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Funko’s incarnation of Baby Yoda will float by in this year’s Thanksgiving Day event.
A new state law has nudged some to quickly get the cameras, which they hope will increase transparency.
Flames, smoke and water damaged “pretty much every business” in an L-shaped plaza Saturday morning.
A fight over COVID-19 vaccinations ended with minor injuries, hurt feelings and one man in jail.
Water transmission lines are being raised as part of the 91st Ave SE extension near the future Costco.
The remembrance here includes 2,977 American flags and a World Trade Center artifact.
The Fisherman’s Village Music Festival is underway with about 50 bands and artists performing at six venues.
The case is being investigated as a suspicious death. The cause of death has not been confirmed.
Talks continue with other unions amid concern there might be a worker exodus ahead of the Oct. 18 deadline.
Police say the suspect, now 48, got in an argument with the victim that resulted in the stabbing.
Housing Hope’s Twin Lakes Landing will house low-income and formerly homeless families.
Aviation-related federal revenue is covering the cost. The Snohomish airport has been family-owned since 1944.
Jose Casablanca had enough fentanyl to make over a million pills, an undercover investigation found.
The governor’s mask order, which takes effect Monday, comes as COVID-19 infections rise and hospital ICUs fill up.
After a pandemic respite working at home, they dread resuming a one-way commute of 90 minutes or more.
The city has until Sept. 15 to undo site preparation for a pedestrian bridge over Stevens Creek.
Work to replace a culvert will require a detour to I-5 starting Monday until the following Saturday morning.
Jesse Paietta was on a family camping trip on Sunday.
Molly Lally, 34, was driving near Lynnwood when another car collided with hers.
The jail portion of the Community Justice Center would have 84 beds, down from 110 in the original proposal.