Arson was the cause of Judd & Black fire; police seek tips

Nearly four months later, investigators have announced the official cause of the $3.5 million fire.

Pursuit of suspected robber driving taxi ends in I-5 crash

Deputies responded to calls of a robbery and gunshots north of Lynnwood. The chase ended in Seattle.

Gov. Jay and President Inslee heard in the same speech

Inslee focused on climate change but also seemed to be testing anthems for a national campaign.

Arlington grad ‘stoked’ to be selected by San Jose in MLS draft

Seattle University defender Nathan Aune was taken in the third round by the Earthquakes on Monday.

Kicked in the head, a homeless man was seen dying on YouTube

The assailant has now pleaded guilty to the 2017 manslaughter at the site of “Tweaker Cam” in Everett.

Person pulled into van in sexual assault at EdCC, alert says

At least two men were involved, according to an alert sent out by the school. The investigation is ongoing.

More than 100 Boeing employees joined 6,000 attendees from around the world at the 2018 Out & Equal Workplace Summit in Seattle, where Boeing was the event’s first-ever Host City Sponsor.

BoeingPride on full display at Out Equal Summit

Company plays host to more than 6,000 workplace advocates in Seattle, WA

State adding medians to US 2 between Snohomish and Monroe

Median barriers will follow in a separate project next year.

Former Cascade High School teacher Kay Powers, 76, died Jan. 4 at her Seattle home. A First Amendment advocate, Powers lost her job at Cascade in 2007 after helping students publish an underground newspaper. Rehired, she taught one more year at Jackson High School. (Kevin Nortz / Herald File)

Kay Powers, teacher and free-speech crusader, has died at 76

“They put into law what Kay stood for,” says former colleague who recalls Cascade High controversy.

Government shutdown likely to delay Skagit steelhead fishery

The catch-and-release fishery for steelhead on the Skagit and Sauk rivers was set to open Feb. 1.

With boost from former player, Lake Stevens surges past Jackson

Leah Tate, who has brain cancer, provided inspiration as the Vikings pulled away for a key 62-39 win.

 

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More than 100 Boeing employees joined 6,000 attendees from around the world at the 2018 Out & Equal Workplace Summit in Seattle, where Boeing was the event’s first-ever Host City Sponsor.

BoeingPride on full display at Out Equal Summit

Company plays host to more than 6,000 workplace advocates in Seattle, WA

 

Whether you’re moving up or downsizing, chances are you’ll have junk you don’t want to take with you. The Henderson’s Hauling team shares how to get rid of those items quickly and easily.

Got junk? 3 ways to make your clean-up quick & easy

Local experts share how to get your home ready for a sale or move

 

Boeing reaches out to help military members and their families

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A $1-million grant from Boeing to The Nature Conservancy will help restore Northwest forests burned during wildfires and support tree planting in urban areas in Washington.
                                A $1-million grant from Boeing to The Nature Conservancy will help restore Northwest forests burned during wildfires and support tree planting in urban areas in Washington.

Boeing announces nearly $250 million in corporate giving

Includes $55 million in new grants to charitable partners and their programs in 2019 and beyond

 

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Videos
Southbound traffic backs up as northbound drivers cruise on with ease on the Highway 99 viaduct on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

For 3 weeks, no highway will escape the wrath of ‘viadoom’

Transportation agencies are urging patience as 90,000 cars each day will have to shift routes.

 

Crowded party, fatal shooting — and few cooperating witnesses

Police say they encountered “a hostile crowd” on Dec. 14 at a private party at the Edmonds Senior Center.

 

Everett Police released a cellphone video taken by a bystander when a hydraulic lift hit some electrical wires in Everett.

Father admits recklessness when son shocked by power lines

He recently completed his five-day jail sentence for the June incident in downtown Everett.

 

Granger on fight: ‘I just wanted it to go a little longer’

After making quick work of her latest opponent, the Snohomish native is excited about her future prospects.

 

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Our best photos of 2018

The Herald’s four staff photographers each were asked to pick their best images from the past year.

 

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