The hospital group has pushed back against the notion that Providence “intentionally takes advantage of those who are vulnerable.”
About 80% of the plane, including the engine, was recovered using remotely operated vessels.
The highway was blocked off earlier this week as the fire spread.
About 160 Snohomish County tradespeople take the apprentice classes in Burlington center. There’s ample room to grow.
City officials hope roundabouts, sidewalks and more will turn 2 miles of busy road into a neighborhood street.
The move to let children ride ferries for free is the latest result of Move Ahead Washington legislation.
More than 300 Herald readers responded to an online poll. Here are the results.
Carin Chase had by far the most supporters present Thursday, but it was Strom Peterson who won the council’s unanimous vote.
Around 1 p.m., students reported a classmate with a gun at Edmonds-Woodway High School.
School and health officials said the new on-campus center should boost wellness and grades for Lynnwood students.
Those options weren’t what voters approved — and would be like “butchering” the plan, the Snohomish County executive said.
MLB facility requirements prompted government leaders to look at replacing Funko Field, either there or elsewhere.
Joshua Klick’s estate argued his relationship with a counselor signaled negligence. A judge found the claim had expired.
Construction is set for roundabouts on South Lake Stevens Road and one at North Davies Road and Vernon Road.
The Snohomish County executive’s plan focuses on public safety, housing, child care, climate — and mountain biking.
On Monday, Everett police arrested Christian Sayre for the fifth time in the past year. A judge released him Tuesday.
The City Council didn’t censure Jim Smith after a report found he discriminated against a Black city employee.
Eviation Aircraft’s battery-powered plane logs successful first flight from Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake.
Dr. Prabhat and Trish Bhama are part of a HUGS volunteer team providing treatment for microtia in Guatemala.
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