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Boeing workers long-exposed to carcinogen far above legal limits
The company confirmed in depositions that parts of its Everett plant still don’t meet 2010 standards.
After Sunday snow, more wintry weather coming to Everett area
Flurries are expected to subside Monday, then pick up again Tuesday, says National Weather Service.
More shootings in Everett: 2 men wounded early Saturday
One person was taken to a hospital. In a separate incident, another walked into an emergency room.
Boeing knew of ‘elevated’ miscarriage rate in ’80s, but followup fizzled
Company doctors found it “difficult” to link chemicals to worker ailments. A thorough study would’ve been “inviting liability,” an attorney said.
For embattled Boeing doctor’s family, a ‘posthumous vindication’
Barry Dunphy warned Boeing about its toxic chemicals. The company’s reaction changed his demeanor, but not his values, his children say.
A recap of 3 lawsuits over chemical exposure at Boeing plants
Parents believe toxins in company factories caused serious birth defects in their kids.
Born with heart defect, Boeing worker’s child ‘never knew anything different’
Six years ago, Marie Riley heard about a law firm seeking aerospace workers whose children suffered birth defects — like her.
Secret files reveal Boeing doctor warned of toxic risks, birth defects
In 1980, a doctor wrote factory chemicals would cause “life-long chronic illness, cancer and death.” Lawsuits claim his worst fears came true.
With manager departing, Alderwood staff takes aim at board
The union said the water district commissioners let conditions worsen with Dick McKinley in charge.
After no-confidence vote, Alderwood water district manager to retire
Flooded with complaints, the district’s board has placed General Manager Dick McKinley on paid leave.
Paine Field named favorite to expand as counterpart to Sea-Tac
Three rural sites south of Seattle are being considered for a new airport, too, officials said this week.
At Snohomish County Walk to End Alzheimer’s, hope amid pain
Over 100 people gathered at Boxcar Park on Saturday, optimistic the disease will one day be cured.
Water district keeps leadership, for now, despite staff woes
Investigations found Alderwood General Manager Dick McKinley broke ethics rules, more than once.
Alderwood water district staff emails add to ‘toxic workplace’ claims
A district employee confronted the board of directors at a public meeting about a “culture of fear” among staff members.
Water district employee alleges toxic leadership
Staff angst about Alderwood’s general manager flared last week. Commissioners say they’re listening.
Burst pipe damages Edmonds library; building to shutter for weeks
Books and media stayed dry. But Sno-Isle Libraries is unsure about the extent of damage to the building.
Police: Gunman fires shot, pulls woman from car in Lynnwood carjacking
The suspect, a man in his 20s or 30s, fled south on Highway 99. Seattle police found him later.
More than 1,100 utility customers lose power in Marysville
The Snohomish County Public Utility District attributed the outages to “equipment failure.”
Sued over pollution, Port of Everett works on water quality issues
Testing found stormwater toxins above permit limits, a watchdog says. State regulations require a fix.
Paine Field development plan envisions an expanded terminal
Once Sea-Tac Airport reaches capacity, the Everett airport is on the short list to absorb unmet demand by passengers.