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The rider of a stolen bike fled Bellingham police and the State Patrol before surrendering in Everett.
In Marysville, someone on 145th Street Northeast kept seeing cars blocking their fence gate.
David Thompson claimed the relationship was “toxic.” But they reconciled. His wife is now accused of murder.
People can leave suggestions on a new website to help update the downtown master plan.
Erik Scairpon is taking over Sept. 21, about a year after former Chief Rick Smith retired.
A year later, the woman still suffers from her brain injury, and has lost her job as a result.
She was arrested for investigation of second-degree murder. Sheriff’s detectives are investigating.
Helen Reeder, 97, was sleeping when a car crashed into her bedroom. A man, 25, died Friday at a hospital.
WSDOT says it crunched the numbers again: An interchange at Highway 529 and I-5 will be built as planned.
Marysville’s Farlan Dubarry fought on Okinawa. Before the pandemic, he was invited to Hawaii ceremony.
The Marysville driver allegedly sped into an apartment unit where a 97-year-old woman was sleeping.
WSDOT says the cost of improvements at the interchange of I-5 and Highway 529 is higher than expected.
First Street in Marysville is to close on both sides of State Avenue the rest of this week and early next week.
Sheriff’s deputies chased the driver from Marysville to Lynnwood early Sunday morning.
The plaintiff is a former student who escaped the 2014 mass murders at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
Snohomish County politicians admired his ability to listen and willingness to reach across the aisle.
Marysville druggist sells portion of century-old business to Rite Aid, but her shop’s getting a reboot.
A Snohomish reader writes about noticing more motorized use of the 30-mile path.
The Marysville troupe plans Zoom performances of “Something Rotten!” and “Six Degrees of Separation.”