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After the killing on Aurora Ave. in Seattle, the suspect relocated to several different states.
The commercial headquarters could indeed come to Paine Field. But demand for big jets will not rebound quickly.
A man in his mid-40s refused another’s demand for his wallet. The victim was hospitalized.
Cassandra Lopez-Shaw would be the county’s first Latina judge. Robert Grant is endorsed by retiring judge Eric Lucas.
Dressing up pets is no longer just for cats and dogs. Rodents can be mermaids and superheroes, too.
State climatologist says the declining snowpack threatens water supplies as population grows.
Local environmental groups are forming, growing and attracting new members, young and old.
A driver hit a male who ran across the road Saturday night but stayed there and spoke with police.
The decennial process to revise County Council district borders will be detailed at Monday’s meeting.
He was expected to survive. A 31-year-old woman was later booked into jail as a suspect.
“I just panicked is all,” said Thomas Rock, who was sentenced to 3 years and 5 months in prison.
The USS Michael Monsoor may visit a few more times before it leaves at the end of October.
The company is considering selling the Commercial Airplanes division offices at Longacres in Renton.
Justices on Thursday unanimously agreed that voter-approved Initiative 976 is unconstitutional.
Allowing three more stores, for total of eight, will promote healthy competition, city council members said.
Tulalip Tribes biologists are relocating nuisance beavers to forest areas where they can thrive.
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood of “Whose Line is it Anyway?” will perform a Zoom improv show sponsored by Angel of the Winds Arena.
Firefighters doused the flames, a dog escaped safely and the victim was taken to the hospital.
Programs in Edmonds, Everett and Snohomish have helped restaurants cling to life during the pandemic.
Tuesday afternoon some 12,000 customers were without electricity, the PUD said.