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Critics say Ironwood echoes Frognal Estates. County staff say the plans are environmentally sound.
Colossal Boss’ new song, “Jellybean,” is named for frontman Steve Antonsen’s older daughter.
Special needs students were refused an education until six trailblazers launched a campaign around Puget Sound.
The Arlington sex offender allegedly tried to meet up with teenage girls. Both times he was talking with the same cop.
There were no injuries after a man drove into at least a few vehicles in a neighborhood.
In spite of the pandemic, the number of new businesses is up sharply compared to last year.
Tired of storing holiday decorations, a Bothell couple launched a company that rents tree ornaments.
Zunum alleges that Boeing, an investor, improperly used intellectual property and trade secrets.
Terrace’s Marina Christopher and her band will conclude the Northwest Performing Arts Foundation’s series of shows on Facebook.
Ronald Borovec, a longtime aviation enthusiast, was active in the Experimental Aircraft Association.
Hours before being found guilty, Terrence Miller died of a gunshot wound — the same cause of death for Jody Loomis.
Winning teams from six cities took home $75,000 in prize money. One winner built a better still.
Jurors are deliberating the fate of Terrence Miller, 78, who is accused of killing Jody Loomis, then 20.
Mezzo soprano Krista Cassidy will sing favorites from “Frozen” and more, as part of a Northwest Performing Arts Foundation series.
She ignored an order to leave a grocery store, police said. A video claimed she was detained simply for not wearing a mask.
Bothell’s Jim Jamison, owner of Foggy Noggin Brewing, wrote “What Would I Be If I Couldn’t Be Me?,” and his daughter, Stephanie Schisler, illustrated it.
He allegedly passed a trooper at 114 mph on a motorcycle, crashed, stole a car, fled gunshots and climbed 60 feet.
Brenda Carrington hopes to unseat the appointed, Democratic Snohomish County councilman on Nov. 3.
The former manager in the company’s tax division will pay back the stock gains, penalties and interest.
Zimbabwean-American musician ZNi International’s show will benefit Work2BeWell, a mental health initiative.