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Elementary and middle school students there are getting in-person instruction five days a week.
The pandemic’s effects on movie theaters have delayed some work at the 70-acre Everett development.
Fire crews arrived at the scene to find a small home engulfed in flames. It was destroyed.
Karen Moore is a former deputy prosecutor. She also has experience as a pro tem judge and commissioner.
A new law bars people from carrying guns within 250 feet of a permitted demonstration.
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The fire at Eastside Tire and Muffler was reported early Wednesday morning.
Everett police said he had been yelling and was aggressive toward people on a sidewalk north of the lake.
The Pilchuck River bridge east of Highway 9 was set to close to one lane this weekend.
Authorities linked the cases to an outbreak in King County, possibly stemming from fresh produce.
The toxic wood preservative was once ubiquitous in Washington. On Camano, it threatens salmon.
Martinez D. Mitchell, 44, must serve five years in prison for third-degree assault.
The man was shot in the Silver Lake neighborhood. He was transported to a hospital.
County Executive Dave Somers expects the governor to extend a freeze in status if cases continue to be flat.
The Muslim holy month of fasting ends this week with prayer, feasts and toys for children.
Josh Otusanya, a Lake Stevens soccer star turned New York comedian, reinvented himself in his family’s basement.
Each will visit the district this week to meet staff and take part in a virtual community forum.
Jeffery Phebus, 61, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder. He was sentenced to 31⅔ years in prison Monday.
Georgie Gutenberg, 49, was last seen April 27 and was believed to be driving a Jeep Wrangler.
Built in 1949, the Ken Baxter Community Center will be removed to make way for the new civic center.