New state law ends singling out students who can’t afford lunch

The unintended consequences could be costly for school districts.

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Eric Brossard receives a hug during Drug Court graduation as family and friends cheer in support at the Snohomish County Superior Court on Friday, July 13, 2018 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
County’s drug court offers addicts a chance to come clean

Five years after admission, 87 percent of graduates are crime-free.

Plan paints picture of change for downtown Lake Stevens

City leaders adopted a plan that calls for more homes, businesses, lake access and road work.

Man wounded in leg after gunfire with deputies near Everett

Deputies responded to a woman being assaulted and threatened with a weapon by her husband.

Dad, mom and 3 kids escape early morning Edmonds house fire

A fire investigator said the fire started in the barbecue area of the deck.

Man arrested after series of burglaries in and near Everett

The 21-year-old allegedly robbed 12 businesses, according to police.

Nighttime fire damages lobby of Lake Stevens post office

Local and federal authorities are investigating. No one was injured.

Stanwood man sentenced for illegal possession of firearms

Robert A. Stanard could not legally have firearms because of prior felonies.

Sydney McKay listens as Shelby Huber gives her tips to improve her shooting during the CMP Air Rifle Marksmanship Camp at Snohomish High School on Thursday. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
At ROTC-sponsored camp, teens learn more than marksmanship

“It’s probably one of the best experiences I’ve had in my life,” one said.

Early fears over juvenile jail conversion to rehab give way

The county plans to use part of Denney Juvenile Justice Center to treat adults for substance abuse.

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