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The hotly anticipated attraction was supposed to open last Saturday. It’s expected to open Friday.
All nine justices said the commission “substantially complied” with statutory deadlines.
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The school district will work with an equity consultant to improve inclusivity starting in January.
A young woman filed a new civil case against Kenneth Parker, a former Snohomish chiropractor accused of abusing over 20 patients.
Matthew McGowan sought resentencing under a state Supreme Court ruling. Hundreds of other local defendants could follow.
Since 1948, only one other September-October-November period has brought more rain to Paine Field.
He reportedly drove onto a bus-only ramp near the Mountlake Terrace Transit Center and hit a cement wall.
After a social media post, the 14-year-old is being investigated for allegedly threatening to shoot and bomb.
The tax could be approved without a public vote. It would allow for a dramatic increase in new housing for low-income people.
The 14-mile stretch of gravel road will shut down starting Friday. Snow has hit higher elevations.
Washington’s state epidemiologist said it could be weeks before we know more about the new coronavirus variant.
The child-care center has operated at a deficit, says college President Daria Willis. But for families, it has been a boon.
The winner has until Dec. 8 to claim the prize from a lottery ticket sold June 11 at Goodies Food.
The Everett nonprofit will give out some 24,000 free gifts to low-income families. It opens Wednesday.
Since 2014, families have mourned at a roadside shrine near Oso, but “we knew we needed something bigger.”
When Bradley Woolard’s home was raided in 2018, authorities found more than 12,000 fentanyl pills.
Sen. Keith Wagoner will challenge Democrat Steve Hobbs, who was appointed to the statewide post in November
If they even show up, prospective employees are calling the shots. First question: What’s the pay?
Jacob Akers, 29, a Costco shelf stocker, knits cardigans made famous by the 1998 cult classic guy flick.