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Oso Mudslide: Loss and Courage

From 2014, our video about the disaster and its aftermath.

Two-alarm fire contained at paper recycling warehouse

The Thursday night blaze was reported by an employee who spotted flames at the Everett area plant.

A new Edmonds law requires gun owners to keep firearms locked up and inaccessible to others, especially children. (Wikimedia Commons) 20190122
Judge: Suit challenging Edmonds gun-storage law can proceed

The ordinance, which requires that firearms be locked up, took effect Thursday.

Man sentenced for drowning his 6-year-old nephew in bathtub

Andrew Henckel, 21, intended to end Dayvid Pakko’s life, prosecutors said.

Tulalip man gets 6 years in prison for assaults on partner

The woman sought help in March 2018, and police went to the home and found her severely injured.

Members of Edmonds Lutheran Church congregation gathered last June as the first Blokable unit is placed on church grounds. The project will bring low-income housing to the city. The church, which also hosts a community dinner each week, is one of a handful of faith-based organizations in Edmonds that provides almost all of the supportive services for homeless Edmonds residents. (Lizz Giordano / Herald File)
‘Hidden homelessness’ surprises Edmonds council members

An analysis estimates there are 230 residents unhoused, and the city provides no services for them.

Edmonds CC student Lazarus Hart excels in and out of class

Hart and two others are named to All-Washington Academic Team of top scholars from community colleges.

What tax raising idea will win out in March budget madness?

Democrats, who control the House and Senate, are set to release spending plans and revenue packages.

Snohomish County exec celebrates successes, sets major goals

In an annual speech, Dave Somers announced new initiatives for housing, jobs and the environment.

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