The roommates were arguing over eBay sales, according to police. Then one of them allegedly brandished a two-foot sword.
The Snohomish County Public Utility District attributed the outages to “equipment failure.”
A brown-and-white young cow found itself stuck in the median Wednesday. Authorities blocked all lanes.
Alice Williams’ skull was found in woods near Skykomish. Blaine Has Tricks’ remains were crushed in a Tulalip landfill.
Local berries have been slow to arrive due to cold weather. But the festivities will go on, including a carnival and parade.
Stephanie Fryberg graduated from the school, home of the Tomahawks — for now. She’s a leading researcher on Native representation.
Leafline Trail Coalition’s map has over 900 miles through King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
An Everett dart tourney raised cash for hospice patients as a celebration of the life of Bernadette Johnson.
There’s little data that support — and some numbers that contradict — claims of rampant crime.
The suspect reportedly said he targeted Asian spas, “believing they would be hesitant to report the crimes.”
The holiday recognizes when the last enslaved Black people learned they were free by federal decree in 1865.
After experts said it could infringe on student rights — and lead to costly legal battles — board members hit the brakes.
A state law change fanned a year of debate over whether the mascot is offensive. Tulalip elders tended to support it.
Zachary Robbins takes the helm of a district reeling from controversies and budget cuts. Yet he’s feeling “encouraged.”
If approved, it would require parental consent for club participation, which some say could force LGBTQ kids to out themselves.
Rhyan Vasquez, 27, attacked her at gunpoint, she told police. She had to undergo oral surgery for a broken jaw.
Carl Bridgmon, 70, was a bystander caught in a shooting at Daleway Park in Lynnwood. The suspected shooter was still at large.
Lyon “Nick” Torns sold fentanyl to Jason Castle, 42. In November 2020, Torns shot and killed him, then fled to Las Vegas.
A June start means Zachary Robbins could weigh in on a $13.5 million budget shortfall and a parental consent policy for clubs.
Martin McFalls, a 34-year veteran, has led the agency since 2015. The reason for the action was not disclosed.