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Lynnwood man pleads guilty to rape of dying teen, coverup

Brian Varela could face less than three years in prison for the manslaughter of Alyssa Noceda, 18.

United Way’s Reeves/Sievers founders’ Award was presented to the Rodland family Thursday. Buzz and Carol Rodland also received the award in 2010. (United Way photo)
At United Way breakfast, focus is on helping whole families

The agency hosted a conversation about poverty at its annual awards event.

Marysville woman identified in fatal Stanwood crash

She was Patti S. Roodzant, 60, the medical examiner confirms.

Man pepper-sprayed his parents over drug money, police say

The son asked for $400 — or else. When they refused, he sprayed and fled the Mountlake Terrace house.

Fireworks in September: Area bans proposed near cities

Snohomish County considers banning fireworks sales and use from some unincorporated areas.

Sutherland counting on the ‘R,’ not the green, to win House

The GOP candidate has raised little money, and state House Republicans don’t have much to help him out.

Brian Gouge, of Edmonds, raises his arms in joy after throwing a golfball into the mouth of Golfzilla at the annual Friendship Festival at Harvey Field on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018 in Snohomish, Wa. The event was put on by the Down Syndrome Association of Snohomish County.(Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Friendship Festival celebrates people with Down syndrome

“Once you’re part of the Down Syndrome Association, you’re part of a family,” said the event organizer.

Flagship Judd & Black appliance store burns in Everett (video)

The venerable retailer on Hewitt Avenue was ablaze late Friday.

It’s lunch and war stories as two WWII pilots finally meet

One flew in Europe, the other in the Pacific. A Stanwood veterans event brought them together.

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