Katie Hayes wrote about the “absurd and creatively cruel issues that struggling renters face.” But she has hope, too.
It will be an intriguing year in Snohomish County politics, as retirements open seats and redistricting stirs competition.
Dimension, a real estate company, bullied longtime tenants and ignored urgent requests for repairs, former residents said.
Doctors warn kratom, an opioid alternative, is addictive and ripe for abuse. Yet it’s unregulated and sold at any smokeshop.
Saturday’s rally was part of “Bans Off Our Bodies” protests in response to the impending overturn of Roe v. Wade.
Andrew Cain Kristovich escaped from a federal prison camp in April. He was considered armed and dangerous.
No cases of avian flu have been confirmed here. But its arrival could be devastating for poultry farmers.
It’s offered through the Boys and Girls Club, and there are still slots open. So grab a skateboard and get rolling.
Employees accused Justin Blasko of fomenting a hostile workplace. Findings won’t be public for about two weeks or longer.
The City Council voted on how to spend $1.1 million in relief funds, including a three-year “Clean Everett” plan.
Black-and-white stripes are a vibrant pop against the farmland at Flying M Ranch and Horses in rural Snohomish County.
Herald photographers are out and about, capturing scenes from across Snohomish County.
The Edmonds-Kingston route could be next, depending on COVID-19 cases and crew shortages.
Richard Choptij, 53, died Wednesday when his motorcycle crashed into a dump truck on Highway 92.
Donald Bergevin was hit by an SUV on Monday night.
Douglas Fraser III argued the law must be tossed, because the legal limit for THC is not supported by science.
The Everett City Council approved a resolution to slow speeds on Evergreen and Everett Mall ways.
Athletics and security staff are also in danger, as district leaders look to trim $13.5 million from next year’s budget.
Dayn Brunner, 50, worked at Do It Best Hardware for about six months in 2019. He’s accused of stealing $6,300.
Jaymari Williams, 20, hopes he can become a “righteous individual” after his incarceration for two 2020 pot shop robberies.