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He could be charged with multiple counts of assault for the victims who were trapped, police said.
Somers: The complex is expected to save lives and “really shows the heart of this community.”
Seattle is the biggest market in the country without a winter sports team.
The fatal shooting is the latest incident where someone apparently wanted police to fire.
Mill Creek police released a sketch Monday evening of the suspect.
A former board president will temporarily lead Snohomish County’s most popular tourism attraction.
The family business sees the city as business friendly — and able to accommodate expansion.
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Jennifer Bardsley plans to take her family on two-week roadtrip through Canada in a tent trailer.
The Bellingham couple will talk about charter cruises on the historic wooden vessel they rebuilt.
As the very name implies, the Public Records Act, first adopted in 1972, applies to state lawmakers.
Trump’s attorneys have crafted some negotiating terms for the president’s interview.
Movie attendance hit a 24-year low in 2017.
The voter-approved law has been on the books since 1981. The governor has been issuing reprieves.
The Seattle store allows shoppers to use a smartphone app to pay for items they want.