Monday, March 4, 2024
Lars Kundu, 23, has also been arrested for assault since a 2018 crash killed a man near Granite Falls.
A New York socks company has pledged more than 1,000 pairs.
A group of local folks will whittle down the submitted suggestions, which include “Moisty Mire.”
Data will be used to propose a new system for determining whether and when the company should pay.
Clay Freeman hopes to study at community college and become a financial planner.
A new ordinance adds short-term rentals to prohibited property uses, like gambling and nude dancing.
The fire department wants everyone to have the same access to resources.
Marco Vincente Dominguez was released after the trial ended.
It’s a new twist on giving based in Everett that will pool the money and donate it in $10,000 chunks.
The ordinance, which requires that firearms be locked up, took effect Thursday.
“I believe you. I’m sorry this is happening to you,” is a place to start.
One generous donor to the fund sponsored memberships for 10 people.
Prosecutors plan to seek the higher end of the sentence, which would be 31 years.
“There’s a disconnect between teachers and the people who make policy,” says Sophie Burbank.
The plaintiffs represent the families of three people who were killed in a head-on crash in 2014.
There’s a lot beyond that worn-out stretch of I-5. We compiled this list of essential routes.
Sunnier, clearer weather is predicted for the weekend, though the warmup might be slow.
Everett police previously had been called to disagreements at the home on Madison Street.
A new nonprofit in Snohomish County helps families receiving services at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
The incident happened in the parking lot of the Park 120 apartments in Everett.