Sales tax measure would pay for emergency radio replacement

Snohomish County voters are asked to weigh raising the sales tax by 10 cents on a $100 purchase.

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Jury now weighs genetic-genealogy case of 1987 double murder

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An artist’s conception of the Mountlake Terrace station for the Lynnwood light rail extension from Northgate to Lynnwood. (Sound Transit)
Last chance to comment on Mountlake Terrace light rail plans

A public hearing Thursday will review permits and site plan for a portion of the Lynnwood extension.

Girl hit by vehicle, injured near Lynnwood

The girl was struck in the roadway of Larch Way a couple of blocks south of 164th Street SW.

Put down your phone and keep your eyes on the road — or else!

The smashed car is a selfie magnet and a powerful message to the dangers of distracted driving.

With 6 months left, Fire District 1 needs board member

The appointee will also serve on the South County Fire board for another two years.

A truck parked on along 39th Avenue SE near Archbishop Murphy High School. Snohomish County prohibits parking along streets with double yellow lines if other vehicles have to cross over the center line too pass. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)
No parking here: but that isn’t obvious to all

One reader says signs near Archbishop Murphy HS are needed to remind drivers parking is prohibited.

Man killed after being hit by train in Snohomish

The train crew blasted the horn and deployed emergency brake. It’s believed to be a suicide.

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Mayor Jennifer Gregerson (left) listens as Councilwoman Anna Rohrbough discusses a proposed measure for a manager-council form of government during a Mukilteo City Council in May. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
The severance pay saga continues at Mukilteo city hall

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