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In February, an appeals panel said state law pre-empts the city from enacting its own firearm rules.
Despite criticism, the proposal for a new jail, police department and mental health wing passed the council 6-1.
Nicholi Melum, 63, had an argument with his son, Garner, last week and was shot.
Pastor Jeremy Fuerst, 44, came to Central Lutheran Church in 2015.
Ambulances can only drive so fast. PulsePoint alerts nearby trained citizens when there’s a medical emergency.
Even the Evergreen Way deli’s landlord is looking for him. David Barney has vanished.
The move did not sit well with some residents who claim their voices are being silenced.
The Everett suspect, 77, was detained briefly for spreading fish sauce on the sidewalk.
Employees must comply by Nov. 1 in superior and district courts and Nov. 15 in the prosecutor’s office.
Investigators were seeking tips to identify the culprit, who damaged 14 businesses on Highway 99.
Rebecca Haskins was last seen early the morning of Sept. 4 in Mill Creek.
Lloyd Richmond, 84, allegedly beat a woman and choked a man — both of whom rented rooms from him.
One driver allegedly ran away from a collision, according to the Washington State Patrol.
The agency is reallocating 4,000 service hours that will be saved by ending commuter routes at Northgate.
The Everett nonprofit hopes to train workers as child care centers struggle to hire staff.
The shot hit his leg and he was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett.
The suit could cover at least 10,000 employees across the retailer’s 45 locations in Washington.
Amazon denies that it’s involved in the project. But permitting documents include the company name.
98258 in Lake Stevens saw the biggest gain. Snohomish County is now the fifth-most-diverse in the state.