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City Councilmember Linda Redmon is the first to file in the race. Mayor John Kartak has not said if he will run again.
He’ll follow social distancing. In one setting, children are invited to “call out” their wishes.
A five-mile chase ended with the suspect allegedly breaking into a Mill Creek home Saturday night.
The popular place for marriage proposals is in disrepair and is expected to be rebuilt in 2021.
Many plan to stay home to avoid spreading the virus. Some have lent a hand to those in need.
Last year the water tower was not illuminated, breaking a nearly quarter century-long tradition.
FedEx didn’t let him work because of lingering knee issues, even though a doctor said he could.
In an annual update, the commanding officer also explained Everett’s lack of an aircraft carrier.
A man’s body was found near a gas station early Sunday. Two suspects are at large.
Her father, 36, was reportedly putting the gun away when it fired through a wall.
The owner found his missing vehicle near Everett Mall and confronted the man in the front seat.
On Wednesday, the health district logged 182 new coronavirus cases. The previous record, set Sunday, was 140.
For 180 days, the Loggers Inn can operate as a restaurant but must not serve alcohol.
Molly McKinney, 18, has blazed a trail, and it wasn’t always easy. She’s a senior at Marysville Getchell.
In the 39th District, Democrats challenge incumbent Republicans in a historically red district.
On the city council, common ground is hard to find in a town struggling to come to terms with race in 2020.
Bennett had been missing a week before a neighbor heard his meows coming from the fireplace.
If the Arlington City Council decides to move forward, voters would make the final decision.
A man reportedly walked out of a classroom with “his arms full of computers” worth $750.
A woman sustained a concussion and broken collarbone after falling more than 20 feet at Vesper Peak.