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Parade is a city-wide celebration for Marysville grads
A group of parents has planned a parade Friday night. It will pass each of the district’s high schools.
Police: Man likely stole from 20 people in Edmonds, Woodway
Edmonds police reportedly retrieved a dozen bags of stolen goods after arresting a Lynnwood man, 24.
Memorial Day tradition continues in Lynnwood amid pandemic
Loved ones placed flags at Floral Hills cemetery as bagpipes played in the distance Monday morning.
No parades, but cemeteries open, flags up for Memorial Day
Recognizing the holiday is more complicated this year, but local groups are doing what they can.
Marysville leaders ask Inslee to open local stores, churches
They believe these places should be able to reopen with safety measures, as big box stores have.
Everett-based USS Kidd scheduled to return home in August
It docked in San Diego after about 80 sailors tested positive for COVID-19.
Everett stabbing suspect sent to Western State Hospital
Anthony Garcia, 21, is not currently competent to help in his legal defense, a Superior Court judge found.
Officers believe he planned a ‘murder/suicide’ in Arlington
The Clark County man has been arrested for stalking and assault, and charged with rape.
80-degree heat wave incoming for Puget Sound this weekend
Officials reminded people to keep a safe distance from others, on what may be the warmest days so far in 2020.
People venture outdoors after stay-home order slightly eases
Many city and county parks opened Tuesday, but officials ask everyone to keep their distance.
Stanwood man arrested after driving 192 mph on U.S. 2
He reportedly told the trooper he was headed to breakfast, dozens of miles away from his home.
Everett-based destroyer docks in San Diego after outbreak
On Tuesday, 64 sailors on the USS Kidd had tested positive for COVID-19, with dozens more untested.
As pandemic drags on, mental health clients, services adapt
Isolation can be especially hard on people with mental illness. Here’s who to call in Snohomish County.
Woman who died in Stanwood crash Friday is identified
She was Ceanna J. Diller, 20. The driver was arrested on suspicion of vehicular homicide.
In sudden shift to digital school, Monroe kids get laptops
About 350 kids picked up computers at Frank Wagner Elementary School, as classes statewide move online.
Everett hockey arena opens as COVID-19 quarantine center
Meanwhile, at least two dozen care homes in Snohomish County have cases — a huge jump since Friday.
Everett man arrested in landlord’s murder; no body found
The suspect was a tenant. The landlord’s wife became worried when he didn’t return home.
Man shot to death in yard after alleged parking-spot dispute
A Lynnwood man was arrested for investigation of second-degree murder, with bail set at $1 million.
Snohomish County manufacturers sew 27,000 masks for nurses
Two Mukilteo businesses, and others around the county, have shifted their focus to fight COVID-19.
Comments welcome on the proposed Lake Stevens Costco
The company’s permit to fill wetlands is under review. Public comment is open until April 12.