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Detectives seized heroin, meth and cocaine and believe they arrested the leaders of the ring.
The brother of one of the victims urged a judge against releasing William Talbott before his trial.
A grassroots campaign seeks to name part of the road the Oso Memorial Highway.
The school district’s 18th elementary campus is scheduled to open in the fall of 2019.
The Lake Stevens man used fake credentials of famous fictional and real people to commit his crimes.
A pilot tutor program at Olympic View Middle School believes “our job is to get rid of Ds and Fs.”
Lab tests found the woman had consumed oxycodone, cocaine, methamphetamine and ecstasy.
“We all want to do our part to help,” said Keith Ellison, one of 18 local utility workers deployed.
Matthew Fitch vanished Oct. 29 after strolling from his Whidbey Island home.
It was an elaborate ruse with fake police caller ID phone numbers to get him to transfer money.
The state Supreme Court found the death penalty unconstitutional. Trial expected in 2019 in slayings.
Jeff Barth was convicted of kidnapping in the 2002 case of a Marysville woman who was shot to death.
Prosecutors allege the Mount Vernon woman stole from the roofing company between 2008 and 2014.
A change in the weather, albeit a temporary one, appears to be on the way.
A Lynnwood woman is taking the time to write beautiful essays about the veterans she loved.
An NRA lawsuit says the city cannot regulate guns. Edmonds lawyers say the challenge is premature.
An arrest in a 1987 double-murder was one of three examples highlighted in a segment you can watch here.
The distant pipeline rupture Tuesday has even idled some natural-gas-powered waste-collection trucks.
It has been more than 12 years since his wife and daughter were shot on the Pinnacle Lake trail.
A trooper had established probable cause to take a blood sample, according to the court ruling.