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He allegedly passed a trooper at 114 mph on a motorcycle, crashed, stole a car, fled gunshots and climbed 60 feet.
Ballots are to be mailed Thursday. Turnout in Snohomish County is expected to be near 85%.
Firefighters doused the flames, a dog escaped safely and the victim was taken to the hospital.
The overnight striping between the lanes is slated to begin Friday night and wrap Saturday morning.
Police say there may be a financial motive behind the murder-for-hire plan involving “quite a bit of money.”
There has been a “leveling out” of coronavirus risk between the five counties and the rest of the state.
X-rays helped officials to identify the human remains found Saturday. Harris went missing in March.
Michael C. Sartain, 72, died of smoke inhalation in the accidental fire in a mobile home.
Programs in Edmonds, Everett and Snohomish have helped restaurants cling to life during the pandemic.
The layoff at Premera Blue Cross, prompted by the economic downturn, represents about 8.3% of its workforce.
The Washington State Patrol wants to see dash-cam video and speak with anyone who was on I-5 Sunday morning.
Tuesday afternoon some 12,000 customers were without electricity, the PUD said.
Two seats in the state House representing parts of Everett and Marysville are up for grabs.
On the island of 364,260, there 350 churches, 269 glaciers, many eye-popping wonders — and one Costco.
A ferry was struck by lighting, a tornado touched down and now high winds and snow are in the forecast.
A man reportedly walked out of a classroom with “his arms full of computers” worth $750.
The hornet was captured on Oct. 5, and a tracking device was tied to her body. But the signal was lost.
No one was injured on the boat, but the lightning affected the navigation system.
Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop needs volunteers for weekly work parties to give children bikes.
Bernard Moody is seeking his first elected office against longtime former Rep. June Robinson.