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Wearing a prosthetic, Historic Flight Foundation president John Sessions talks about his airplane crash, that cost him his left leg, on Friday, Dec. 21, 2018 in Everett, Wa. Sessions lost his left foot during an August crash while piloting a 1930s vintage biplane during an airshow in British Columbia. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

After losing a foot, aircraft aficionado wants to fly again

John Sessions, who founded a local aircraft museum, was grounded after crashing last summer.

Wearing a prosthetic, Historic Flight Foundation president John Sessions talks about his airplane crash, that cost him his left leg, on Friday, Dec. 21, 2018 in Everett, Wa. Sessions lost his left foot during an August crash while piloting a 1930s vintage biplane during an airshow in British Columbia. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Police: Man shot his sister then killed himself in Edmonds

The woman’s husband and school-age son were nearby, but uninjured.

Snohomish County works to boost development around airports

A new initiative aims to lure businesses to Paine Field and the Arlington-Marysville industrial area.

Governor opens pardon process for low-level pot offenders

Inslee’s initiative allows people with a single misdemeanor marijuana conviction to clear their record.

Snohomish County avoids more court battles over Oso mudslide

An appeals court upheld an earlier decision excluding the county from suits over slide deaths, injuries.

The once-red-hot housing market is ‘trending toward balance’

It’s still a seller’s market, but prices and supply are starting to look better for buyers.

A new era for swimmers, boaters is launched at Wenberg Park

The popular park is now fully open after major construction cut off access for much of boating season.

Crews work on a new Swift Green Line station on Airport Road at Gibson Road in this photo from July. (Community Transit photo)

Green Line Swift buses get green light to start on March 24

Community Transit’s second rapid-transit bus line will run between Boeing’s Everett plant and Bothell.

Crews work on a new Swift Green Line station on Airport Road at Gibson Road in this photo from July. (Community Transit photo)

Opponents of the Frognal development drop their court battle

But an environmental nonprofit vowed to continue oversight of the 112-home proposal near Mukilteo.

Historic downtown library is reborn as a social services hub

The Carnegie Building in Everett will soon host employment, housing and treatment services.

Tulalip Tribes appeal a loss in federal sales-tax case

Millions of dollars are at stake in the fight over state and local taxes at Quil Ceda Village.

Marysville councilman announces run for county treasurer

Rob Toyer runs a wealth management company and served in the Marine Corps Reserves.

Mill Creek casts wide net for a city manager — again

An executive headhunter assured officials “you’re a very attractive community.”

Boeing has its eye on 58 acres on west side of Paine Field

The airplane builder, which is vague about its plans, will have up to two years to study the site.

Two local politicians could wind up in court — for jury duty

The Snohomish County officials are among 60,000 called to serve on local juries each year.

Port hopes to close deal for Kimberly-Clark site, has plans

Generations worked at the Everett mill until its closure in 2012, which left behind empty, polluted land.

Granite Falls, Meadowdale seeing money flow for salmon work

Projects on the Pilchuck River and at Meadowdale Beach are among nearly $18 million awarded statewide

Mountlake Terrace Mayor Jerry Smith dies at 77

He joined the City Council in 2001 and had led the city since 2004.

A spot opens on the Mill Creek City Council after Mead’s win

Applications are being accepted for the soon-to-be-vacant seat. Interviews are planned in February.

Elections chief announces he’s running for county auditor

Garth Fell says colleagues will determine when he should recuse himself during the 2019 election.