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More than 220 million opioid pills flooded in between 2006 and 2012.
A Lake Stevens mom and daughter opened a puff-pastry business and hit the road. So far, yum!
Only one northbound lane of the freeway was open to traffic as the flames approached the road.
Crews quickly extinguished the fire near highways 9 and 530, but the building had already collapsed.
The affordable housing complex would be four stories high and be built along Highway 9.
Fireworks can now be discharged from 9 a.m. to midnight on July 4, and from 7 p.m. to midnight on Dec. 31.
Speed may have contributed to the motorcycle hitting a power pole along Pioneer Highway.
The first land-use applications have been submitted. The plan shows units with up to three bedrooms.
A new study predicts demand for airline service in the Puget Sound region will double by 2050.
Their aerial joyrides involve flying somewhere, anywhere, for brunch with their fellow aviators.
It means more transportation funding for a 4,000-acre industrial center in Arlington and Marysville.
River cottages near Darrington offer a peaceful retreat and a lively innkeeper.
All 7,290 units in the Arlington solar array were spoken for within a month of going up for sale.
A Kirkland developer has broken ground to build 247,000 square feet for industry or distribution.
Carrie Westvang was a match for her husband Robb in a March transplant operation.
Newell Corp. of Arlington spent more than a year reviving the locomotive for its return to Alaska.
Scott Peacock has been asked to fill the position. He’s worked for Snohomish schools since 1993.
Each candidate will meet with the district this week. Someone is expected to be chosen by Friday.
A passion for math and computer science is taking the 15-year-old to UW Bothell two years early.
The 46-year-old man was killed after the SUV he was driving crashed into a dump truck.