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Fatal hit-and-run victims identified after Friday crash
They were Carson M. Cox, 32, and Sarah L. Foxheath, 39, according to the state patrol.
Marysville to pair police officers and mental health workers
Clinicians will respond with officers to mental health calls. The pilot program runs through June.
Legal battle stalls Costco’s planned store in Lake Stevens
“We intend to keep them in court until they get tired of us and go away,” an opponent of the project said.
In a few days, as temps rise, all this snow will be a memory
Parts of Snohomish County saw 6 inches by Saturday evening. Rain is expected to move in by Monday.
Arlington asks voters to decide fire department annexation
The department would join a regional fire authority if voters say “yes” in a Feb. 9 election.
Lake Stevens man accused of kidnapping ex-girlfriend
He reportedly forced her into his car and hit her in the face, breaking her nose. He’s now in jail.
A brand-new Stanwood High School opens to empty halls
Construction is complete, except for some finishing touches. Staff have started to move in.
Our viral kindergarten teacher had an inauguration TV cameo
Mackenzie Adams, of Lake Stevens, appeared on Wednesday’s prime-time special, introducing Foo Fighters.
Shot by deputies in 2018, Silver Lake man gets ‘second chance’
Ferral Jackson, 70, was sentenced to six months behind bars Thursday for aiming a rifle at deputies.
USS Ralph Johnson returns to Everett after maiden deployment
The ship helped seize more than 2,000 pounds of narcotics in its nine-month journey.
CARES Act grant helps artists be creative — and pay the rent
The money allows Everett’s Schack Art Center to hire artists and art educators.
Police: Man broke into church, drank holy wine, fell asleep
An Everett man, 41, was arrested after he was found in a Cady Road church Sunday morning.
Thousands of residents — and the lake — could join Lake Stevens
Under two proposals, the city would annex about 570 acres of land and the lake itself.
Concrete barriers coming to stretch of U.S. 2 at Snohomish
The structures will begin at Bickford Avenue, with the hope of reducing deadly head-on collisions.
Rucker Avenue neighbors unify to bring Christmas Eve cheer
Candles lined both sides of the North Everett street, bringing “light to darkness” after a hard year.
Student project aids telehealth for Snohomish County seniors
Community Health Centers of Snohomish County received 80 donated devices for virtual appointments.
Children, adults learn from one another in mentor program
About 75 children are waiting for a match through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Snohomish County.
Santa brings socially distanced cheer to kids in Marysville
Families are invited to take Christmas photos this weekend as part of a scholarship fundraiser.
Mill Creek man accused of DUI, vehicular assault, hit-and-run
He allegedly hit a parked car along U.S. 2 and fled. Four people were injured, including a teenager.
Snohomish council leader announces early for mayor campaign
City Councilmember Linda Redmon is the first to file in the race. Mayor John Kartak has not said if he will run again.