Anne Anderson and April Berg revved up campaigns this week. Republican Mark James was already in the running.
The Mill Creek-area Democrat is a state representative and will replace Terry Ryan, who stepped down.
The police union accused Chief Greg Elwin of “a lack of honesty and integrity.” He’s on paid leave.
A Mill Creek woman was selling N95 masks at six times regular price, says a cease-and-desist letter.
The SEC alleges Dave Schmidt and two others bilked $4 million from investors who bought them.
Cosmetology in the time of coronavirus pandemic halted as non-essential services. No tattoos, either.
Diane Symms plans to retire and let her daughter take the reins at the chain’s three establishments.
It was the first death tied to COVID-19 in Snohomish County. Hundreds more cases may be undiagnosed.
Health officials announced four new deaths Monday, including a man from Snohomish County.
The city manager and other officials would not confirm the department head’s employment status.
An infected Jackson High student, meanwhile, is doing well, but the school will be closed Monday.
The source of his infection is unknown. A King County woman who also has the virus traveled to South Korea.
New “Unsellable Houses” focuses on transforming modest Snohomish County homes into hot properties.
The fire began in a truck, extended to the garage and second story, estimated at $300K in damage.
Kelly Howell, 53, of Mill Creek, was connected with her half-sibling in California by a 23andMe test.
Found dead in 2015, his name was unknown. Exhaustive genealogy work restored an identity to Terry Deggs.
The North County Fire Authority was “cautiously optimistic” that their levy lift would pass.
A man reportedly asked, then demanded, that a Jackson High student get into his car early Thursday.
Kim Parker helps her students chill out with “sound baths” of soothing music.
The project is one of many planned to keep up with one of the fastest-growing parts of Snohomish County.