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A 14-year-old was taken to Harborview Medical Center, plus six more Everett and Monroe hospitals.
Chemical giant Monsanto was ordered to pay Sky Valley Education Center teachers in the first of many lawsuits.
Monroe and areas of the county near the Cascades were expected to see highs in the 90s.
Kevin Rodriguez stabbed Evodio Garcia Martinez to death in 2019. A jury found him guilty of manslaughter.
In Monroe, two minimum security units will shut down soon, followed by the Washington State Reformatory.
A 100-year-old Monroe resident came face to fuselage with a World War II Corsair at Paine Field.
The in-person events are places for community and support of LGBTQIA people.
Kevin Rodriguez, 30, went on trial for murder in a 2019 knife attack. He stabbed three roommates.
Around 1993, Toni Munizza the Cathcart Unicycle Club was formed. Some 28 years later, it’s still going strong.
People honked to alert three occupants of the home to flames Saturday morning.
Half of the lockup there could be shut down, with officials looking to close prison units statewide.
The lawsuit said John Kleutsch, 57, died of an abdominal wound that staff failed to properly treat.
Residents can tell commissioners how they would draw boundaries during the redistricting process.
Drivers should expect backups as they approach the Pilchuck River bridge near Snohomish.
Dr. Julia Barnett was fired for unprofessional conduct after prisoner deaths and “unnecessary suffering.”
Terrance Moore, 35, was shot to death Monday. His roommate, the alleged shooter, was a Monroe prison guard.
Emmanuel Perez, 44, is accused of shooting his roommate to death at an apartment in Lake Stevens.
Detectives are asking for the public’s help to figure out when Jesse Huggins, 36, was last seen alive.
It’s not just climate that’s a challenge. Local agriculture is also fending off urban encroachment.
Christopher Blackwell asserts prisons have “weaponized” the pandemic. He writes from behind bars for The Washington Post.