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Aaron Blanchard allegedly was drinking before a head-on collision that killed Brandon Elias, 31.
Often the large demonstrations are led by teens and college students. Some are too young to vote.
But with Trump in power, DACA recipients and their allies say it’s a reprieve, not an end to the debate.
Bob DeFrang, at 93, was the first and only customer at Steve Iblings’ shop a day after closure ended.
Monroe’s Justice March for George Floyd was organized by former Bearcat football player Isaiah Cole.
It’s against the law to deface public property with spray cans, no matter how artful.
The alleged intruder was taken to a hospital. No arrests had been made as of Thursday evening.
The Lake Stevens state senator cited extended duty with Washington National Guard as a factor.
There will be detours this week at 83rd Avenue Northeast and Soper Hill Road.
Snohomish County Fire District 7 has battled three blazes in the past three days.
Everett slashed $2.5 million, including for libraries and parks. Cities are sparing fire and police.
Smile — and wear pants. Virtual meetups can show too-candid moments if you’re not careful.
Experts predict UW alum Jacob Eason will be selected after Thursday’s first round. But who knows?
Anne Anderson and April Berg revved up campaigns this week. Republican Mark James was already in the running.
She is accused of lying to the FBI and has allegedly violated conditions of her pretrial release.
The National Guard officer will command a task force in response to COVID-19 in western Washington.
Firefighters had to remove two people from wreckage Sunday night on Lundeen Parkway.
The company’s permit to fill wetlands is under review. Public comment is open until April 12.
You can hear the country-rock band in a live stream at 7 p.m. Saturday. Donations benefit FareStart.
Students have moved into the newly remodeled school with a view of the Cascade Range.