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Hepatitis A confirmed in Taco Bell worker in Everett, Lake Stevens
The health department sent out a public alert for diners at two Taco Bells on May 22 or 23.
Coming soon to Marysville: indoor pickleball, games, drinks
“We’re very confident this will be not just a hit, but a smash hit,” says co-owner Allan Jones, who is in the fun industry.
Detectives: Unresponsive baby was exposed to fentanyl at Everett hotel
An 11-month-old boy lost consciousness Tuesday afternoon. Later, the infant and a twin sibling both tested positive for fentanyl.
Report: No wrongdoing in Everett mayor’s romance with deputy mayor
An attorney hired by the city found no misuse of public funds. Texts between the two last year, however, were not saved on their personal phones.
3 guns caught by TSA at Paine Field this month — all loaded
Simple travel advice: Unpack before you pack to make sure there’s not a gun in your carry-on.
To beat the rush this Memorial Day weekend, go early or late
AAA projects busy airports, ferries and roads over the holiday weekend this year, though still below pre-pandemic counts.
Troopers: DUI crash leaves 1 in critical condition in Maltby
A drunken driver, 34, was arrested after her pickup rear-ended another truck late Tuesday, injuring a Snohomish man, 28.
$30M affordable housing project to start construction soon in Edmonds
Once built, dozens of families who are either homeless or in poverty will move in and receive social and work services.
County Council OK’s Stanwood behavioral health center
After an unsuccessful appeal to block it, the Tulalip Tribes are now on the cusp of building the 32-bed center in farmland.
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