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The Democrat from Washington was in Everett for a meeting about unions. The violence loomed large.
More than 220 million opioid pills flooded in between 2006 and 2012.
After leaving Aquafest, Eric Durpos allegedly swerved into traffic and almost hit a motorcyclist.
VoteWa folds state’s 39 county systems into one, boosting cybersecurity, election-day registration
The district operates out of portable buildings now. It is seeking bids for designing the spaces.
For the first time, Mariana Maksimos and Tom Albright will run opposed in school board elections.
He wasn’t the first child to fall from a building this summer. Experts urge safety precautions.
The state program has removed seven boats from the area since 2015, including a houseboat July 20.
Police arrested a homeless man Friday morning and found what looked like a pipe bomb in his bag.
Scott Peacock wants to build on the district’s assets — the new high school and tight-knit community
Court records show the woman accused of stealing from Hawthorne Elementary PTA may now be homeless.
Police are investigating if the suspect is connected to three other robberies this summer.
A Snohomish County team finds crime, drugs, squatters and destruction at abandoned homes.
Engineer Tyler Rourke and organizer Liz Vogeli challenge appointed incumbent Ethel McNeal
A South Snohomish County Fire and Rescue camp teaches young people skills including first aid.
Instead, the group will campaign for one of the options the City Council is putting before voters.
The reasons are many to shift to standard boundary-based enrollment, the superintendent says.
Five years after admission, 87 percent of graduates are crime-free.
Officials say the Hannah Marie’s owner has been responsible, and it’s on private property — er, mud.
The City Council has unanimously agreed to put the proposed change on the November ballot.