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Arianna Marshall, 17, had just taken her first lesson on Oct. 11 when she witnessed a plane crash.
Sharen Heath’s First Street home is an artsy haven for birds — and a year-round head-turner.
A 55-year-old woman was coming home from work when a man approached her and demanded her purse.
A Stanwood woman’s DNA cracked the case. She died at 101, before learning what became of Horace Prescott.
At a regular meeting, members will have a chance to decide on a development agreement.
Aaron Steich, a Cedar Park Christian senior, has done mission work for years at impoverished orphanages.
Two levies on February’s ballot would help pay for salaries, special education, security and more.
Heaviest traffic in the region is expected Wednesday between 4 and 6 p.m.
They financed Mari J’s Highway Pot Shop. They entered a diversion program to avoid a harsh sentence.
The National Weather Service forecast lowering temperatures and snow levels Thanksgiving Day week.
Hundreds gathered Saturday to tour the center, built to serve a more diverse group of people than before.
The annual event is meant to draw attention to thousands of foster kids awaiting forever families.
A prosecutor called Jerry Wood’s actions to silence a victim “offensive to the core of our system.”
Peyton Tune will take over for Scott Washburn, who’s retiring after 40 years with the YMCA.
The renowned anti-tax crusader declared his candidacy but hasn’t said if he’ll run as a Republican.
Two girls claimed the DSHS failed to protect them from sexual assault.
From sawmill to 1960s suburbia