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Herald photographers are out and about
A path lets pedestrians enjoy the sights and sounds of rising ferry terminal, the mountains and more.
The city, businesses and residents generated the equivalent of 65,000 cars driving for a year.
The small mountain town got more snow than just about everyone. They dug themselves out.
The Lynnwood City Council is looking at a loan to finance a property purchase.
The city reported fewer theft, burglary, shoplifting and malicious mischief cases in the past three years.
So far, seven candidates have declared, and there could be more before the filing week in May.
A Lake Stevens lawmaker says a gas tax increase and a carbon fee could cover $16.6 billion of projects.
Jackson High School’s new Turning Point USA club hosted Kyle Kashuv, who was at Stoneman Douglas High.
Arlington Valley Road opens Feb. 22. It’s meant to reduce traffic and increase business access.
The pair were allegedly front men in a scheme to get a federal loan to open a marijuana shop.
The brother of a slide victim says a 23-mile stretch is “sacred ground and that’s how it should be treated.”
The former Silvertip wears jersey No. 79 to honor his 8-year-old Marysville fan.
A new arrest report for the suspected shooter says he was a stranger to the victim.
Sometimes the only sign anyone was there is a lone carrot in the yard.
After years of planning and litigation, airlines can begin service at Everett’s new terminal.
Police say Raul Cuadros, 19, of Bothell, died Sunday in a drug ripoff at an Everett Jack in the Box.