Anthony Palko, 33, died Monday night after colliding with a passenger car. The juveniles in the car were taken to the hospital.
Around 10 p.m., a motorcyclist and a passenger car crashed north of Lake Stevens. The man driving the motorcycle died.
Malachi Bell was one of three swimmers in distress Sunday in Lake Stevens. He did not survive.
All three were swimming Sunday evening at Davies Beach, a popular spot on the lake’s southwest shore.
Amid a statewide push for mandatory education on Nazi atrocities, Emily Dykstra will spend part of her summer at Auschwitz.
The state is building four roundabouts near Frontier Village to help manage traffic and improve pedestrian access.
Kenneth and Sharon Anderson were married 50 years. They both died following a crash on May 30.
Vaughan Rody, who officiated his final game in April, said he “lived a dream.”
Leafline Trail Coalition’s map has over 900 miles through King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
A 67-year-old man died after crashing into a tree. A Lake Stevens woman died after the car she was in hit a cement pillar.
Detours take drivers around the closure between 20th Street SE and 32nd Street SE from Friday night to Monday morning.
Black-and-white stripes are a vibrant pop against the farmland at Flying M Ranch and Horses in rural Snohomish County.
“It was like a scene out of Mario Kart,” a Snohomish County sheriff’s deputy wrote. Speeds reportedly reached 100 mph.
This restaurant is serious about delicious food, creative cocktails and fun times.
The recently retired wrestling coach guided the Vikings to 11 state team titles and impacted countless athletes during his career.
Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue is allowing them to return, but they must be tested daily.
A social media post prompted a police response. Officers found no sign of immediate danger.
The city is taking residents to court over easements totaling over 21,000 square feet in two neighborhoods.
Built in late 2020 and early 2021, the divider stops drivers from using the eastbound lane’s shoulder.
Brent Marty, who worked for two Snohomish County fire districts, was sentenced to over three years in prison.