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‘It took my breath away’: Lace up your hiking boots because spring is here
Heybrook Ridge Trail packs stunning views and a moss-covered forest in a 3.3 mile round-trip package.
Two men charged in February motorhome shooting.
Bail was set at $2 million for each of the suspects, Dillon Thomas, 28 and David Koeppen, 37.
Providers at Community Health Center of Snohomish County vote to form a union
Providers expressed hope for improving patient care and making their voices heard with management.
A thumbs up for capital gains, kind words for the Senate budget
It’s Day 75. Here’s what’s happening in the 2023 session of the Washington Legislature
Supreme Court rules state’s new capital gains tax is legal
The 7-2 ruling clears the way for collection of payments starting next month. The tax is expected to bring in $500 million a year.
At Rotter trial, debate breaks out over graphic autopsy photos
A judge ruled some close-ups of Everett officer Dan Rocha’s injuries could be used, while others were ruled out.
Schools, housing, salaries score big in Senate Dems $70B budget
The proposed spending plan also spends money to fight climate change, help abortion providers and study police pursuits
Signs of love on Rucker Ave: blushing rocks, scrambled eggs, a coffee date
Messages on display on Totem Family Diner and Pacific Stone Co. signs reveal “secret crushes.” More updates expected.
Site clearing begins for new Lake Stevens library
The initial work on Chapel Hill property brings dream of a new library closer to reality.
Student, 14, accused of attacking Lynnwood middle school teacher
The alleged assault occurred after lunch at Alderwood Middle School, according to the Edmonds School District.
Update: Everett officer discharged from hospital after shooting
Officer Chad House was “resting and recovering” after a person suspected of robbery shot him on Evergreen Way, police said.
Police: Everett man stabbed child at Dollar Tree in Mill Creek
Prosecutors said an insult popular on the Internet motivated the stabbing.
Bill to add District Court judge in Snohomish County nears finish
State House passed the legislation Wednesday. It now will be sent to the governor for his expected signing
Mill Creek house fire leaves 1 dead
The fire was contained to a garage in the 15300 block of 25th Drive SE. A person was found dead inside.
‘It’s the closest I can be to them’: Nine years after the Oso mudslide
In the deadliest mudslide in U.S. history, 43 people died. Families, survivors and responders honored the victims Wednesday.
At trial in Everett cop’s killing, witnesses recall chaotic chase
The testimony came after an Everett officer was shot while investigating a robbery Wednesday morning, investigators said.
1 dead, officer hurt in police shooting on Evergreen Way
The officer was shot in the head, but was in stable condition Wednesday morning, according to investigators.
Pursuing pursuits, erasing advisory votes and spending battles begin
It’s Day 73. Budgets are in the forecast as lawmakers enter the final month of the 2023 session
Mountlake Terrace council moves on some ARPA spending
The council approved a portion of staff proposals for federal money, including body cameras, generators and road work.
Port parking at Mukilteo waterfront finally opens
The 99-stall lot on the former ferry holding lanes includes 63 spots for someone to leave a car for up to 72 hours.