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Last year’s traffic enforcement and infraction data reveals we’re safer, but with room to improve.
Unlike Boeing, makers of components and parts cannot easily absorb the cost of an assembly shutdown.
We may panic, but utility workers thrive on the challenge of getting the power back on.
Aaron Canwell of the band Micah and Me will teach two free ukulele classes Jan. 25 at the Everett Public Library.
Subfreezing temperatures will continue Monday and Tuesday, and more snow might be on the way.
They allegedly shot a man twice because he wore a red sweater, the color of their rival gang.
Union representatives announced the tentative agreement Wednesday, amid marathon contract talks.
Sophy Math was a fixture in Seattle’s volleyball scene — always laughing and welcoming to newcomers.
SEIU Healthcare 1199NW will continue talks with Swedish, Providence, a week after postponing strike.
A Granite Falls man, 20, was suspected of fleeing to Everett in a stolen SUV. Deputies caught him.
By the time airport authorities set out to investigate the errant coyote, it had taken off.
One westbound lane is scheduled to close to replace a safety barrier from Highway 204 to I-5.
District’s new program aimed at children, age 5 by Aug. 31, who aren’t now enrolled in early learning.
There and elsewhere, big projects are under way or completed, fueling even more growth in the region.
He’s suspected of ramming a patrol car before leading police on a high-speed, wrong-way pursuit.
The city already has seven electric buses in operation since 2018 that have logged 121,000 miles.
Snohomish High School alum and regional theater favorite Billie Wildrick directs the show in Everett.
The new cafe on Broadway is an arm of Housing Hope, a nonprofit working to break the cycle of poverty.
He was last seen swimming about 80 yards from shore after his inflatable boat capsized.