About one-third of Edmonds police staffers are women, the highest in the county. Other agencies have less representation.
An open house will be held on Wednesday about several ideas to ease traffic jams. Most options call for a wider highway.
Everett’s Bailey Hendrickson sells homemade stuffed animals and art under the name Adorable Potato.
The car was to remain in the water overnight, at least. The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office was investigating.
Snohomish Regional Fire & Rescue sees about 20 to 25 water calls per year. Many of those are preventable.
Marysville schools expect to see layoffs after voters turned down an education levy a second time.
On reservations, “a lot of people just disappear and that’s it.” A vigil aimed to bring closure and understanding of the history.
Councilmembers tried to address public concerns at a meeting Thursday. Meanwhile, officials weighed in from nearby cities.
Andrew Cain Kristovich is wanted for rape, robbery, unlawful imprisonment and auto theft.
Money raised Saturday at BobaKhan Toys in Everett goes to Seattle Children’s cancer research.
The County Council eased zoning restrictions to encourage townhomes and denser development.
They envision a complex in Snohomish County that can host tourneys for elite basketball, volleyball and wrestling.
“I don’t want it to be accepted anymore,” said a teen who organized an installation of the Red Dress Project at an Edmonds church.
Biking and walking from the Interurban Trail to the Everett YMCA could get easier and more intuitive.
Christopher Buck Jr., 29, of Everett, died in a hospital the day after he was gunned down in his home during a robbery.
Council members heard a stream of comments from people opposed to the ban Tuesday, then adjourned the meeting without a vote.
Justices granted a motion Wednesday to review William Talbott’s overturned conviction in a landmark forensic genealogy case.
“It was like a scene out of Mario Kart,” a Snohomish County sheriff’s deputy wrote. Speeds reportedly reached 100 mph.
Juan Alberto Castaneda Miranda claimed officers stormed into his apartment in 2018 and pointed guns at him and his girlfriend.
All of Snohomish County’s transfer stations and drop boxes will be closed May 7, 8, 14 and 15.