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The $1,200 coronavirus relief payments also provide much needed money for food, rent and bills.
Why do healthcare workers and others put their lives and those of their families at risk?
Watch your ear, wear a hat: DIY hairstyles flourish with “non-essential” barbers and salons closed.
Raja the star sulcata has less company and walkers due to COVID-19. The dogs are getting hairier.
Pot shops stay open amid COVID-19, with curbside pickup. And stimulus checks are coming soon.
In days before the stay-at-home order, families took in movies. Now you have to get your popcorn to go.
Cosmetology in the time of coronavirus pandemic halted as non-essential services. No tattoos, either.
Stock the pantry and medicine cabinet, and get things to entertain the family and pets for 14 days.
Only YOU can prevent the theft of the famous fire prevention bear. Please keep your paws off.
Look for Marysville native Danielle Winship, 28, and her red-furred retriever at the New York event.
David George Gordon turns creepy crawlers and spindly spiders into kebabs and cookies.
The longtime social worker figured why not turn @$#*%! into $$$. She started My Curse Purse.
New “Unsellable Houses” focuses on transforming modest Snohomish County homes into hot properties.
Chef’s manifesto: Sit up straight. No clinking crystal. No shoveling food in your mouth. NO jeans!
A flat-Earther, a He-Man and a naked man stood out this year in the world of What’s Up With That?
Kelly Howell, 53, of Mill Creek, was connected with her half-sibling in California by a 23andMe test.
They’re the first apples developed in Washington, and growers planted 12 million Cosmic Crisp trees.
The 8-foot chain saw chiseled dude with a mohawk and shouting mouth swivels around Arlington.
Krampus Night in Europe is Dec. 5. The creepster is making the rounds in these parts as well.
Sharen Heath’s First Street home is an artsy haven for birds — and a year-round head-turner.