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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.
It was the culmination of a marriage marred by violence, separation and reconciliation, records show.
Construction on Hotel Indigo at the Port of Everett’s new live-work-play development begins Thursday.
Walkouts are planned Friday at schools around the country, including at least nine in Snohomish County.
Motorola Solutions Inc. has been chosen to build a replacement for the current 911 radio system.
Their injuries were described as minor.
West Seattle and Ballard light-rail extensions will be completed before the main spine to Everett.
The Amen Everett Free Clinic is expected to serve 400 to 500 patients Friday and Sunday.
HopeWorks Station Phase II on Broadway in Everett will include a workforce training center.
Gloria Fletcher, an Oklahoma native, has led The Daily Herald’s parent company since 2012.
The official cause of death was announced as accidental by the medical examiner’s office.
Security cameras at Memo’s in Everett caught one of the suspects aiming a gun at the other.
During a mental health crisis in 2015, Keaton Farris, 25, wasted away in the Island County Jail.
Dozens protested in front of the Everett licensing office, calling on the agency head to resign.
The Darrington man, a former Marine, appears to be struggling with mental health issues.
Bill Rogers, who oversaw delivery of the airline’s new 737s, got a water-cannon salute at Paine Field.
Jennifer Rodgers hopes to introduce singing to a broader audience — even to those who are homeless.
Treehouse helps kids graduate. It can be a challenge. One student has moved four times in two months.
For two Lake Stevens sisters, the notorious world of beauty pageants is all about being yourself.