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The number of coronavirus cases is on the rise, but there is money earmarked to fight it.
Twenty-one districts statewide had construction measues on the ballot; just eight measures passed.
State law allows two tries to pass levies during the calendar year. They will ask voters again.
Tony Rubio lost his son in 2004 to a drunken driver. Now his family fears he died the same way.
Chris Dickinson’s troubles began with a night of heavy drinking during a state attorney’s conference.
Deondre Whitaker, 14, died after being hit by a truck while crossing Highway 99 on Friday night.
Jean Hunt visited classrooms, marched in parades and helped with fundraisers, but never took a cent.
A World War II veteran from Monroe was remembered Saturday, and his resting place now has a marker.
He’s been in prison since 2004 and has a possible early release date of December 2020.
A real estate group has resubmitted permits for the project. There’s no timeline yet for a decision.
Progress has been made on many fronts but there are many health challenges left to tackle.
A Gold Bar man died in the crash that happened on U.S. 2 early Wednesday morning.
Snohomish County makes up 27% of the freshman class at UW’s Bothell campus.
Kay Duskin served for 20 years; Jeff Huleatt for 16. Much changed during their tenures.
The suspect was booked into the county jail for investigation of robbery and drug possession.
He helped turn the tribes into an economic powerhouse while restoring culture and treaty rights.
As American flags burned in Tehran 40 years ago, Iranian students found a home at EvCC.
The defendant is accused of stealing from three men. She’s awaiting trial in cases dating to 2017.
The former Everett City Council member, the grandson of a slave, overcame prejudice with grace and charm.
The crime canceled a Friday night game. Similar thefts hit Everett in 2015 and Shoreline last month.