Monday, March 4, 2024
Around 5 p.m., a car crashed into a pedestrian on I-5. Investigators were working to determine exactly what happened.
Three patients from Snohomish County sued Providence in 2022 for alleged Americans with Disabilities Act violations.
Pfizer finalized the acquisition of the Bothell-based cancer drug developer in December.
Washingtonians will finally start seeing more sun starting March 10. But a little more winter could be on the way first.
Patrick Kunz, 47, pleaded guilty to charges of voyuerism and possession of child pornography last month.
For years, Boeing allowed toxicity “to fester and grow” at its Everett factory, according to Rachel Rasmussen, an employee from 1989 to 2024.
Police believe Malik “Capone” Fulson killed Joseph Haderlie, 27, in April 2023 outside an apartment complex on Casino Road.
A food writer at The Seattle Times took a trip north to two Everett taquerias with unique offerings.
In April 2022, Ryan Rafter, 42, shot Christopher Buck, 29, to death after breaking in to his home to steal drugs.
Some business owners say the city didn’t tell them of plans for a new AquaSox stadium that could displace their businesses.
David Koeppen, 38, was the third inmate in two months to die in the jail. He was being held on murder charges.
Rachel Langdon stole oxycodone while working at a Snohomish County pharmacy, according to state Department of Health allegations.
The original plans for the Park District called for 12-story apartments. Another public hearing is set for March 5.
Up to an inch of snow could accumulate in the lowlands. Three inches of rain could fall in Darrington. And Stevens Pass is “doing quite well.”
The four green-hulled Westwood vessels will keep their names, but the ships will display the Swire Shipping flag.
Contamination has persisted at two motels Snohomish County bought to turn into shelters in 2022. In January, the county cut ties with two cleanup agencies.
Big names and local legends alike are coming to downtown Everett for the music festival from May 16 to 18.
In one year, rent for the average two-bedroom apartment in Snohomish County went up 20%. A bill seeks to cap any increases at 7%.
The U.S. senator visited Everett to talk with local leaders on Thursday, making stops at the YMCA and a roundtable with the mayor.
The northbound section of the Snohomish River Bridge will be closed 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The monthslong closure is slated for mid-May.