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A legal fight between a corporate hangar and a historic aircraft museum led to soaring costs.
Rep. DelBene hopes 3-D maps will allow scientists to identify the next disaster before it happens.
The mayor won’t seek re-election this fall, when four of seven city council seats are on the ballot.
Spencer is endorsing City Councilman Kurt Hilt in this year’s mayoral election.
The estate of one of the 19-year-old victims had sought damages from the couple who owned the house.
Avery Riggs loves chemistry and plans to attend a conference in June for future medical leaders.
The DNR wants to study the area around the Oso slide and similar terrain across the state.
National Weather Service: “We’re a little overdue for a shot of winter.”
Snohomish County is considering permits for the work to formally close the dormant Go-East landfill.
Linda Hjelle is one of several candidates to make early plans for countywide contests this year.
The County Council voted Monday to authorize a lawsuit against corporations and medical providers.
They are the first of a planned fleet of 179 Everett-built KC-46 Pegasus airplanes.
Bills could rise in coming years as school levies creep up.
Developers supported the change, but opponents said it could put neighboring properties at risk.
Bob Stowe remains the city’s top administrator until the City Council chooses a permanent replacement.
The county determined that he made improper remarks as he led training sessions on proper behavior.
A man who helped run Prosecutor Mark Roe’s office says he suffered age and gender discrimination.
A vacant supermarket site will provide more spaces during construction at the Transit Center.
While waiting for separation papers to be processed, “I’m trying to stay non-political as best I can.”
The council has appointed a Republican vice chairman. But not every Democrat is on board.