Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue is allowing them to return, but they must be tested daily.
A social media post prompted a police response. Officers found no sign of immediate danger.
The city is taking residents to court over easements totaling over 21,000 square feet in two neighborhoods.
Built in late 2020 and early 2021, the divider stops drivers from using the eastbound lane’s shoulder.
Brent Marty, who worked for two Snohomish County fire districts, was sentenced to over three years in prison.
Sam Low, who is also a County Council member, has racked up early money and endorsements in a bid to oust Rep. Robert Sutherland.
A Lake Stevens interior designer has shared in a nationwide rush to freshen our homes.
Brian and Marnie Anderson “were instrumental in the progression of this fire department” east of Lake Stevens.
After drug possession was downgraded to a misdemeanor, it will aim to get people more help and less punishment.
The Everett City Council approved a $2 million contract to find alternative designs for the highly trafficked spot.
Facebook’s “View From My Window” launched early in the pandemic continues to connect people worldwide.
Shawn Dirksen traded the cigar industry for driving a big rig with his pit bull, Bonnie. They keep three eyes on the road.
Police found the girl’s social-media post about raccoon hunting was not a thinly veiled threat, but it was in “poor taste.”
The road between Arlington and Lake Stevens has cracks and potholes. An emergency repairs contract is in the works.
The city attorney said condemnation is a “necessary step.” Only nine of 57 property owners signed easement agreements.
While incarcerated in Monroe for 10 years, Gabriel Herrera used a ballpoint pen to stick out.
Since opening last year, Meatheads Smokehouse and Beer Works has won plaudits for its brews and slow-roasted meats alike.
A once-redacted report shows Eric Durpos admitted to violating policy. He also accused an employee of a false police report.
Some Snohomish County parents have objected to supportive groups for LGBTQ youth. For the kids, the clubs can be lifesavers.
Doug Warren of Lake Stevens turned his daughter’s bedtime story into a published book.