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Development near the coming train station would include 1,370 housing units and mid-rise offices.
If a woman is chosen to fill a vacant seat, it’d be first all-female city council in county history.
Workers at all Swedish campuses, including Edmonds’, are asking for increased staffing, better wages.
The Washington State Patrol has one of the largest drone fleets in the country with 130 statewide.
The doors at Maple Park Church open when temperatures are expected to dip below 34 degrees at night.
In a 4-3 vote, council members argued whether the city could take gun laws further than the state.
Arlington could join list of cities with bans. Citywide proposition narrowly passing by 62 votes.
Hunted to near-extinction for their expensive furs, wildlife experts are confident they’re here to stay.
Former VP Biden leads state donations, with 90% of his cash coming from King County, FEC data says.
Highway 99 development, public outreach and soothing partisan divides are key topics for candidates.
Logs piling up underneath the trestle caused WSDOT to block the eastbound right lane indefinitely.
Flood warnings in Snohomish, Arlington, Monroe, Silvana and Sultan in effect until Tuesday night.
The National Weather Service issued a minor flood warning for three Snohomish County rivers.
Seattle squeeze forces tech workers to move elsewhere, while local economy grows with higher wages.
Incumbents Carin Chase and Gary Noble face challengers while two newcomers face off for open spot.
Jake Shimabukuro picked up the instrument at age 4. Now, he performs in venues across the globe.
The current office was built in 1916 by the same company responsible for the Space Needle, monorail.
Grants from the state, Hazel Miller Foundation will fund an accessible facility in Ballinger Park.
Councilmen Mike Nelson and Neil Tibbott present differing ideas for the growing city’s future.
Combined, the bonds total nearly $1 billion and would replace three aging schools in each district.