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The suspect was driving an SUV on Highway 99 in Lynnwood and is under investigation for DUI.
The sheriff’s office said detectives are investigating the suspect for DUI, hit and run, and vehicular homicide.
As Link stations crawl northward, officials are looking for input what housing to allow around them.
Travis Keel, known for violence, played part in a scheme that stretched from Mexico to Washington.
The malls plan to have him in person and socially distanced. “We need holiday cheer,” says a mall manager.
Sawyer West checked out of a group home over a month ago. His body was discovered not far away on Thursday.
First-graders were to start a hybrid schedule on Monday, but teachers say the district is not ready.
Edmonds College and Everett Community College report increases of workers interested in education.
Crews will work overnight, on a weekend, where Sound Transit’s rail line will cross the freeway.
As COVID cases spike, so does demand for TP. Stores usually have a supply, but take only what you need.
Winning teams from six cities took home $75,000 in prize money. One winner built a better still.
Family, friends and police ask that people keep an eye out for Sawyer West, who has schizophrenia.
At 2, Lynnwood’s Malachi Stohr-Hendrickson is a Patient Ambassador with Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Justices on Thursday unanimously agreed that voter-approved Initiative 976 is unconstitutional.
Hip-hop and rap artist Ty Lewis has released a song a month in 2020. Now he’s producing and performing in a benefit concert.
Michael C. Sartain, 72, died of smoke inhalation in the accidental fire in a mobile home.
The Washington State Patrol wants to see dash-cam video and speak with anyone who was on I-5 Sunday morning.
For some local high school students, auto shop is the thing that keeps them from dropping out.
No jury would find Sunkyong Oh, a nursing assistant, guilty of causing a cancer patient’s death, a judge ruled.
ChildStrive’s virtual game offers safe activities for kids and their parents during the pandemic.