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The trial of Jose Espinoza Aguilar was delayed earlier, when a key witness didn’t show up for court.
It’s a work in progress. More and bigger cuts are coming next year, Mayor Cassie Franklin warned.
Three young women now have accused Cole Krause of sexual assault while they were in high school.
Sgt. Zeka: “Short of serving food and running the cash register, we do whatever they ask us to do.”
Catch Geoffrey Castle’s Celtic Christmas Celebration Saturday in Everett and Dec. 15 in Bothell.
It’s the group’s first performance under the leadership of a new artistic director and conductor.
A man and woman allegedly escaped police going the wrong direction on I-5, while driving a stolen car.
This Capers + Olives dish is stuffed with delicata squash, hazelnuts and ricotta cheese.
South County Fire is considering five election districts and two at-large positions for its board.
“We all want to do our part to help,” said Keith Ellison, one of 18 local utility workers deployed.
After unpermitted work, distrust has grown over a project neighbors say could bring in hazardous materials.
Sean Wolcott’s Minimal Calendar reached the Apple App Store’s top 5 in the Productivity category.
View the heavens and more inside the Planetarium 360 near Santa at Everett Mall.
The carrier is now booking six flights a day from Paine Field. Alaska announced its schedule earlier.
For now, though, if your car gets the notice that it’s due for a test, you still have to go in.
Turnout was 70.6 percent, the third-highest non-presidential year ever for Snohomish County.
A bobcat and bears are captured in digital form on the Northwest Stream Center nightcam.
Officially, the Lynnwood case is unsolved. Detectives hope to find relatives of Horace Prescott Jr.
Two years after unionizing, Providence Hospice and Home Care employees still are negotiating a contract.
Three meetings give the public a chance to weigh in as district tackles overcrowding.