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Brett Atwood will moderate a panel on the legitimacy, complexity and realness of virtual reality.
David “Pete” Vier could go to prison for life if convicted of the charges, which were filed in Wyoming.
He was trying to get into the driver’s side when the woman behind the wheel drove off.
Officials said the old system was secure, but had become harder to repair and update.
Classes with teacher’s connection to the latest school shooting find even more relevance in story.
About 40 people gathered for a cleanup Saturday, finding needles and even a handgun.
Several checks were presented at the January and February meetings of Providence General Children’s Association. Guild 15 presented a check for $4,000 representing proceeds from… Continue reading
He was in the roadway between 75th Street SE and Beverly Boulevard when he was hit, police said.
The Boys & Girls Club provides a growing on-site, after-school program in south Everett.
The WSU Extention program is meant to help gardeners with their plant and pest problems.
After treatment, he seems to be able to understand the proceedings, but still is living with psychosis.
Courthouse courier’s stolen bicycle is recovered with the help of a marshal.
Lynnwood and Everett are seeing a spurt of growth after changing city codes to allow for this development.
The annual event to inspire young engineers and scientists adds “Arts” to the STEM equation.
Hussein Ali, 28, a refugee himself, failed to show up for a court appearance on Thursday.
He had led a crime-free life but lost his job, and he said he needed money for cancer medication.
The state Department of Corrections’ Everett office has felony warrants for the following offenders. If you have information about them, call police or… Continue reading
Starbucks barista-turned-coffee shop owner Tabitha “Tabby” Tarter is big on customer service.