“Robert Gray, tired and cold, could not self-rescue and was carried away by the swift current.”
The suspect, 36, is accused of shooting an acquaintance Monday, dumping the gun in a dumpster and fleeing from police.
Sam Bowles, 18, uses vibrant videos and social media fame to raise awareness of autism.
Sheriff’s deputies were investigating what led to the shooting around 11:40 a.m. near I-5.
The rite of bargain-hunting in Snohomish County lawns and driveways resumes in post-pandemic splendor.
The number of Washington drivers plugging in is growing, but the upfront cost of electric vehicles is high.
Final paving is set this summer for the first phase of the 2.42-mile trail north of Centennial Park.
Locals came to check out the high-tech store, with $3 avocado toast and cameras watching customers’ every move.
Granite Falls and Sultan were passing their levies. And in Mill Creek, voters approved joining South County Fire.
Team Jack in the Bot, from the Everett School District, competed against 400 teams from 40 countries.
Construction kicked off Tuesday on the bus route, which will boost rapid service in south Snohomish County.
Voting “yes” on the April 26 ballot is the best deal, the city says, citing rising costs either way.
The Sonic Squirrels’ robot can climb monkey bars and drive autonomously. “Everything has to be built from scratch.”
No injuries were reported in the incident near Mill Creek. Detectives were investigating the deputy’s use of force.
After reading about Dr. Rick Thurmer’s feats in The Daily Herald in 2017, Jeff Brown set out to summit his first “14er.”
Granite Falls, Marysville, Stanwood and Sultan all suffered levy defeats in February. They’ll try again April 26.
One reader noticed more litter along Highway 522. Cleaning up is a team effort of state agencies, volunteers and inmates.
Carl Larson’s team of trained veterans is “level-headed,” he said, not “bloodthirsty Rambos.”
Sound Transit wants your feedback on possible Link rail and station locations.
His humble takeout on Bothell Everett Highway is a throwback to the 1976 Seattle store that made the fast food famous here.