Lynnwood bans safe-injection sites for 6 months of study

The city is the latest local government to take a stand on sanctioned spaces for using illegal drugs.

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Large sinkholes appear on road after water main breaks

Mountlake Terrace residents in an area near the King-Snohomish county line were without water.

Fire districts in Lake Stevens, Monroe could merge in 2020

Already, they are sharing more resources through a contract — but not staffing and equipment.

Fire burns mobile home near Woodinville, displaces residents

No one was found inside the home, but a firefighter was injured, treated and released at the scene.

Person pulled into van in sexual assault at EdCC, alert says

At least two men were involved Wednesday morning, according to the school.

Former Cascade High School teacher Kay Powers, 76, died Jan. 4 at her Seattle home. A First Amendment advocate, Powers lost her job at Cascade in 2007 after helping students publish an underground newspaper. Rehired, she taught one more year at Jackson High School. (Kevin Nortz / Herald File)
Kay Powers, teacher and free-speech crusader, has died at 76

“They put into law what Kay stood for,” says former colleague who recalls Cascade High controversy.

Pursuit of suspected robber driving taxi ends in I-5 crash

Deputies responded to calls of a robbery and gunshots north of Lynnwood. The chase ended in Seattle.

Native American voting rights act would allow ‘unmarked homes’

An address could be a narrative description of the location of the individual’s residence.

Rep. Larsen supports bill that would unfreeze Growler process

The proposal would reopen key federal agencies under the partial federal government shutdown.

House concealed-guns policy keeps lieutenant governor away

Normally, Cyrus Habib would preside over an annual joint session. But he said he felt vulnerable.

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