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Tuohy’s narrow lead shrank as later ballots were counted; Franklin is prevailing by just 1.2 percent.
The public is being asked to help with a study by collecting and sending in samples.
The nurses, case managers, chaplains, and other staff say they are planning to strike Dec. 6-8.
The annual self-guided Holiday Home Tour is a fundraiser for the Operation School Bell program.
The new nonprofit group The Widows Project supports men and women who have lost a spouse.
A man had been harassing an ex-girlfriend, and when police went to investigate, he rushed them.
Our annual pilgrimage led us this year to Pathfinder Kindergarten Center in Everett.
A couple was walking home from a late dinner when they were attacked by a group of teenagers.
They used a thermal-imaging camera to locate the man in the water near Dagmars Marina.
Kaitlyn Gia Lee, 10, of Mill Creek, will play the piano at the Music for the Imagination concert.
His girlfriend had accused him of cheating and allegedly called on another man to confront him.
A man was shot in the head during a holdup that was supposed to net about an ounce of pot.
This time of year, wet heat means rivers will rise and the threat of landslides grows.
The spending plan still funds the hiring of five new sheriff’s deputies and a code enforcement officer.
A county program recycles derelict vehicles left on roadsides and in homeless encampments.
Health workers, law enforcement agencies and emergency managers are responding as they might to a disaster.
She will determine whether the city’s dress code suppresses free speech — or deters crime.
At a public hearing, more than 15 people said they are opposed to sanctioned areas for using heroin.
Now it must decide which cuts to make to its operating budget.
The National Weather Service issued a flood watch Monday for all of Snohomish County. The watch is in effect from Tuesday afternoon through… Continue reading