Jeremy Staeheli pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in Brandt Stewart’s death in 2019 on a forest road.
The sheriff’s office reported “this does not appear to be a random attack.” The wounded men were expected to recover.
The 1971 Balcom and Vaughan instrument has been with Trinity Episcopal since 2010. It needs $150,000 to be fully restored.
The man was on the shoulder Sunday evening near a disabled vehicle south of Everett. Investigators suspect DUI.
Heat plus spark times wind times fuel equaled a 9,440-acre wildfire. Record heat made the Cascades ripe for a fire like Bolt Creek.
The race track running for 24 years needs a buyer and new site. The deal includes 32 karts, Corvette couches and more.
The interim CEO will continue as president for the electric aircraft maker; Eviation just inked a deal for 50 new planes.
Collision data showed drivers weren’t yielding to oncoming traffic, so the state changed the highway intersection signal.
A fourth-generation fishing family from Snohomish shares the perils, triumphs and realities of catching their livelihood.
Baring and Grotto residents can return home, but all are asked to stay vigilant and be cautious as new hazards emerge.
A man was shot and killed in the 3200 block of Wetmore Avenue.
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Marysville’s population is about 72,000, making it the second-biggest city in Snohomish County.
Returning residents must come from the west. “We’re not letting anyone through that (Money Creek) tunnel area,” authorities said.
The wounded man suffered multiple gunshots. He was in critical condition.
Red dye was released from the Oak Harbor wastewater treatment plant on Monday for a study on shellfish safety.
Trees and boulders could come down on steep hillsides scarred by fire. Rain could increase threats by loosening soils.
Carin Chase, Strom Peterson and Colin McMahon are the Democratic Party nominees. Chase is top choice of precinct officers.
Transfer stations, drop boxes to close the next two Sundays. Also, yard debris won’t be accepted starting Sept. 21.
Council president: Expected amount “not nearly” enough to recover from devastation. “But it’s something.”