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The suspect, 23, was arrested this week for investigation of more than 55 felonies.
One candidate is concerned about “Critical Race Theory.” Others see more pressing issues.
People in two vehicles reportedly opened fire Monday morning. Detectives were seeking suspect information.
Over 40 years, journalism has shown Eric Stevick how much people care about family, community and mankind.
Kevin Gallagher, 52, died at home of natural causes. He was challenging incumbent Councilmember Tom King.
Nobody was injured when the fire broke out Saturday morning on 27th Avenue NE.
The outdoor supplies store closed after heavy smoke damaged merchandise and more in the building.
When the Wagner brothers opened it in 1981, they were the only game in a pretty small town.
Is it comparable in educational value to a Black Lives Matter or Pride flag? The school district says no.
His children — 3, 2, and 6 months — were killed in April. Little can console his unimaginable loss.
The Marysville Civic Center and an Everett Amazon building are among dozens of construction sites affected.
At least two suspects were being sought, and police are seeking surveillance video.
Jason Thompson, meanwhile, will not work and will be paid $21,630 per month through June 30.
The Marysville man, 24, was involved in a collision with a car and ejected into the Snohomish River.
Officials are investigating the death, which they called a homicide.
Erik Denton and his family will collect toys Saturday in honor of the kids: Joanna, Terry and Sierra.
The Aviation Manufacturing Jobs Protection grants could save 2,280 Washington jobs for up to six months.
A new state law has nudged some to quickly get the cameras, which they hope will increase transparency.
Housing Hope’s Twin Lakes Landing will house low-income and formerly homeless families.
After a pandemic respite working at home, they dread resuming a one-way commute of 90 minutes or more.