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Two people suffered injuries in the nighttime crash. A 19-year-old was arrested for investigation of DUI.
They were taken to a hospital in Mount Vernon with serious but non life-threatening injuries.
Decades later, detectives finally have his DNA. He may be tribal. But we still don’t know his real name.
Republican senators rebuffed an attempt by Democrats to put a supermajority rule up for a statewide vote.
An Arlington woman’s Facebook site helped ID the century-old image of Yakamas and Tulalips.
One man had $12,561 charged to his accounts, including the purchase of a 2019 Kawasaki motorcycle.
There’s a lot beyond that worn-out stretch of I-5. We compiled this list of essential routes.
A new program will allow residents and renters to buy into solar energy for as little as $120.
The money raised goes to young people who compete in 4-H at the fair. Doors open at 5 p.m. Saturday.
The uniform coats still bear the same familiar AHS blue and gold, only now the colors are no-fade.
For a fee, it can now be brought to the hazardous waste facility in Everett.
It’s home to an unusual and strategically important U.S. Navy radio antenna.
There’s a new plan for that junk of a junction where highways 9 and 204 meet in Lake Stevens.
Favian Villanueva competes in cross country and track, is ASB vice president and a physics tutor.
Lawyers for Nina Semone Robinson say she was shot five times in the back, shoulder and buttocks. An earlier claim sought $25 million.
The city reported fewer theft, burglary, shoplifting and malicious mischief cases in the past three years.
Arlington Valley Road opens Feb. 22. It’s meant to reduce traffic and increase business access.
With only 52.6 percent voting yes, a third attempt to pay for construction and security has failed.
Making up all the missed days without extending the school year too long is going to be a challenge.