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Some eastern parts of the county could see snow until Saturday, but then it’s expected to rain.
Snow began to fall again in some places on Wednesday. Expect more wet weather in the coming days.
A newly forecast storm was expected late Tuesday. Meanwhile, U.S. 2 was closed for a third day.
Last year’s traffic enforcement and infraction data reveals we’re safer, but with room to improve.
The snow is mostly done falling in Snohomish County, but the chill lingers on.
Subfreezing temperatures will continue Monday and Tuesday, and more snow might be on the way.
One westbound lane is scheduled to close to replace a safety barrier from Highway 204 to I-5.
The city already has seven electric buses in operation since 2018 that have logged 121,000 miles.
An age increase for when a child can ditch a booster seat could mean new purchases for the family.
The Everett park play area should reopen by Memorial Day with accessible and inclusive equipment.
The company is subject to greater scrutiny from the state because of a history of violations.
No more fretting about your beater. Air quality reached federal goals and is expected to improve.
The City Council asked Everett Transit to prepare more detailed reports on financial forecasts.
The major transportation stories to track in the coming year involve Everett, Lynnwood and Mukilteo.
The popular rentable electric scooters were removed from the city last week and will return in spring.
The City Council will decide, possibly in January, whether to raise the limit to eight.
The daily commutes this week could be less congested, but plan ahead just in case.
Four state workers spend 16 hours every week removing graffiti in King and Snohomish counties.
Street Smarts will continue as a resource for readers to get answers and will focus on justice.
The city has listed the locations under review. No decisions have been made.