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Edmonds College students make state all-academic team Edmonds College students Kelsey Dunlap and Brian Matson were honored as members of the 2021 All-Washington Academic Team… Continue reading
A 67-year-old Freeland man whose body was found in Blaine may have been shot near the Coupeville Ferry.
The city and state are spending millions to improve traffic flow with more lanes and roundabouts.
Christopher Sembroski is in training to be part of a three-day SpaceX Dragon flight funded by a billionaire.
A shelter at the United Church of Christ on Rockefeller Avenue will remain open year-round.
The city council re-criminalized drug possession, while state lawmakers debate their own legislation.
The state’s first Korean-American lawmaker, who died this week, had an inspiring life story.
While the county has low birth rates among teens, drivers here have some of the longest commute times.
Simeon Berkley, 75, was convicted of second-degree murder for the death of Steven Whitemarsh.
They were taken to Harborview Medical Center. Three other adults and a dog escaped with no injuries.
If all goes to plan, the tribes could get federal approval for sports books at two casinos by the fall.
In February, a judge found that the serial initiative promoter repeatedly violated campaign finance laws.
Here’s what’s happening on Day 96 of the 2021 session of the Washington Legislature.
Brian Baird, of Edmonds, is working to establish a National Museum and Center for Service in D.C.
In all, 260 units are planned for the downtown Everett site. The older brick building will remain.
Richard Burke reportedly didn’t trust masks or vaccines. He was charged with custodial interference.
The house was engulfed in flames by the time firefighters arrived. The cause was under investigation.
It might be difficult to secure a dose right away in Snohomish County, but keep trying, officials say.
Richard Burke left the state. “The Burke boys will be living on our own,” he wrote his ex-wife. He is now in custody.
The supersized bobblehead was taken from Everett Comics in an October “smash-and-grab.”