Tuesday, September 26, 2023
It offers some brief respite, but the journey through civilization’s waterways is still difficult.
The casino near Arlington is the first in the county, and one of three in the state, where adults can legally bet on sports.
The program offers free laundry while building relationships with those in need.
Michael Vasquez, 24, of Las Vegas, fell about 140 feet while working Saturday afternoon.
The man, in his 30s, fell about just after 1:30 p.m. Saturday while working.
When Bradley Woolard’s home was raided in 2018, authorities found more than 12,000 fentanyl pills.
If they even show up, prospective employees are calling the shots. First question: What’s the pay?
A bomb squad spent two days detonating explosive material. Detectives also discovered an underground bunker full of guns.
Federal Aviation Manufacturing Jobs Protection Program grants were awarded to six Snohomish County employers.
Maria Gutierrez is suing for $5 million over a 2019 traffic stop. She claims officers pulled her arm, tearing her rotator cuff.
A newly adopted acknowledgement is intended to show respect to native ancestors and their descendants.
People gathered along Olympic Avenue in Arlington to celebrate veterans.
The city is hosting an online open house through Nov. 30 on the arterial route, in light of upcoming growth.
A 42-year-old man was arrested for investigation of assault and illegal possession of a firearm.
The Country Rose store’s owners give credit to the downtown association for drumming up business.
Richard John Burke drove to New Mexico with his three young boys, citing fears about masks and vaccines.
Noah Jones, of Arlington, was described as loyal, compassionate and an athlete. He died last December at 24.
MagniX of Everett is one of two companies tapped to advance electric propulsion systems to power aircraft.
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.