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There will be 1,000 more spots opening in the state next school year — far fewer than needed.
There were no obvious signs of trauma on the body of Brianna Leigh Nyer.
Craig Collar, 54, who will return to Montana, joined the utility as a senior manager in 2006.
“They’re losing sleep,” says a UW Bothell lecturer. She leads a seminar on environmental anxiety.
It was the culmination of a marriage marred by violence, separation and reconciliation, records show.
Concerns remain over design and traffic plans for the 3,081-unit development at Point Wells.
Antonio Neill had been struggling and got into a fight with a friend with whom he was staying.
Here are eight undertakings that will incite possible action by lawmakers in the future.
Construction on Hotel Indigo at the Port of Everett’s new live-work-play development begins Thursday.
The Snohomish Health District said it’s not certain what caused some patrons to get sick.
The Sky Valley Youth Coalition has installed pantries at schools so kids can take food home.
An 88-year-old Smokey Point mobile home resident died despite a valiant effort by neighbors.
Walkouts are planned Friday at schools around the country, including at least nine in Snohomish County.
John Dimitri Kuljis Jr. pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and first-degree assault.
Motorola Solutions Inc. has been chosen to build a replacement for the current 911 radio system.
The work follows complaints from residents about people driving too fast down the street.
It’s a 5k obstacle course filled with fun and mud.
Their injuries were described as minor.