Snohomish County leads the state with 27 flu deaths

Statewide, 151 have died. But the illness has hit other parts of the country harder this season.

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Everett’s Norton Grand residents don’t want tall buildings

A group fears the proposed changes in the city’s plan eventually could wipe out the old houses.

Fires cancel tractor show in Monroe, burn trailer in Maltby

An antique tractor set up for the Sky Valley Stock and Antique Tractor Club festival was lost.

Woman struck by car while trying to cross I-5 at night

She was injured in the southbound lanes of the freeway in Marysville.

Arlington woman accused of sex crimes with three teenagers

The 34-year-old was arrested Monday by Arlington police. She posted bond pending charges.

Drone seen flying illegally on Mukilteo side of Paine Field

Unmanned aerial vehicles are prohibited within five miles of any airport, except with FAA permission.

A is for opioid antidote, in new abbreviated first aid class

Firefighters in south Snohomish County designed the course. The first mass training was Friday.

Yellow butterflies blossom throughout Evergreen state

Scientists believe warm weather and flower gardens are helping tiger swallowtails thrive.

Concert goers hold and raise hands during Decision America Pacific Northwest Tour Monday night at the Evergreen Fairgrounds Speedway in Monroe. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Bill Graham’s son stops in Monroe on tour

Franklin Graham’s Decision America Tour made headlines in 2016 when he visited all 50 U.S. state capitals.

Final Oso death lawsuit heads toward October trial

Judge: State and timber company must defend themselves against claims related to the 2014 mudslide.

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