They got the two highest votes in an online public survey by Lynnwood Public Works.
In Lynnwood, PAWS could care for six bears at a time. Now, they’ll have space for 30 — and a lot more.
Meanwhile, Lynnwood was inundated with entries in a contest to name a city plow. One idea? Plowy McPlowface.
The Center for COVID Control will close an Everett site and others around the U.S. as officials take a closer look.
The 14-year-old at Edmonds-Woodway High allegedly sent a video to students at another school, brandishing what appeared to be a handgun.
Among other accomplishments, he was instrumental in creating a blueprint for the city’s future.
Kevin Lewis paid his cousin $2,400 to kill his ex-wife. Instead, her sister, Alisha Canales-McGuire, 24, was killed.
Over 200 people have been referred to case managers through Snohomish County’s Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion program.
The end was chaotic and confusing for tenants of the Whispering Pines complex in Lynnwood. Volunteers tried to help.
Shirley Howard, 86, has two other kids, ages 60 and 62. They didn’t know they had a big brother. They welcomed him.
Everett increased incentives up to $30,000 for “lateral” hires — officers with policing experience — on Wednesday.
The latest in Snohomish County: Bothell High School’s campus was closed Friday after threatening graffiti was found.
The man argues the Rec Room Bar and Grill did little to protect him from white supremacists.
The student admitted he showed the pistol to other students. Police believe he stole it from a relative’s safe.
The threats “indicated an intent to harm others,” Lynnwood police said.
After allegedly stealing from the Lynnwood Fred Meyer, the woman’s getaway car was reported on fire along I-5.
“His dignity was taken from him,” she said of the latest report of racism in Snohomish County schools.
In Stanwood, a machine recount validated Tim Schmitt’s defeat of City Councilwoman Judy Williams.
The Everett college is first in the nation to have a tool that can model cyber attacks aimed at vital infrastructure.
The tax could be approved without a public vote. It would allow for a dramatic increase in new housing for low-income people.