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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.
“Epstein didn’t kill himself” was a far cry from the usual fare of high-school pep and community spirit.
Drunk and homeless for decades, the well-known panhandler is performing his act clean and sober.
Our state is third in nation for alien craft encounters. UFOiTeam says it’s nothing to snicker about.
The travel guru bumps into his scarecrow Franken side on an Edmonds porch.
The Danish music legend from the hit band War lives in Everett and sells his harps worldwide.
Lice Spies is a hair salon that targets those tiny 6-legged parasites that make us itch like crazy.
Roger BelAir teaches the art of the game with the funny name to inmates and at courts in Edmonds.
Poodle is more than groomer’s pet. “He’s my service dog, marketing director and best date I’ve ever had.”
The power of the hyphen: The tiny taqueria changed its logo and colors and is now Taco-Book.
A hospital tech has started a group for self-described misfits and outcasts who are into creepy things.
Bev’s granddaughter is moving into the 21st century and a bigger space. But it’ll always be Bev’s place.
It will cover medical bills and buy a first vacation for an Everett family that was homeless six months.
Artist Tim Leonard’s neon signs bring a pop of color to laid-back village by the sea.
Cliff Edwards has spent 46 years taking care of the final resting places of our loved ones.
These used boards, 200 yards’ worth, have been dropped off over the years at a garden store in Sultan.