Planning started on new home for Lake Stevens police

The goal is to start construction early next year on a 18,000-square-foot police station.

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Wobble, a 27-year-old bison whose home was a pasture between Ebey Slough and Sunnyside Boulevard, died of natural causes on May 29. Born prematurely, he lived his whole life on Paul and Ruth Brandal’s 70-acre property. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Lone bison died where he lived, a Sunnyside Blvd. pasture

He was a landmark. Wobble grew from 26-pound preemie into 1,800-pound beast where a herd once roamed.

Van, palm print, DNA come to the fore in double-murder trial

A defense attorney challenged a key piece of evidence — a palm print — in the trial of William Talbott II.

The dining room. (Maria Matson / Whidbey News-Times)
Wanted: Perfect home for tiny dollhouse masterpiece

The 3-story mansion has detailed, lifelike rooms crafted by an artist with an obsession for details.

Everett police looking for masked man who robbed bank

He entered the KeyBank on 19th Avenue SE, demanded money and ran away.

Highway closed at Maltby Road after robbery suspects crash

Minor injuries were reported. The suspects’ car was believed to have been stolen.

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Missing for 8 months, Everett man found dead in Cascades

Gavin Johnston’s family says he likely was having a mental health crisis before he disappeared.

New Sound Transit railcars will eventually serve Lynnwood

They will be phased in between now and 2024 as Link service greatly expands north, east and south.

One-way ferry fares for vehicles could increase by about $1

It’ll help pay for a new hybrid-electric ferry and converting 2 vessels to run on electricity and fuel.

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