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Materials used included jello, noodles, bubble wrap, pillows and more.
Detectives are working to track down information about the shooting and suspect, or suspects.
They did not appear directed at identifiable students or staff, officials said.
Fire District 1 and the Lynnwood Fire Department joined to become a regional fire authority.
Police had approached the car, which was running and had its lights on, in a Lynnwood parking lot.
Firefighters controlled the flames before they reached nearby homes.
They do drills at Paine Field every three years. With airlines coming soon, this one was different.
The majority of texts dispatchers receive are better handled by calling, a SNOPAC official says.
The Centennial Sk8 Festival was serious competition for some and just for fun for others.
Domestic-violence experts say it’s rarely that easy. So police and social workers are reaching out.
Snohomish County child-abuse investigators are using a donated forensic light to find trace DNA.
Nine who graduated from Snohomish High School that year reunited with a picnic in the park.
The shooting near Providence hospital involved two other teens reportedly visiting Monday’s victim.
The 1-year-old girl was found unstrapped and crying in an unlocked car with syringes under her seat.
Wade Grant, 18, recently earned his high school diploma through a home-schooling program. He also completed a few classes at Stanwood High School… Continue reading
Detectives suspect a former payroll employee of a Lynnwood-based clothing store pilfered twice as much money as they originally thought. The updated tally… Continue reading
An unusually dry summer has prompted a statewide emergency as wildfires in Washington scorch thousands of acres and threaten homes. Governor Jay Inslee… Continue reading
Crowds of people squinted into the cloudless sky above Paine Field and waited for the rumble of planes. Joe Kunzler, 35, lives for… Continue reading
The young brothers with sun-bleached hair watched as a carnival ride spun people around 40 feet above the fairgrounds. “Mommy, can we go… Continue reading
A month after a nearly $1 million vandalism spree at two Darrington schools, volunteers in the tight-knit mountain town Thursday helped teachers set… Continue reading