Wednesday, September 27, 2023
“You cannot out run the stings,” one hiker wrote in a trip report. The Forest Service has posted alerts at two trailheads.
The Housing Authority of Snohomish County doesn’t have specific plans for land near 80th Avenue West, if its offer is accepted.
About 100 people are stuck in Everett hospital beds without an urgent medical reason. New laws aim for a solution.
There were no other injuries or fatalities reported, a city spokesperson said.
Concerns over information and enforcement postponed the council’s scheduled vote on the ordinance Wednesday in Snohomish County.
Park staff treated about 11,000 square feet with glyphosate and 2,4-D. When applied correctly, staff said they aren’t harmful.
The public utility’s ConnectUp program will update 380,000 electric meters and 23,000 water meters in the next few years.
The owner of the Malicious Women Co. doesn’t expect to receive any money from the Malicious Mermaid, a Florida-based copycat.
Sidney Montooth boarded her horse Blaze. When he died, she was “a wreck” — and at a loss as to what to do with his remains.
Pilots can test their flying skills or up their game at Simulation Flight in Mukilteo.
Starting Sunday evening, 1 to 1½ inches of rain is expected in western Washington. It marks the end of fire season, meteorologists said.
Washington State Patrol lists speed as the cause. No other people or vehicles were involved.
The city is having a naming contest for its new sod-slaying, hedge-hogging, forest-clumping, Mr-mow-it-all.
The system-wide boat swap stems from the vessel Walla Walla out of service for four weeks for repairs.
Appellate judges ruled that additional evidence should have been admitted in Jamel Alexander’s trial for the murder of Shawna Brune.
The National Weather Service says up to 1½ inches are possible through Wednesday.