An analysis of Washington state’s 2012 pertussis epidemic, the worst since 1942, found that the vaccine to prevent the disease waned sharply and quickly in teens who were fully inoculated.
About 19 advanced kayakers learned self-rescue techniques and how to assist when a kayak capsizes in anticipation of the upcoming flotilla protest May 16 in Elliott Bay.
“We’ve heard loud and clear from people across Washington that this permit didn’t meet their expectations, and we respect the growers’ response,” said Ecology Director Maia Bellon in a news release Sunday.
Sketched April 28, 2015 In late March, two weeks after this iconic driftwood orca fell to the ground and the Edmonds Parks Department removed it from Brackett’s Landing Park, the deteriorated artwork sat in a storage yard awaiting disposal. A city official told me the piece of “folk art” was rotten and hollowed out, and...
Four people have been hospitalized and at least 28 others are sick with dangerous E. coli infections linked to an agricultural festival in Lynden in April, health officials said.
Commuting by ferry may be one of the most enchanting ways to get to work here in Puget Sound territory. The views through those wide open windows facing the water, sky and mountains is hard to beat. But I'm sure even the happiest of ferry commuters get numb to their surroundings after a while. Most people I saw aboard the...
It's unclear how long a roughly 25-foot sailboat will remain on a Mukilteo beach after breaking loose and washing ashore.
The Tacoma Narrows Marina has announced it is closing its public boat ramp following yet another death there.
Relatives and community members gathered Thursday night for a march and vigil for a man fatally shot in a lumber yard by police in the Tacoma suburb of Lakewood.
People living close to Naval Station Everett now hear the national anthem instead of "Call to Colors" every morning, and at a louder volume.