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A Mukilteo resident reportedly intended to die by suicide in a school parking lot. They were found and referred to care.
Brandi Smith’s map lists nearly 500 — and counting — addresses for trick-or-treating and spooky decorations.
After 10 years with the Arlington brewery, Hollis Wood will work for Ever Grain Brewing in Pennsylvania.
WSDOT announced the closures were due to ongoing maintenance, staffing and vandalism problems.
The 13-year-old told a Granite Falls Middle School student she was going to die.
Closed since June for paint and preservation work, two of the three lanes were to be reopened this week.
Stephen Clark Brown, 64, pleaded guilty. His sentence is 18 days in jail and a year of probation.
A jury found Atomwaffen Division hate group leader Kaleb Cole guilty of five felony charges.
Evan Wiederspohn of Arlington won a competition and $250 for his bacon-cheese-burnt ends bites.
In the past few years, police have responded hundreds of times to the Smokey Point Motor Inn.
Nicholi Melum had been yelling at his son, Garner, when he was killed.
If all goes well, Eviation’s battery-powered airplane will make its debut test flight later this year.
Amazon, NorthPoint are coming but the state will not begin widening Highway 531 until 2023.
The Aviation Manufacturing Jobs Protection grants could save 2,280 Washington jobs for up to six months.
Nicholi Melum, 63, had an argument with his son, Garner, last week and was shot.
A new state law has nudged some to quickly get the cameras, which they hope will increase transparency.
The remembrance here includes 2,977 American flags and a World Trade Center artifact.
Jose Casablanca had enough fentanyl to make over a million pills, an undercover investigation found.
After a pandemic respite working at home, they dread resuming a one-way commute of 90 minutes or more.
Work to replace a culvert will require a detour to I-5 starting Monday until the following Saturday morning.