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The 100-year-old ship has been removed from Warm Beach after it ran aground in Tulalip.
A new bill suggests using a scanner, like those in airports, to check for contraband on or in people.
Tracy Orr has a rare brain tumor. Her Granite Falls campus has let her know how much they care.
The brick structure was attached to the library in the late 1960s. Workers tore it down Tuesday.
The man, 57, reportedly dealt in illicit cigarettes. Tax returns claimed he sold hats and T-shirts.
Holocaust survivor Peter Metzelaar described to Lake Stevens students his perilous childhood.
The capital levy would replace Cascade and Liberty elementaries, both built nearly 70 years ago.
District leaders hope to replace elementary schools, renovate high schools and improve security.
It’s unlikely the highest court will hear the case, a lawyer for the baristas said.
Signed in 1855 at Mukilteo, it created reservations and secured Native American rights to traditions.
Paige Cox recently had an interview with Harvard. She’s the lead in both of this year’s school plays.
Last year, Snohomish County recorded more homeless people than before, while using new methodology.
Hundreds of sailors were joyfully greeted at Naval Station Everett on Tuesday morning.
The boat has a storied past. It once exploded, killing its owner. It was used in WWII. Now, it’s aground.
Workers are temporarily needed starting in May. Pay is $20 per hour, and schedules are flexible.
Dozens braved a frigid Monday morning to celebrate the soon-to-be City Hall and police station.
Alex Jensen, 18, hopes to someday return to the school as a science and leadership teacher.
High schoolers countywide can join a new trades program housed at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
All over the city, construction to build housing, retail and industrial is underway or in the works.
Judeth Davis fell in love with clay when she was just 4 years old. Now she’s an award-winning sculptor.