Thursday, February 22, 2024
The man was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with gunshot wounds. He was expected to survive.
Zac Robbins inherited a district now facing a $5.9 million deficit. Dozens of parents and staff alleged a lack of transparency to fix the problem.
The deficit fell from $28 million to an estimated $4.4 million, with most staff reductions coming from attrition.
Over 100 visitors searched for anemones and chitons Tuesday. Volunteers said the event sparks “enthusiasm for the natural world.”
Western Display Fireworks reported the city’s fireworks failure in 2023 was the result of an “oversight from a former employee.”
A proposed law would allow local councils to bypass voters and impose an extra tax. Snohomish County voters narrowly rejected a similar tax in 2016.
Tax bills for 2024 will shock some and delight others. Woodway, where the average home is $2.2 million, will get tax cut.
The Snohomish County nonprofit mentors first-generation college bound students and students facing hardships
It’s a two-part event this year: brunch followed by the option to attend “Women in Hockey Night” with the Seattle Kraken.
The Climate Commitment Act funds electric vehicle charging stations and other projects. Inslee is defending against an effort to repeal it.
“She enjoyed life and she enjoyed people,” said her daughter, Kathy Larsen. Her best game was 258, when JFK was president.
Witnesses reported their cars were robbed at gunpoint Sunday night at AMC Alderwood Mall 16.
A septic system failure forced the popular cabins to close starting Feb. 26. Visitors who had planned a trip will get refunds.
Prosecutors charged Alex Waggoner with murder in the fatal shooting of Abdulkadir Shariff Gedi in Edmonds.
Parishes in Everett, Tulalip, Lake Stevens and elsewhere in Snohomish County will combine with their nearest neighbors over three years.
Frank Walton was sentenced to 18 years in the killing of his landlord, Howard Benzel. He now faces a new trial.
For the seventh time in a decade, the district is asking voters to approve bonds and levies for upgrades.
Visitors will have access to the park’s new boat launch July 1, but not the fishing pier. Kayak Point will close again Oct. 15.
The project expands the resort’s gaming and guest features and adds features to highlight the Tulalip Tribes’ culture.
Rep. Strom Peterson’s measure aims to make statements inadmissible if police use deceptive tactics to get those statements.