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Local Red Cross volunteers and staff were involved in 104 deployments to 22 disasters.
A 26-year-old man suspected in at least one Gold Bar burglary was finally caught Thursday.
The judge cited the statute of limitations, and that might play a role in a second lawsuit, as well.
Two teens were arrested in connection with dozens of bullet holes at Pinewood Elementary in Marysville.
A Lynnwood man was shot and killed during an argument Saturday night, apparently over a loaned car.
The college says the 60 parking spaces included in the project “are not nearly adequate.”
Tracy Cotterill and Patty Fountain had a combined 48 years of experience, but didn’t run again.
The prolific statewide-initiative backer says there wasn’t enough money to pay signature-gatherers.
The suspect is accused of robbery, assault, reckless driving and drunken driving.
Bob McClure joined during a time of contentious change, and is leaving the district in “a good place.”
Firefighters don’t know yet what caused the big nighttime blaze at Colby Square Apartments.
He tells a different story than the woman, who is a suspected escort charged in his attack.
Support and follow-through, not punishment, seems to be more effective at keeping kids in school.
Most districts are asking for program and operation levies to replace ones that are expiring.
The suspected allegedly admitted to shooting up heroin while driving on I-5.
Lynnwood, Everett and Mill Creek students account for much of the school’s growing enrollment.
Dave Holmer, a former superintendent and high school principal, defeated Jennie Requa by three votes.
When students can’t pay, most schools offer a free stigma sandwich. But not in the Edmonds district.
They hold hands, point the way to resources and do whatever is needed for patients and families.
The board soon will decide whether to reduce services by $2 million or go to the ballot.