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Troopers willing to leave over the governor’s vaccine mandate could be coming to a department near you.
A driver allegedly crossed the median and crashed head-on into a minivan on Highway 99.
Health officials recommend those 6 months and older get a flu vaccine to avoid a double whammy.
Danny Vernon said Presley helped him discover singing. Now he performs his songs on stage.
In a three-year pact, the union and district focused on increasing pay for beginning teachers.
A plan to create a “wine walk” at the port would add tasting rooms offering wine, beer and spirits.
Herald columnist has been an inspiring role, but it’s time to begin a new chapter in retirement.
The 49-year-old victim has not been heard from since Aug. 28. Detectives believe he is dead.
The incident involved a light sport biplane.
District Court Judge Steven Clough, 74, is the longest-serving elected official in Snohomish County.
Economic recovery projects may lose money in the next round of American Rescue Plan Act spending.
The closure includes clams, oysters, mussels, scallops and other species, due to a bio-toxin.
As people gather over the holiday weekend, officials warn the health care system is in critical condition.
Firefighters responded around 9 a.m. Friday to find plumes of smoke. No one was injured.
Adults helped organize the first Youth Advocacy Committee. The students will take it from there.
The cameras are expected to cost the county about $1 million annually. Public disclosure will be a major expense.
The pilot village managed by the Everett Gospel Mission has room for more, but other locations are possible.
The closures begin Friday. City staff will continue to offer services by email, phone and online.
Quick tips for coping on highways and ferries.
The Tulalips expect to have their sports book operational sometime after Nov. 1.