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Deputy City Manager Martin Yamamoto has temporarily taken over after Michael Ciaravino’s resignation.
Another tally is required to settle races for seats on city councils, as well as the Alderwood water district.
The City Council approved a settlement with Michael Ciaravino after an executive session. Terms aren’t yet public.
What do we talk about when we talk about love in the Pacific Northwest? Three local writers find it to be an ideal setting.
Police said a staffing shortage could become a crisis. So the City Council approved hiring bonuses.
Michael Bervell’s new book features 10 entrepreneurs who created billion-dollar startup companies. What do they have in common? None of them are white Western men.
Eight people are vying for four City Council seats. Some of them are railing against new apartments.
A stretch of 35th Ave SE was expected to be closed for a few hours Friday night.
He went to a hospital after the Thursday shooting. His injuries were not life-threatening.
The Sound Transit panel will advise on the extension’s alignment, station locations and more.
Under one redistricting proposal, Mill Creek joins Everett. Under another, Monroe joins Wenatchee.
The Hand Up Project enlisted the help of USS Chosin Navy members for the weekend work.
Detectives believe the dad was mistaken as an intruder. The injuries are not life threatening.
The Aviation Manufacturing Jobs Protection grants could save 2,280 Washington jobs for up to six months.
Rebecca Haskins was last seen early the morning of Sept. 4 in Mill Creek.
A new state law has nudged some to quickly get the cameras, which they hope will increase transparency.
Firefighters responded around 9 a.m. Friday to find plumes of smoke. No one was injured.
The ban covers pretty much every city, as well as unincorporated parts of the county.
A man digging a hole for trash uncovered his bones in 2020. Detectives need help to find his name — and his killer.
The Jackson High student body president led his peers through uncertain times.