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Bennett had been missing a week before a neighbor heard his meows coming from the fireplace.
More than 78,000, or 15.3%, have already been sent in, easily beating a previous high set in 2008.
Weeks into a third wave of COVID activity, case counts have already surpassed the previous spike.
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A man in his mid-40s refused another’s demand for his wallet. The victim was hospitalized.
Maia Espinoza, 31, is challenging incumbent Chris Reykdal, 48. They are both parents — with divergent views.
Cassandra Lopez-Shaw would be the county’s first Latina judge. Robert Grant is endorsed by retiring judge Eric Lucas.
Dressing up pets is no longer just for cats and dogs. Rodents can be mermaids and superheroes, too.
The city council voted in September to convert the mayoral position from part time to full time.
State climatologist says the declining snowpack threatens water supplies as population grows.
The males, 17 and 18, were in a vehicle when two males approached and got into an altercation.
Ben Howard Road and Mann Road are in line for culverts and elevation gains.
Local environmental groups are forming, growing and attracting new members, young and old.
The city admitted no fault in its agreement with Scott Eastman, who wasn’t picked as permanent chief.
“You name it, if they need it, we’ve got it,” says the Connections Center’s foster care liaison.
The Everett City Council will deliberate Wednesday on the multi-family, supportive housing proposal.
A driver hit a male who ran across the road Saturday night but stayed there and spoke with police.
She’s in touch with the man who pleaded guilty. In her daughter’s honor, the Blue Eyes Project helps others.
Sen. Keith Wagoner, R-Sedro-Woolley, is opposed by Progressive Kathryn Lewandowsky of Arlington.
The decennial process to revise County Council district borders will be detailed at Monday’s meeting.