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The river was expected to reach flood stage Thursday evening, said the National Weather Service.
A Snohomish County man, the first confirmed U.S. case of a new coronavirus, remains hospitalized in Everett.
The test flight is scheduled for 10 a.m., but that “is an estimate and delays can occur.”
As the news continues to develop, keep calm and catch up on what is known so far.
The Snohomish County man, the first in the U.S. known to be infected, is in a bio-containment room.
The Everett Station District Alliance disputed criticism and was confident it had enough support.
It’s Day 11 of 60 of the 2020 session of the Washington Legislature in Olympia.
Fans have been honoring Samiu Bloomfield, who died Sunday, at his favorite corner on Broadway.
Police are asking for help to find Justin Jakobsen, who is accused of the break-ins.
The state Department of Natural Resources trees could go to auction by May, with road work soon after.
The program is a year behind schedule due to a problem with the plane’s General Electric engines.
Sheriff Adam Fortney said his predecessor erred when he concluded Deputy Art Wallin violated policy.
Edirin Okoloko was defeated in a November bid to keep an appointed seat on the Snohomish County bench.
The Republican state representative, linked to domestic terrorism, is not likely to get the boot.
An arboretum group raised money for a sculpture installed in Andy Sudkamp’s honor. It’s now a gift to city.
Pending government approvals, the broadband company is to be acquired by WaveDivision Capital.
It’s Day 10 of 60 of the 2020 session of the Washington Legislature in Olympia.
Hundreds of sailors were joyfully greeted at Naval Station Everett on Tuesday morning.