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She told police she planned to rip out her victim’s heart and eat it — and would continue killing.
A student tried to stop a fight and a boy, 16, responded by threatening the student with a knife.
Michelle McDonald, of Everett, was named Community Transit’s Smart Commuter of the Second Quarter. McDonald works at Premera Blue Cross in Mountlake Terrace. For 24… Continue reading
The swallow-tailed gull, from the Galapagos Islands, has been seen in the U.S. only three times.
In Edmonds, however, standardized test scores rose after an emphasis on teaching data analysis.
Community Transit recently donated 10 vehicles to 12 local community organizations. The vehicles had reached the end of their service life at the agency. Since… Continue reading
In Edmonds, a customer allegedly threatened the clerk. A police chase ended in a crash.
The first step toward building a $30 million project to provide emergency and pedestrian access to the city’s waterfront will soon be under… Continue reading
Steve Shunk’s involvement with serious birding started simply enough. “One of my colleagues who was a birder handed me a pair of binoculars and said,… Continue reading
Smoking on the Edmonds Community College campus ends Monday. The college’s board of trustees earlier this summer approved a change in policy that… Continue reading
Community college faculty from across Washington state and several local high school teachers learned how to build and use 3D printers July 25-26 at Edmonds… Continue reading
Related: 5 storylines to watch in girls swimming and diving When Morgan Broadhead’s shoulders ache, she’s reminded of what she’s put her body through during… Continue reading
I can’t remember who said that Narrative Coffee is “very San Francisco.” I like the description because the downtown shop is hip, upscale… Continue reading
The owners and manager of three Edmonds apartment buildings have agreed to pay $95,000 to settle a federal lawsuit alleging they violated the… Continue reading
The Waste Warriors brought their campaign for recycling and composting to the Everett Food Truck Festival late last month. Volunteers helped people sort… Continue reading
Your help is urgently needed. A mermaid has gone missing. Maybe you have information that can help locate her. What’s up with that? It’s a… Continue reading
The end of two-way center turn lanes. Adding designated spots for making left turns. Wider sidewalks with greenbelts separating walkers from the nearby… Continue reading
Trial has been set for early November for an 89-year-old Edmonds man accused of driving drunk and crashing into a pedestrian. Myron Westmiller… Continue reading