The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office reports there were three assailants.
Detectives don’t believe the crash will lead to criminal charges, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.
Susan Kasch donated her kidney to Diane Tillman in 2019. The women share their story to inspire more live kidney donors.
The city and sheriff’s office are also joining a regional crime reduction team, with a focus on preventing gun violence.
Up Up Up circus returns to Hewitt at 6 p.m. “Encanto” at the Sail-in Cinema at the waterfront is at 8:25 p.m.
Prosecutors allege Jennifer Wright kept her pistol in a kitchen drawer and Branden McKinnon, 12, used it to shoot himself.
For now, the building is still shuttered from a June flood.
The driver had just been arrested and released for a DUI, when he allegedly ran a red light and crashed into a pickup.
Julie Anderson called Steve Hobbs an “inexperienced political appointee.” He’s been in the job since Inslee put him there in November.
The home in the 12400 block of 51st Avenue SE was reported on fire at 12:54 a.m.
Four months of public hearings have hinged on how much more taxpayers could shell out if the city offers a developer a break.
For hours on Wednesday, training beauticians pampered families at the Everett campus of Evergreen Beauty College.
Jose Espinoza Aguilar had just been released from prison in May for another shooting. He now faces charges of first-degree assault.
Snohomish County Councilmember Nate Nehring efforts failed to delay the vote and failed to require residents to get addiction treatment.
Applications for the volunteer positions are due by Sept. 16.
Authorities believe the fatal fire early Wednesday was an accident.
A large police presence contained the property in the 20500 block of 32nd Dr. SE on Tuesday night.
In Snohomish County, 3,008 ballots got rejected. Some arrived late. Others weren’t signed. Twenty were for the wrong election.
Prosecutors allege Addele Wells was driving erratically when she crashed into an Audi, killing Megan Barney, 24, in 2020.
The city is considering revisions to issue permits more quickly for emergency shelters.