Monday, March 4, 2024
Each day at The Clearwater School, 60 students choose their own lessons. It’s one vote per person, whether you’re staff or student.
Pfizer finalized the acquisition of the Bothell-based cancer drug developer in December.
IonQ, a Maryland-based firm, expects to add hundreds of jobs and invest $1 billion in the region over the next 10 years.
The man was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with gunshot wounds. He was expected to survive.
Cascade Warbirds scholarship helps students 16-21 continue flight training and earn a private pilot’s certificate.
Clay Siegall, who resigned from Seagen over allegations of domestic abuse, is now CEO of cancer therapy developer Immunome.
Few Puget Sound communities have undergone so much change so quickly, and change is never easy.
Magical light tunnels, cozy treats, and festive fun await visitors in Bothell.
Innovation Hall is the first new building to be constructed at the Bothell university campus in 10 years.
The owners had closed on their purchase of the house just two days earlier. No one was hurt in the explosion.
The vacant home, purchased days earlier, blew up Wednesday on 25th Drive SE, throwing a garage door across the street.
Early risers ventured into chilly temperatures to enjoy Bothell Landing Park along the Sammamish River.
Thousands of crows roost every night on the UW Bothell campus. Even longtime locals are awed by the spectacle.
Snohomish’s ex-mayor, John Kartak, lost a bid to return to city government. Vincent Cavaleri held a narrow lead for Mill Creek City Council.
In one of three races, Mason Thompson is defending his council and mayoral seat from longtime fellow council member James McNeal.
Henry Eugene Washington, 40, “currently lacks the capacity” to understand the allegations, a mental health report found.
Community Transit is extending its Swift Green line to south Bothell, part of a big-picture plan to connect people to light rail.
In one instance, an “Independent Investigation Team” briefed Bothell police about their findings, violating state restrictions.
The North Creek Commerce Center on Bothell Everett Highway will provide warehouse and office space in three buildings.
The three others wounded Aug. 12 have since been released from the hospital, police said.