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One person was killed and a suspect was at large, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office said.
The Sound Transit panel will advise on the extension’s alignment, station locations and more.
Despite criticism, the proposal for a new jail, police department and mental health wing passed the council 6-1.
A new state law has nudged some to quickly get the cameras, which they hope will increase transparency.
Jose Casablanca had enough fentanyl to make over a million pills, an undercover investigation found.
After a pandemic respite working at home, they dread resuming a one-way commute of 90 minutes or more.
Molly Lally, 34, was driving near Lynnwood when another car collided with hers.
The jail portion of the Community Justice Center would have 84 beds, down from 110 in the original proposal.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information about the collision on 164th Street.
A driver allegedly crossed the median and crashed head-on into a minivan on Highway 99.
“Siege: An American Painter” at the Lynnwood Convention Center gallery documents the artistic development of Christopher “Siege” James.
The man, 58, died at the scene on 28th Avenue W late Tuesday.
In a first, PAWS Wildlife Center in Lynnwood is caring for three severely burned young black bears.
New bus routes, toll lanes and highway upgrades: Here are the region’s top pending transportation projects.
Paul Novack, 63, took “very little responsibility” managing his finances, according to the state bar association.
An initiative challenges elected officials to a week without driving in Snohomish County and elsewhere.
Money was meant to help renters at the low-income apartments. Some still haven’t gotten it.
The woman was walking along Highway 99. The driver stayed at the scene and was not arrested.
The overnight closure is set for Friday evening until Saturday morning, detouring to Highway 104.
Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers called the effort to help them a “moral obligation.”