Monday, September 25, 2023
There were no other injuries or fatalities reported, a city spokesperson said.
The owner of the Malicious Women Co. doesn’t expect to receive any money from the Malicious Mermaid, a Florida-based copycat.
Sidney Montooth boarded her horse Blaze. When he died, she was “a wreck” — and at a loss as to what to do with his remains.
Danielle Cruz, formerly of Lynnwood, gets 17½ years in prison. She was impaired by drugs when she caused the crash that killed Sharon Gamble and Kenneth Weikle.
The parent company says the name change will not affect quality of care for patients in Snohomish County.
Jail staff reportedly committed 16 safety check violations before they found Tirhas Tesfatsion, 47, unresponsive in her cell.
The National Weather Service says up to 1½ inches are possible through Wednesday.
The city is having a naming contest for its new sod-slaying, hedge-hogging, forest-clumping, Mr-mow-it-all.
The system-wide boat swap stems from the vessel Walla Walla out of service for four weeks for repairs.
A man, 41, died at the scene in the 15300 block of 84th Street NE. No arrests have been made.
About 100 people are stuck in Everett hospital beds without an urgent medical reason. New laws aim for a solution.
The Housing Authority of Snohomish County doesn’t have specific plans for land near 80th Avenue West, if its offer is accepted.
On highways in the central Puget Sound region, delays were up 35%, according to new data from the state Department of Transportation.
Investigators are concerned the pastel-colored pills may end up in the hands of children.
Starting Sunday evening, 1 to 1½ inches of rain is expected in western Washington. It marks the end of fire season, meteorologists said.
Washington State Patrol lists speed as the cause. No other people or vehicles were involved.