A Marysville daycare has closed its doors temporarily after an outbreak of COVID-19 cases among staff and children.
The large homeless camp on Rucker Avenue did not have permission to be there, city officials said.
Paine Field will reopen its runways and terminal in August with limited service after two months of closure due to the coronavirus.
Paine Field in Everett will reopen Aug. 1 with limited service.
If you use public transit in the North Sound, you probably noticed Community Transit has ended fare-free rides as more people are moving out and about.
Washington State Ferries is invetigating whether one of its ferries hit a whale near the Mukilteo ferry dock Monday.
A 21-year-old man from Marysville is dead after suffering injuries caused by a firework over the holiday weekend.
In the North Sound, health officials are worried an increasing number of COVID-19 infections could again cause surges at local hospitals.
SEATTLE-- Test flights for the re-certification of the Boeing 737 MAX started Monday at Boeing Field in Seattle.
BOTHELL, Wash., -- Summer meal programs are getting underway across the state.
Health officials say more than 50 people attended a party in Stanwood recently and now we know that one guest was showing symptoms of COVID-19.
An iconic tribal fireworks market that draws in thousands from across the state every year, is back on.
A decades long mystery out of Snohomish County has finally been solved.
Detectives used DNA and Investigative Genetic Genealogy to identify a 1977 murder victim more than 40 years later as a missing girl from Oregon.
The Edmonds School District and Seattle Public Schools announced they will remove law enforcement from schools.
The Snohomish County Health District is addressing a “troubling” increase in COVID-19 cases in the area.
Flower World in Maltby is known as one of the “largest plant nurseries of its kind on the west coast,” according to its website.
EVERETT – The Everett Fire Department is sounding the alarm after a rash of neighbors-helping-neighbors.
Nearly 1,200 childcare programs across Washington are temporarily closed due to the impacts of COVID-19. As the health crisis continues, the threat of more facilities closing could make it harder for parents to find a place for their kids.
SEATTLE -- Black Lives Matter organizers held dozens of silent marches in Washington cities on Friday, as well as work strikes and other measures to honor the lives lost to police brutality and racial injustice.