Distress beacon leads rescuers to Pacific Crest Trail hikers

Two men in their 20s had encountered snow and waited two nights for a helicopter rescue.

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Emblems of hate seized from group in racist Lynnwood beating

New court records tell more about the eight people arrested in the assault on an African-American DJ.

Edmonds pilot inspires children to seek the skies

A flight as a boy inspired Greg Bell. He’s now made 100 flights to bring in the next generation.

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Herald columnist Julie Muhlstein received this card, by mail at her Everett home, from the Texas-based neo-Nazi organization Patriot Front. The mail came in June, a month after Muhlstein wrote about the group’s fliers being posted at Everett Community College and in her neighborhood. (Dan Bates / The Herald) (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Hate’s in the mail, and it’s up to us all to speak against it

Close to home, an African-American DJ was attacked and a Monroe man wrote online about killing Jews.

Pedestrian seriously hurt after being hit by car

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How the governor’s budget proposes to save the orcas

Money would go toward restoring salmon habitat, storm-water cleanup and quieting vessel traffic.

EvCC campus closed briefly after nearby armed robbery

A police dog tracked a path north of the college, but no suspect was found.

What animal is that? Costumed man robs Highway 530 store

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