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Lynnwood’s Patrick Crosby wasn’t in the military, but he felt it was time to “give something back.”
William McClain’s novel — set in Seattle, Syria, Beirut and France — explores what happens when we open our eyes to “the other.”
Jason DeSimas, of Tacoma, turned himself in after being charged with hate crimes. He’s in federal custody.
Fozieh Shirdelhefzabad, 72, was struck on Highway 99. She died Thursday in a local hospital.
A reader asked about 168th Street Southwest and Highway 99 signage, which a city engineer says is OK.
Federal authorities announced the charges Friday against men from around the Pacific Northwest.
Already, Sound Transit’s construction of track structure and stations is transforming the area.
“It’s a lot of people to feed.” Community food banks prepare to supplement needs this holiday season.
Sound Transit is working on realignment plans for upcoming capital projects, including Everett Link.
Special needs students were refused an education until six trailblazers launched a campaign around Puget Sound.
A state board found the Edmonds College president sought special privileges. He claims he was doing his job.
There were no injuries after a man drove into at least a few vehicles in a neighborhood.
Housing Hope is exploring locations with the Edmonds School District and Edmonds Lutheran Church.
Jung K. Moon was on the sidewalk when he was struck by a pickup truck. The driver has been arrested.
The Lynnwood man allegedly didn’t stop to check on a pedestrian whom he hit with a pickup truck.
The suspect was driving an SUV on Highway 99 in Lynnwood and is under investigation for DUI.
The sheriff’s office said detectives are investigating the suspect for DUI, hit and run, and vehicular homicide.
As Link stations crawl northward, officials are looking for input what housing to allow around them.
Travis Keel, known for violence, played part in a scheme that stretched from Mexico to Washington.
The malls plan to have him in person and socially distanced. “We need holiday cheer,” says a mall manager.