Teen faces illegal gun charge after brother, 12, is wounded

They allegedly were playing with a revolver. Then the 16-year-old left the room.

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Everett Transit proposes doubling adult fare to $2

Youth riders would pay $1 and fares for seniors and people with disabilities would rise to 50 cents.

Everett Animal Shelter staffer Kim Mantyla deals with a lost poodle, Monday. P.J. is estimated to be 10 to 11 years old. The Everett Animal Shelter is launching a senior dog foster program to get its elderly dogs into temporary homes. The current foster program had only included puppies, kittens and adult cats.(Dan Bates / The Herald)
Shelter seeking temporary homes for elderly pooches

The Everett Animal Shelter is seeking volunteers for its new senior dog foster program.

Snohomish County deputy prosecutor Tobin Darrow makes his opening statements in the trial of Todd Brown Tuesday morning at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett on June 19, 2018. Brown is accused of vehicular homicide in the deaths of two children. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)
Impairment is disputed as vehicular homicide trial begins

Todd Brown is accused of slamming into the back of a car, killing two kids and injuring two others.

85-year-old hospitalized after US 2 crash near Monroe

The westbound lane near 179th Street SE was blocked as of 11:30 a.m.

Defendant in 1987 slayings of BC couple pleads not guilty

William Talbott of SeaTac was arraigned Tuesday in Snohomish County Superior Court.

More than 1,300 Everett students face school change

Elementary students must switch schools as the district prepares to open its 18th elementary.

$107.5 million Arlington school bond back on the ballot

The biggest slice of the bond funding would go toward building a new Post Middle School.

Hopelessly behind on credits, he is the unlikely graduate

Arlington teen overcomes grief, earns diploma after attending four schools, youth military academy.

Bill Akers, a senior vice president at Premera Blue Cross in Mountlake Terrace, is one of the adult players in a decades-long game of tag that inspired the movie “Tag.” Players, all buddies from Spokane’s Gonzaga Prep High School, are in a photo displayed in Akers’ office, complete with signatures. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
In real-life game of tag, he’s it

Mountlake Terrace’s Bill Akers and 9 others inspired the movie of the same name.

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