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The Washington Aerospace Scholars program provides opportunities for high school students to explore STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) topics with the Museum of Flight… Continue reading
Another car turned left in front of the patrol car, the sheriff’s office said.
She was identified as a Camano Island woman. Investigators await toxicology results.
This time, an appeals court found that evidence implicating David Morgan was seized illegally.
David V. Fesko tried swimming to shore after falling off a flotation device.
Edmonds Community College student chef Irma Jimenez won the first Experienced Professionals/Pupils in Culinary (EPPIC) competition in mid-April. She took home a Microsoft Surface tablet,… Continue reading
The Rotary Club of Lynnwood awarded $63,000 in Martha Lake Community Club Scholarships to 15 students at a May 10 awards ceremony. The $4,500 scholarship… Continue reading
Sheriff’s deputies say it’s too early to know if the death is suspicious.
The suspect was booked into jail for investigation of first-degree robbery.
Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory spent the past 16 years overseeing major growth and expansion.
Matrimony across the pond is making a ripple around the Puget Sound region.
Deputies arrested him for investigation of first-degree robbery.
The owners developing the land near Paine Field allegedly ignored multiple stop-work orders.
A lawsuit accuses Officer Zachary Yates of “outrageous and reprehensible use of deadly force.”
“Clean & Green” is a city-led effort to beautify parks and other public areas in south Lynnwood.
There they released salmon fry, took a nature walk and studied what lives in the water.
Elementary and high school students in the Edmonds School District teamed up with the King Arthur Flour Company to learn about and bake yeast bread… Continue reading
In Lynnwood and earlier in Marysville, a female suspect — or suspects — wore oversized sunglasses.
South Snohomish Fire & Rescue extinguished the flames early Wednesday morning.