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Everett faces a $13 million budget deficit. No reduction of police officers or firefighters is planned.
A man, 18, was taken to the hospital after being hit in the abdomen. He is not cooperating with deputies.
He was the suspected getaway driver and surrendered after a standoff. The alleged shooter is at large.
Burkett’s second-generation owner thought she’d stick with a career at Nordstrom. Then life changed.
His grandfather, 94, was hospitalized for a mental health evaluation, police said.
An arrest warrant has been issued for the man, who is facing trial for reckless endangerment.
A proposal would honor the longtime Snohomish County treasurer and his late father for their long history of service.
“The biggest challenge women farmers face is being taken seriously,” says Linda Neunzig.
Jeannie Beckett is a successful writer of grant applications, and one of her secret weapons is CAP LOCK.
Bases in Snohomish and Island counties will practice what to do in an emergency, beginning Wednesday.
The death of his grandson is under investigation. The older man is undergoing a mental-health check.
Fatima Al-Mayyahi, who works as a Boeing 777X mechanic, is studying to become an engineer.
The event is free and will be held at the Historic Everett Theatre on Oct. 25.
Everett police said they have not confirmed their relationship.
Theaters in Edmonds and Everett give their applause to Justin Tinsley, who’s hoping to beat cancer.
A follow-up survey is open now to see how the public would divvy up dollars for education.
A hand tally of ballots confirmed Brian Luke’s runner-up finish in the August congressional primary.
China’s decision to stop accepting some material is causing a shift in the U.S. waste industry.
Progress slowed on the Everett YMCA construction site, plus some school upgrades and road work.
The first rule of living small is getting rid of everything except the essentials.