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Detectives seized heroin, meth and cocaine and believe they arrested the leaders of the ring.
Verle Smith had been abusing drugs for about three decades. He’s been sober now for more than a year.
Generations worked at the Everett mill until its closure in 2012, which left behind empty, polluted land.
Projects on the Pilchuck River and at Meadowdale Beach are among nearly $18 million awarded statewide
About 40 health care providers can now prescribe Suboxone at Community Health Center clinics.
Robbie Gould’s field goal in overtime gives San Francisco its first win over Seattle since 2013
Petra Rousu explores the world so you can ask her all about it before you go off on your own trip.
She hasn’t even boarded the boat yet, but she can already tell it won’t be like any other vacation.
Local pros share what you need to know
Discover what it means to live happy and live healthy
Annual MyTrafficMan initiative supports Whatcom County Library Foundation
Take Back Your Meds: The easy and effective solution for unused medications
Boeing will have operational and management control. Embraer keeps consent rights for some decisions.
A state investment of $110 million will help guide students’ paths to fulfilling and well-paid jobs.
“You call the cops, you’re a dead man,” he told the clerk at around 3 a.m. Friday.
After closing the Alaskan Way Viaduct, there’s much to do before they can open the new tunnel.
This year we looked for wisdom at Kellogg Marsh Elementary School in Marysville.
There’s much to learn from this news conference about the helicopter rescue of a Pacific Crest Trail hiker.
Vikings advance to Class 4A state final game with 28-14 semifinal win over Woodinville on Saturday.
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With appeals certain, the law remains in place. Saturday is the sign-up deadline for HealthCare.gov.
He is facing federal investigations into his travel, political activity and potential conflicts of interest.
Japan’s 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster was a primary reason the U.S. restarted the test reactor.
Utility companies said thousands of customers had lost power on the Olympic Peninsula.