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Officials are testing for acute flaccid myelitis, a rare condition affecting the nervous system.
Police arrested a woman and an alleged accomplice after seizing stolen documents and computer hardware.
Patti Soper-Roodzant, who died in a crash last month, was a tireless bright light at a Safeway in Everett.
The airport reopened to jet traffic Monday after a week-long closure to repair an earlier repair.
The fire was in a difficult-to-access location, but firefighters, with police help, got it under control.
Previously known as Washington Home of Your Own, it provides low-income housing and other services.
Josh Heath, 18, gravitated toward cooking when he started classes at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center.
In Snohomish County, 2017-18 “truly was an awful year,” a doctor says, with 40 people dying.
Tammy Gurwell of Everett urges people to be wary around strangers’ dogs. She was attacked in August.
Young poets find an outlet for their thoughts and feelings at local cafes and bookstores.
The state Healthy Youth Survey, given every other year, is scheduled for this month. It is optional.
Blogger Richard Porter looks to the past, finds stories of characters who exemplify city’s grit.
A Snohomish man recently captured video of two wolverines near Glacier Peak.
Julie Knechtel, 54, was killed while defending her son during a home-invasion robbery last December.
An alert was sent out about the suspect on Thursday — 9 days after the alleged incident happened.
Leaders talked about traffic, a water park, the port, Boeing, Paine Field and more.
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
“I was just photographing a person named Ted,” says the Pulitzer Prize-winner, who lives in Everett.
The tribes had sued to end the collection of sales tax in the Quil Ceda Village shopping area.