The victim, in his 30s, was on life support as of Saturday morning. The suspect served prison time for burglaries.
Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue is allowing them to return, but they must be tested daily.
“Desiccation” is a sign of climate change’s impact on forests. Damage was observed in the Cascade foothills of Snohomish County.
A man, 31, was wanted on a felony warrant and reportedly barricaded himself inside.
Evergreen and Everett Mall ways are among the most dangerous roads in the county. Lower speed limits could save lives.
The Tomorrow’s Hope program is a chance “to see the amount of work that goes into getting a salad,” says a trainer.
A Whidbey gardening educator shares tips on how to grow your own in the Puget Sound climate.
I-1929 sponsors are silent on when, or if, they will gather signatures. Opponents are gearing up for a ballot battle.
Locals came to check out the high-tech store, with $3 avocado toast and cameras watching customers’ every move.
The two relatives, ages 14 and 2, were hit while crossing a street Friday afternoon. The driver will be cited for negligent driving.
Joel Bervell, who highlights disparities in medicine, took top honors at an event for 12 rising stars in Snohomish County.
Investigators say William Houseworth, 42, had a knife when police confronted him April 22.
Under the ordinance, backed by two council members, unhoused people who don’t accept services could be fined — or arrested.
The Everett City Council approved a 12-month contract with Bird, a California company, to deploy 75 to 300 e-scooters.
Rebecca Miner will step in when Gustavo Balderas leaves this summer for new job in Oregon.
Meanwhile, the plane maker said massive financial losses are related to defense projects and the war in Ukraine.
The highly marbled steaks melt like butter and are rich in flavor. And now the masses can enjoy them.
Meanwhile, skyrocketing rent and real estate prices have made it impossible for many residents to afford a home here.
Granite Falls and Sultan were passing their levies. And in Mill Creek, voters approved joining South County Fire.
A social media post prompted a police response. Officers found no sign of immediate danger.