Car chase near Marysville ends in crash, arrest in Everett

A reportedly stolen BMW reached 86 mph on I-5 before crashing into another car on 41st Street.

 

After almost three decades at Baker Heights, emotions spill over for Kathleen Mullen as she prepares to move to a new home. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Baker Heights: A tight-knit community must scatter

It’s a bittersweet time for residents in the WWII-era public housing where many lived for decades.

 

Pay up or else! County could sue over ballot drop boxes

Washington state required counties to install the drop boxes, but hasn’t provided any reimbursement.

 

Two new buildings, upgrades set for Lakewood School District

Two STEM labs, roof replacement and more are chosen as priorities, plus administration buildings.

Unsafe dock to be removed at North Cove Park

Work at the Lake Stevens park is about halfway done. Another dock there was recently renovated.

A steaming pile of poo compost, from non-primate herbivores, is the “end result” at the Woodland Park Zoo, which calls the finished compost Zoo Doo. It is sold to customers through a lottery system. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Zoo Doo — this manure puts the nasty into dung dynasty

Nothing says fall like Fecal Fest at Woodland Park Zoo. Enter the online lottery for gardening gold.

A steaming pile of poo compost, from non-primate herbivores, is the “end result” at the Woodland Park Zoo, which calls the finished compost Zoo Doo. It is sold to customers through a lottery system. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Were you downtown Everett on Saturday for beer, food and fun?

If so, you might see yourself in this video.

Addict: ‘You go to the street because you’re sick and it hurts’

Rep. Rick Larsen, Mayor Cassie Franklin and others celebrate new Everett clinic battling opioids.

Photos of the week

Top picks from The Herald’s illustrious photographers

Souped up and sudsy in Langley

Racers in the annual Soup Box Derby readying creative rides for Aug. 25

Man died in motorcycle crash Friday afternoon near Snohomish

The Enumclaw man was driving on Rivershore Road when he lost control, the sheriff’s office said.

Edmonds CC president gets a pay bump after a busy first year

With the cost-of-living increase, Singh’s annual salary will rise from $241,000 to $248,230.

Teens prep for big disasters at FEMA-hosted camp in Stanwood

About 40 students gathered at Camp Killoqua to learn how to save lives in the event of an emergency.

Faith Calendar

EVENTS Worship and salmon barbecue: Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church of Arlington will host its eighth annual Outdoor Worship and Salmon Barbecue Aug. 25 behind the… Continue reading

Front Porch

EVENTS Car toys on tour The Hot Wheels Legends Tour will be rolling into Everett from 8 a.m. to noon today at the Walmart Supercenter,… Continue reading

Man wanted in Montana allegedly on methadone in U.S. 2 chase

A $50,000 warrant was issued for his arrest in Montana, where he was in another police pursuit.

Map of the Highway 92 - Little Pilchuck Creek fish passage project. (The state Department of Transportation)

Weekend closure coming to Highway 92 near Lake Stevens

Crews will be finishing up a fish passage project along Little Pilchuck Creek.

Map of the Highway 92 - Little Pilchuck Creek fish passage project. (The state Department of Transportation)

Mukilteo schools superintendent to retire in December

Marci Larsen has led one of Snohomish County’s largest districts for the past 16 years.

Snohomish OKs WATVs on city streets, county could add areas

Snohomish councilmembers approved a year-long pilot project allowing WATVs on city streets 35 mph or under.

Score! ACT tests from Mariner lost in June have been found

Package with answer sheets was in a FedEx facility somewhere between Everett and Iowa City.