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The state patrol suspects he was on drugs when he was arrested in Marysville. A toxicology test was pending.
“Northwest Enterprise: Working in the Northwest” and “Northwest Eden: Trees, Plants and Gardens of the Northwest” can be seen through June in Lynnwood.
A police chase ended in a crash, after which, the suspect allegedly said, he smoked more meth.
He was a leader in DUI enforcement and known for his caring and kindness, even to those he arrested.
Artist Gabriella Abbott will discuss “Grateful Steward,” her mural at South Lynnwood Park, in a virtual event April 22.
The Lynnwood location will accommodate bus riders who walk up and private vehicles driving through.
The supersized bobblehead was taken from Everett Comics in an October “smash-and-grab.”
Wings of Rescue, which airlifts companion animals, made a big delivery to Everett for local shelters.
The project list includes expanding the three-mile, two-lane road between Bothell and Lynnwood.
One of the luckiest retailers in the state was a Safeway in Everett, as measured by $1,000-plus winners.
The Snohomish County Council delayed a vote on the project amid traffic and environmental concerns.
The newest area code in Washington has infiltrated 360 territory, and 425, 206 and 253 are next.
Lynnwood Police officers responded to a reported assault where a gun allegedly was flashed.
One teen had a minor gunshot injury. Deputies were searching the area for the suspect.
She struck the suspect, 80, in the head after knocking a knife from his hand at a mobile home park.
Many seasonal ventures are waiting until the last minute to decide whether to open this year.
The lengthy pursuit went from Arlington to Everett to Lynnwood. Sparks flew as the suspect drove on shredded tires.
Votes for a Lynnwood corgi, a Monroe collie and a Puyallup hiking dog help raise money for PAWS.
“Her Fluffiness” is competing to be America’s Favorite Pet. The contest raised $300,000 for PAWS last year.
Snohomish County Prosecutor Adam Cornell disagreed with a judge’s 214-page critique of his employee.