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After he was shot through an arm, police quickly applied a tourniquet. The suspect has been jailed.
The suspect was invited into a family’s camp area, then allegedly got drunk and attacked.
She was reportedly on the tracks when the train struck her near 94th Place NE and State Avenue.
Chance Larreau was 21 and had many friends. His parents urge caution this Fourth of July.
With new law calling for a change at Marysville Pilchuck, this Ferris Saxon is asking the question.
Katie Prettyman, 38, is competing for the fourth time at Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in New York.
North Snohomish County Outreach hopes to find another location for eight tiny homes.
There’s a changing of the guard as the district awaits word on Jason Thompson’s future as superintendent.
The man fled the scene of a domestic violence report last week on 88th Street NE.
A new state law, which bans the use of Native American mascots by schools, takes effect July 25.
Village Taphouse & Grill in Marysville is famous for its pies. Now you can bake a summer favorite at home.
Remedy Tulalip is giving away cannabis cigarettes to those 21 and older who get a shot on Tuesday.
Harry Lee Jones Jr., 27, beat and then shot a Farwest Motel guest in 2018 while two accomplices looted his room.
Officers responded to a domestic violence call. The suspect reportedly shot himself at the end of a chase.
The Pallet shelter community would provide transitional housing to eight people. Neighbors have questions.
It could be from a previous season, scientists say, because males don’t typically emerge this early.
MPHS grad Trina Davis was enjoying her first professional soccer season when the fighting broke out.
Esco Bell brings more than two decades of experience in the field to his new post.
Celebrations and reflections on Black history and progress are planned across Snohomish County.
The suspect, 35, is accused of rerouting a man’s mail to a fake PO Box to help him steal his personal information.