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A Sound Transit contractor hit a water main causing water to pour into an on-ramp and the interstate.
Trudy Kempton Dana is the author of “The Kemptons: Adventures of a Montana Ranch Family, 1880-1964.”
The group of 15 residents from across the town has until January 2021 to form its recommendation.
The new joint in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood will have a familiar name: Niles Peacock Kitchen and Bar.
A lying doctor causes a lot of trouble for himself in the French farce, staging Sept. 27 to Oct. 20.
He was at a construction site on 84th Avenue West. His injuries were not life-threatening.
The crime canceled a Friday night game. Similar thefts hit Everett in 2015 and Shoreline last month.
Alvin Rutledge, who’s run for office unsuccessfully 12 times, would have to return to take office.
Jenna Jensen has found a creative outlet in theater set design and wants to pursue it as a career.
Detectives post video of police station surveillance camera theft, tell suspect ‘Let’s chat.’
Changes include more frequent Swift Blue Line Saturday service with buses arriving every 15 minutes.
The package, which may be on February ballots, would build two new schools and replace three others.
The pay bumps would take effect as the city prepares to vote for a new mayor and council members.
Bird expert Tim Boyer’s keynote address is on “Understanding Shorebirds: The Miracle of Migration.”
A Shoreline man allegedly rammed another vessel, hurting two people, and didn’t stop to help.
The local YWCA held its first training workshop last month in Edmonds.
The City Council decided to press pause on a $100,000 parking study, with no new timeframe in sight.
He sped away from police. He crashed into another car at a QFC, killing the other driver.
A statement, written by the Tulalip Tribes, will be read after the flag salute at each meeting.
Avoiding traffic congestion can be a guessing game, but here’s what state agencies are predicting.