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The air was expected to be potentially hazardous in most areas of Snohomish County until Saturday morning.
Defendant Terrence Miller’s lawyers asked to delay the murder trial beyond October. A judge denied the motion.
The Department of Ecology didn’t have records for 15% of funds it spent to clean the old mining area.
Sheriff’s deputies initially responded to reports of a vehicle theft and hit-and-runs in Lynnwood.
After a 3-3 vote on the land-use changes, no recommendation will be given to the Everett City Council.
The smoke will linger this week. And the unhealthy air can bring symptoms easily mistaken for COVID-19.
Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.
The 1981 Snohomish High School graduate was named Female Athlete of the Year by USA Judo in 1995.
It’s a new variety of Thuja plicata, native to the Pacific coast, known as western arborvitae.
Home delivery service helps restaurants, farmers, and the people of Puget Sound
‘The safety and happiness of residents are key – the two go hand-in-hand.’
A new marketing effort hopes to persuade the company to keep Dreamliner work in Everett.
Investigators found that the company had a financial incentive to avoid more pilot training.
Pat McCarthy has restored morale and overseen efforts that provide greater access to audit findings.
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The fire burned the under-construction building to the ground Thursday evening.
Hundreds of people in the small cities joined marches and demonstrations decrying racism.
The nationwide event was sponsored by White Coats for Black Lives.
Daily Herald photographers share their images of life during the weeks-long stay-home order.
In Yakima, he issued a nationwide injunction sought by 14 states that sued the Trump administration.
Is it climate change? Or a lack of aggressive forest management?