The Washington State Auditor’s Office this month published a 73-page report looking into four local governments across the state.
Jeffrey Carlton has had a lifelong interest in explosives. He pleaded guilty to unlawfully owning them.
The Everett library will host a talk with Edward Humes on “The Forever Witness,” about a double murder and pioneering DNA evidence.
On Friday, police responded to reports of gunfire. They found a man trapped in a rolled vehicle, with an apparent gunshot wound.
A prankster, or pranksters, lugged the electrified rides to an area not meant for the public on the Grand Avenue Park Bridge.
Lloyd Richmond was charged in the 2021 killing of Justin Allan, 49. A jury found him guilty Tuesday.
It’s the latest chapter in an ongoing conversation about nurses’ concerns around exhaustion and short staffing at the Everett hospital.
Teens learn water safety and leadership skills during the course. The training chips away at a history of racial disparities.
Everett mixologist Nigel Lindsey works to hold cocktails to a higher standard.
Several people marked World Day of Remembrance for Traffic Victims at one of the most dangerous roads in the county.
Jeremy DeBardi’s solo act — as singer, guitarist, drummer — went viral after 15 years in Everett’s local music scene.
Angel Resource Connection gave away 160 Shelterbags, an all-in-one sleeping bag and shelter, on Wednesday.
Project is scheduled for next summer, and includes removal of center turn lane.
Six years ago, Marie Riley heard about a law firm seeking aerospace workers whose children suffered birth defects — like her.
It took six years to get a Patches Pal plate through the Legislature. It honors the state’s beloved clown, who lived in Edmonds.
Four other counties got funding to house people living along state-owned rights of way. Snohomish County didn’t apply.
In 1980, a doctor wrote factory chemicals would cause “life-long chronic illness, cancer and death.” Lawsuits claim his worst fears came true.
Parents believe toxins in company factories caused serious birth defects in their kids.
These shoe-fitting experts in Edmonds and Renton really know their stuff
Last year, Alejandro Barajas got over nine years for the killing of Paulo Rubio, 56.