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Local environmental groups are forming, growing and attracting new members, young and old.
The boat was protected in Saturday’s strike by a “Faraday cage” invented by a scientist in 1836.
Programs in Edmonds, Everett and Snohomish have helped restaurants cling to life during the pandemic.
No one was injured on the boat, but the lightning affected the navigation system.
Authorities believe it was a pop bottle bomb, a crude device made from common household items.
Federal agents reported finding 17 pistols, 24 rifles and 10 silencers when searching the man’s home.
Thanh Vy Ly, 20, worked at the Boo Han Market, where three people were shot Tuesday.
The suspect allegedly admitted to family that he shot his wife and her two friends. One later died.
One woman was shot in the face. Police believe all four people knew each other.
The district has opted for a less formal relationship that doesn’t station officers at every high school.
With funding tied to getting students to school, districts are uncertain how much money they’ll receive.
Defendant Terrence Miller’s lawyers asked to delay the murder trial beyond October. A judge denied the motion.
Sheriff’s deputies initially responded to reports of a vehicle theft and hit-and-runs in Lynnwood.
Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds is celebrating its fifth anniversary with several new exhibitions.
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner said Timmy Givan died of blunt force injuries.
He’s accused of tossing Molotov cocktails at two police vehicles during a May demonstration.
It was the second time Monday that Washington state ferry crews responded to an emergency.
Some of these are works in progress. Others are already boosting commerce during the pandemic.
The developer pushing for 112 homes near Picnic Point needs another loan to deliver finished lots.
Teachers want more prep time than the district is offering. A mediator will try to resolve the dispute.