Here’s what’s happening on Day 15 of the 2022 session of the Washington Legislature.
Police said he was brandishing a knife and threatening “homicidal violence” on his family.
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The ski resort’s new manager says he’s working to address frustrations about lines and closures.
Snow Goose Transit runs on weekdays, offering 15 stops and — for those with mobility issues — door-to-door service.
Branden McKinnon, 12, got hold of a gun belonging to his mother, a Department of Corrections lieutenant. His father is suing.
‘It feels like there has been a mass exodus in the last two to three months.’
In Lynnwood, PAWS could care for six bears at a time. Now, they’ll have space for 30 — and a lot more.
Armed robbers have hit Buds Garage off Everett Avenue twice since December.
Connie Bigelow, 54, was sentenced Friday in federal court for lighting her business on fire to collect insurance money.
The pandemic has taken a toll in Snohomish County, where the first U.S. case was confirmed. Here’s a time capsule of life in 2022.
The Everett-based behavioral health care provider wants to replace the 1920-built Bailey Center with a modern facility.
Sno-Isle’s director called the move a “drastic and unnecessary action to privatize our shared public library.”
Adam Cornell argues the incident reinforces a need to suspend jury trials, as omicron wreaks havoc.
Elliott Bagley, 28, told an officer he’d had a couple beers before the crash Thursday, according to police.
Supply is limited at a new online portal, but Washingtonians can now order five free rapid COVID tests.
Here’s what’s happening on Day 12 of the 2022 session of the Washington Legislature.
Levies to pay for staff, programs, computers and capital projects are on the Feb. 8 ballot across Snohomish County.
The city wants to build the Powerline Trail from 20th Street SE to Eighth Street SE. But homeowners have some concerns.
The Amazon founder’s program would be housed at Everett Station. Admission would be determined by lottery.