The state Attorney General’s Office is asking a judge to require the Navy to cut number of flights.
Investigators believe Sgt. John Nieder mixed a date rape drug into drinks of two women before sexually assaulting them.
Edward C. Taylor of Burlington was killed in a motorcycle crash in Central Whidbey on Oct. 14.
“From the get-go, everyone recognized that it was probably going to end up in the court’s hands.”
The county will pay Deputy Mike Adrian a total of $105,000.
A judge found probable cause existed to believe Danielle C. Cruz committed vehicular homicide in December.
Police hope advances in forensic science can help break case of the 7-year-old’s killing.
Six EA-18G Growler jets and 240 Navy personnel from NAS Whidbey headed to Europe on Monday.
The hospital says it is running out of money, with barely enough to make one more payroll.
Ron Telles earned $430,000 a year, while many of the hospital’s employees made less than $20 per hour.
Michael Layfield, who will temporarily take over, has dealt with his own controversies and financial woes.
Eric Hood sued the city over public records in 2016, 2019 and 2021. All three are unresolved.
The public hospital’s CEO cited “the continued financial viability of the organization” for the dismissal of four managers.
The grant will expand fiber to underserved areas of South Whidbey.