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Man identified in fatal shooting at Everett apartment complex
Joseph Haderlie, of Oregon, was shot Saturday in a parking lot of an apartment building in the 700 block of W. Casino Road. He was 27.
Witnesses recount day of Everett shooting that killed 2, wounded 2
Two friends recalled the gunfire at a Lexington Avenue home in June 2022, in the double murder trial of Shayne Baker.
Marysville presses forward with new drug possession ordinance
In response to state legislators not filling a void created by a Supreme Court ruling, local cities have taken action.
There’s still time to see Skagit tulips, and maybe with less traffic
April’s late start for blooms extended the viewing spectacle into May.
‘Zero Emissions’: New breed of plane gets spotlight at Paine Field
A former Alaska Airlines turboprop Dash 8 will be retrofitted with hydrogen-electric propulsion. The prototype-to-be was unveiled Monday.
In visit, DelBene warns GOP bill could slash food assistance
“How are people supposed to get by with even less resources?” asked Northwest Harvest’s public policy and advocacy director.
‘Italian Stallion,’ of Snohomish, pleads guilty in murder-for-hire case
Michael John Scott, previously convicted of dealing drugs, admitted he tried to hire a hitman to kill a witness in a drug case.
Democratic Washington Gov. Jay Inslee wont seek 4th term
“I’m ready to pass the torch,” Inslee said.
New food storage rules in National Forest aim to save bear lives
Black bears in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest have been breaking into trash cans and tents — prompting a need for human behavior to change.
‘Tigerspeed’: Granite Falls Eco-Car team fueled for success
A storied high school club finished fifth at a national competition, where it’s a race for efficiency, not speed.
Granite Falls man charged with driving high in fatal Thanksgiving crash
Ryan Kynaston, 36, reportedly caused the crash when he crossed a double line in Lake Stevens, killing one man and injuring his brother.
Gun sale spurs protest outside Everett’s Angel of the Winds Arena
Citing the nation’s plague of mass shootings, protesters point to gun sales as a major culprit. The sale’s organizer says their process ensures sales to qualified people only.
Lake Stevens, Marysville seek Bayview Trail design input
The cities are working on plans for the paved trail that would generally follow high-tension power lines west of Highway 9.
Man shot to death in Everett apartment complex parking lot
The deceased was a man in his 30s. Police identified a suspect and were searching for that person.
Sauk-Suiattle disenrollment saga threatens dozens in 314-member tribe
For the third time in 20 years, an entire family’s tribal status is being questioned. But those close to the case say it’s not really about lineage.
Monroe fifth graders dig into Arbor Day, the Tree City USA way
Two fifth grade classes from Fryelands Elementary helped plant a tree at Lake Tye.
State budget includes $21 million for ‘safety net’ abortion providers
Money will be used to cover the costs of care, hire more workers and increase security.
After outcry, Hope Church won’t be turned into Everett homeless shelter
The church “feels it’s within our best interests to pursue other buyers.” The city and county are taking a different route now.
Four ways to enjoy the warm weather in Snohomish County this weekend
Snohomish county is heating up Saturday, so soak up the sun before it’s too late.
‘We forgive you’: Man sentenced for deadly drugged driving in Everett
Matias Trefault must serve roughly 6 years for crashing into Reynold Joel’s car on Evergreen Way. Joel’s widow did not want a longer term.