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Kate Hitter holds her youngest daughter, Scarlett under a third story window at their Lake Stevens home on April 1, 2017. on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 in Lake Stevens, Wa. While moving in, Scarlett fell through a screened window and landed on the concrete patio 30 feet below. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Window falls are almost as predictable as summer

A Snohomish County group has advice on letting a cool breeze in while keeping kids safe.

Monroe teen’s T-shirt sales bring light to people in Syria

She kept thinking of the children there, alone, scared and in the dark. “That could have been us.”

Man arrested after woman is stabbed near Mill Creek

It apparently happened during an argument, and three children fled the home.

Pedestrian hit and killed by train in Edmonds

The fatality near the Edmonds terminal shut down ferry operations overnight.

Law enforcement officers, firefighters and medics from Snohomish, King and Pierce counties use computers to simulate an active shooter scenario in a ballroom at Angel of the Winds Arena on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 in Everett, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Agencies join for 3 days of active shooter training

Participants were placed in a 3-D simulated situation.

Extremely low tide surprises Everett boaters

One boat was stranded for several hours off the Port of Everett launch.

The Drake family poses with Santa in 2017. From left are Jenny, Dylan, Braeden, Zachary and Jerry Drake. (provided by family)
Memorial set for Monroe family killed in cabin explosion

The Drakes had attended Cascade Community Church for about eight years.

Katelyn Pryor, Diego Corpening, Dylan Austin and Prabhman Aujla take high school level credit classes while attending Eisenhower Middle School in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
                                Andy Bronson / The Herald
                                Katelyn Pryor, Diego Corpening, Dylan Austin and Prabhman Aujla take high school level credit classes while attending Eisenhower Middle School in Everett.
More middle-schoolers are taking high school credits

But it’s still important for them to find a balance of schoolwork, athletics and social life.

Death of woman hit by train ruled a suicide

The woman was struck Saturday evening on the tracks near the Edmonds ferry terminal.

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