is growing, but the upfront cost of electric vehicles is high.
The highly marbled steaks melt like butter and are rich in flavor. And now the masses can enjoy them.
Get all shook up at “Kentucky Rain Band’s Elvis Challenge” on Friday at the Historic Everett Theatre.
The sign at the vacuum-cleaner store on Broadway gets attention and laughs. And every so often, it goes viral.
Stylist Alex Lewis of Everett started Wanderer Barbering Co. in a van to bring cuts to clients.
When you buy an old house, you wait for the next thing to go wrong. And you don’t have to wait long.
Facebook’s “View From My Window” launched early in the pandemic continues to connect people worldwide.
Shawn Dirksen traded the cigar industry for driving a big rig with his pit bull, Bonnie. They keep three eyes on the road.
While incarcerated in Monroe for 10 years, Gabriel Herrera used a ballpoint pen to stick out.
Twin sister real estate agents Leslie Davis and Lyndsay Lamb are in competition show airing Feb. 28.
Bart Lematta has plans for the retired Evergreen State ferry, docked in Langley since October.
Words matter. Inclusive language is the message of a guide that is spinning on social media.
Solving the daily five-letter brain teaser in six tries is the latest social media obsession.
Keith Reyes, 64, visits a Stanwood nail salon for “foot treatments” that help soothe blast injuries.
Jack Rice, 17, started a free service to help seniors connect with tech. “He’s a hero around here.”
Shirley Howard, 86, has two other kids, ages 60 and 62. They didn’t know they had a big brother. They welcomed him.
An Everett couple pushes Auggie Doggie in a stroller and engages others to share their pet tales.