The lawsuit alleges systemic failures at the Monroe Correctional Complex led to Anthony Christie’s death in 2019.
Flu season is here. COVID never left. Officials say it’s time for people to get shots.
City officials propose $7.95 million of American Rescue Plan Act money on a shelter, mental health support and more.
The county and state are implementing a new traffic signal system that synchronizes the corridor and adjusts to demand.
A 1-mile stretch of U.S. 2 was closed in both directions Sunday afternoon because of the Bolt Creek fire near Skykomish. The highway… Continue reading
The veteran Democratic lawmaker will address recent legislation passed by Congress and other topics.
UniEnergy Technologies absorbed millions in public funds, then suddenly went dark. The company is accused of providing tech to China.
On Orange Shirt Day, a national day of remembrance, the Tulalip Tribes honored those who suffered due to violent cultural suppression.
Department heads will make their pitches in the next few days. Residents will get a say at a forum and two hearings this month
State Auditor Pat McCarthy presented the award during the most recent Everett City Council meeting.
Mount Pilchuck is one of the most beloved hikes in the region. The 7-mile pothole-riddled road to get there? Not so much.
Specifics about what ignited the flames remained under investigation. Meanwhile, all evacuation orders have been lifted.
A search warrant points to Shayne Baker, 26, as the suspect in the killing of Scott Pullen at a storage facility in Everett.
The hospital group has pushed back against the notion that Providence “intentionally takes advantage of those who are vulnerable.”
About 80% of the plane, including the engine, was recovered using remotely operated vessels.
The highway was blocked off earlier this week as the fire spread.
About 160 Snohomish County tradespeople take the apprentice classes in Burlington center. There’s ample room to grow.
City officials hope roundabouts, sidewalks and more will turn 2 miles of busy road into a neighborhood street.
The move to let children ride ferries for free is the latest result of Move Ahead Washington legislation.
More than 300 Herald readers responded to an online poll. Here are the results.