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Her fifth-grade class had collected donations that helped build a school there.
Danielle Koehn of Marysville pleaded to guilty to bail-jumping and identity theft, among other things.
Students crafted furniture, to be sold at fundraiser Saturday, from a former fixture on the campus.
Also: assault, drug possession and harassment. The chase started with a broken window in Everett.
A man suspected of kidnapping was released after there was no evidence he’d committed that crime.
It could be a while before final results are known for many local elections.
Ellis leads Chan in Fire District 1; Matsumoto Wright is ahead of Richards in Mountlake Terrace.
Aneelah Afzali and pastor Terry Kyllo met with a couple of dozen people at Trinity Lutheran Church.
A woman had called 911. When the deputy arrived, she aimed a revolver at him. But no one got shot.
Fraudsters can manipulate caller ID, making it appear the sheriff’s office is calling about a warrant.
The Superior Court judge, who lives in Mill Creek, apologized during a hearing in King County.
Police have responded to dozens of shootings this year. Most have been tied to warring gangs.
She has discovered evidence confirming other suspicions there might be a planet beyond Neptune.
Police seek tips after suspected shooter drove away from large gathering where assault occurred.
He used a dinghy to help two seriously injured men get to shore at remote King Lake near Arlington.
Then, witnesses said they had heard the man and an alleged accomplice talking about a robbery.
District 25 in Oso is hoping to pass its first fire levy in 22 years.
It won’t be as windy, but rivers could rise Saturday and Sunday.
Karen Guzak and John Kartak are vying for the new position.
The Weather Service is warning people to prepare for power outages, possible flooding and falling trees.