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Eric Wollan, 44, drives the senior center van to destinations around the Puget Sound area.
Gary J. Ray is charged with diverting money intended to help families affected by the 2014 disaster.
The plaintiffs say median barriers are needed. The state says the road is safe, and major fixes are unfunded.
The student was released last week with a judge’s order to stay away from his former school.
Brielle Guidice has a 3.99 GPA and spent time this year at the University of Notre Dame.
David Dodge, now 38, minimized his crimes in a review hearing about his potential freedom.
The city was sued by an Everett man, 67, who said the incident affected his quality of life.
Clyde Reed, 83, and Faye Reed, 79, were taken into custody at a sentencing hearing Tuesday.
The organization helps about 13,000 people a year, and volunteers help make it happen.
Prosecutors say the officer acted lawfully before the July 2017 death.
An arrest warrant has been issued for the man, who is facing trial for reckless endangerment.
Fatima Al-Mayyahi, who works as a Boeing 777X mechanic, is studying to become an engineer.
Two homes were burned and three more damaged from devices that people thought were safely doused.
The 25-year-old’s severe mental health issues are cited as factors in ongoing criminal and civil cases.
While at Lynnwood High, Sea Choi traveled with officials to Damyang — and translated.
“The fire takes what it wants, and it leaves what it wants,” Assistant Fire Chief Ernie Walters said.
Dimitri and Anna Ivanov are parties to the wrongful death lawsuit brought by a victim’s family.
Christopher Yacono, who has a history of mental illness and drug use, has pleaded not guilty.
The 17-year-old faces decades in prison for shooting a woman who was protecting her son during a robbery.
Zachary Konicke, 32, said he was having a mental health crisis that day in 2016.