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Nobody was injured when the fire broke out Saturday morning on 27th Avenue NE.
The man suffered severe burns after he used gasoline to start a fire in his yard.
Despite a slight lull in August and September, it continues to be a seller’s market on Whidbey.
The ship brings with it over 300 sailors and their families to the area from Yokosuka, Japan.
A corrections leader says 502 workers could lose their jobs if they aren’t vaccinated against COVID by Monday.
It marks the end of a decade-long saga that started when Michael Weaver was diagnosed with melanoma in 2011.
The Boeing Company announced earlier this week that its workers must be vaccinated by Dec. 8.
The loaded Colt .25-caliber semiautomatic handgun was found in the folds of her flesh at the Snohomish County Jail.
The outdoor supplies store closed after heavy smoke damaged merchandise and more in the building.
With links to official information.
Sharp teeth, reptilian eyes — Cameo and Nick Beedle’s house is a frightful, delightful experience.
WSDOT announced the closures were due to ongoing maintenance, staffing and vandalism problems.
The state blames route cuts on COVID factors and not enough staff. The vaccine mandate is a factor.
An Everett woman, 35, was booked into jail for investigation of first-degree assault.
A stretch of 35th Ave SE was expected to be closed for a few hours Friday night.
He’s accused of giving the FAA false information about systems that played a role in two deadly crashes.
Gov. Jay Inslee announced the new order, which goes into effect Nov. 15.
Mayor John Kartak calls his city “the most wonderful community on earth.” A new movie offers another perspective.
Swords, armor and collectibles are included. The 19-acre property has a gun range and 9-foot dragon.
Races for mayor, city councils and school boards are focal point of the Nov. 2 election in Snohomish County.