Edmonds

Point Wells developer argues for more time to refine plans

County planners have asked hearing examiner Peter Camp to deny the builder, saying time’s expired.

Bigfoot is tamed in Edmonds carbon footprint challenge

Taming Bigfoot Edmonds, a friendly community competition to reduce the city’s collective carbon footprint, wrapped up with an awards celebration on April 23. About 80… Continue reading

Students bake up good carbs for a good deed for food banks

Elementary and high school students in the Edmonds School District teamed up with the King Arthur Flour Company to learn about and bake yeast bread… Continue reading

Raging at Hispanics, drunken woman screams and spits

She was arrested in Edmonds after an altercation at a fast-food restaurant.

No one hurt after house fire in Edmonds

One woman was home but safely escaped.

Teen suspected of waving real-looking gun at Edmonds school

One student reportedly told police that “the gun looked very real and he was scared for his life.”

Student reportedly brought gun to Edmonds Woodway campus

It wasn’t immediately clear if the weapon was real or not, the Edmonds School District said.

The UFOiTeam meets weekly for out-of-this-world conversation

These “abductees,” “experiencers” and “contactees” are otherwise unremarkable humans dining at Denny’s. (Video)

After ruling, police are cautious about towing vehicle-homes

A judge ruled that a man’s rights were violated when Seattle impounded the truck in which he lived.

He lived ‘between the worlds of what’s true and what’s not’

Alex Dold died during a fight with six police officers. It was the end of a much longer struggle.

State plans to convert biggest ferries to electric power

The hybrid ferries would mostly run on electricity and use diesel engines for backup.

Snohomish Farmers Market kicks off the season of local food

Take your shopping outside now with more than a dozen options opening for the summer.

Edmonds boots monthly parking spots used by Kitsap commuters

The city is maximizing existing space without adding a garage or lot in the bustling downtown.

With commuter lots clogged, Sound Transit plans parking fees

The agency is proposing a permit system to reserve spaces at park-and-ride locations.

You won’t want to miss Driftwood’s ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’

The Edmonds troupe has a blast with the musical based on the 1980s Michael Caine-Steve Martin movie.

Mermaid’s sculptor is still at work — in the California desert

Kay Henkel left Edmonds nearly 40 years ago. She is still creating art — in Palm Springs.