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The Herald’s first news development director says her dad’s advice about material things is a transferable lesson.
Detectives believe the dad was mistaken as an intruder. The injuries are not life threatening.
Plum Tree Plaza — a cultural hub for Asian Americans — burned in a three-alarm fire early Sept. 11.
Mary Johnson, then 39, was supposed to get a ride from Fire Trail Road to a house near Oso on Nov. 25.
Amazon, NorthPoint are coming but the state will not begin widening Highway 531 until 2023.
Officials are investigating the death, which they called a homicide.
DevCo, Inc. is building six-story apartments “for the workforce” on Evergreen Way, near Boeing Freeway.
Jeremy Fuerst died while climbing in Colorado. Friends described him as “one-of-a-kind.”
The city replaced a broken culvert earlier this year to address flooding. The work isn’t done.
The outdoor burn ban will be lifted in unincorporated Snohomish County. And campfires are back.
Erik Denton and his family will collect toys Saturday in honor of the kids: Joanna, Terry and Sierra.
The woman was found dead alongside U.S. 2 on Sept. 7. The case is being investigated as a homicide.
Chris Sembroski and three others will soar 100 miles higher than the International Space Station.
Police are working to reroute the drop-off and pick-up lines at Hillcrest Elementary School.
The Everett City Council agreed to transfer ownership of the Colby Avenue home on Wednesday night.
Lucas was the first Black judge elected to Snohomish County Superior Court.
Rebecca Haskins had last been seen the morning of Sept. 4. Police reported her found Wednesday.
Lane reductions and closures are part of the work to improve the intersection at Highways 9 and 204.
On Sunday, the department responded to 20 reports at Sportsman Park and trailheads near Gold Bar.
Chris Sembroski is one of four aboard the SpaceX Inspiration4 orbital mission, scheduled for launch Wednesday.