In Lynnwood, PAWS could care for six bears at a time. Now, they’ll have space for 30 — and a lot more.
One woman waited two weeks for delivery. Then came “an avalanche of mail.” The Postal Service blames snow and staffing issues.
Allways Roofing has had at least seven serious injuries on its job sites, according to the state.
Smoke damaged the lobby vestibule. There were no injuries and a damage estimate was not yet available.
The girl was feeding her chickens when she was shot in the leg. Her neighbor faces criminal charges.
Aaron Blanchard’s sentence was well above state sentencing guidelines. The crash killed Brandon Elias in 2019.
Recent and past incidents sparked high school walkouts this fall in Everett, Lake Stevens and Snohomish.
Council members were split 4-3 in approving the pricey $4,000 permit, with one calling it “elitist.”
Vicki Boser, 58, was sentenced Tuesday to two years in federal prison. She was also ordered to repay clients.
Anthony Schmidt, who is on the autism spectrum, has gallery exhibits, 2,500 model cars and a real 1957 Ford named Betty.
The student alleged the classmate called to say there would be a shooting at Hidden River Middle School.
A young woman filed a new civil case against Kenneth Parker, a former Snohomish chiropractor accused of abusing over 20 patients.
The tax could be approved without a public vote. It would allow for a dramatic increase in new housing for low-income people.
The city’s new 0.1% tax is also under consideration elsewhere in Snohomish County.
The 37-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene after a trailer he was towing jackknifed.
Lazy Boy Brewing and Sound to Summit see a bright future at the port’s Waterfront Place.
Sheriff’s deputies were called to the 6600 block of 181st Avenue SE around 4:50 p.m.
As a storm pummels the Cascade Range, rivers will rise swiftly around Puget Sound, according to the National Weather Service.
Conservative Mayor John Kartak has conceded. Two like-minded council members are losing to challengers.
Collectively, these mayors, councilmembers and a school board director served decades in elected office.