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Respite, weddings, un-immaculate conceptions are part of the legacy of the miniature Wayside Chapel.
Everett’s congressman says Trump’s attack on four congresswomen denigrates the meaning of U.S. citizenship.
A study says the network from Portland to Vancouver could cost up to $42 billion.
Maybe, maybe not. A new state report says it’s not clear if it was an incentive, and Boeing won’t say.
A family-owned store in Brier had never sold a lottery ticket worth more than $10,000 — until now.
After getting signatures for a measure that didn’t qualify, Restore Washington wants to do its own.
600-foot-tall tower to bring nearly 600 workers to Bellevue so far
Celebrate 18! was held by nonprofit Eileen & Callie’s Place on Saturday.
The agreement also reduces the size of special education classes while boosting support for students.
VoteWA has run into some problems in recent months as the Aug. 6 primary election draws closer.
University of Washington among researchers of climate change’s effects in global temperatures.
Thousands of people felt them. They were magnitude 4.6 and 3.5 and hit minutes apart.
Shortfall is roughly $250 million each year; county may seek tax from unincorporated voters.
The baristas are unsure of their next steps but may file for a rehearing, their lawyer said.
In spite of the setback, Eyman still has an initiative dealing with car tabs on the November ballot.
Some brides-to-be may be left without a dress after a burglary at Brides and Beyond.
People seeking relative peace and quiet are boosting the area’s third-biggest industry.
Christine Hendrickson stole expensive software from Microsoft. She’ll never pay off the restitution.
A new study predicts demand for airline service in the Puget Sound region will double by 2050.
Widely known for its winter wonderland, summer at Stevens Pass offers other opportunities.