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Several people were displaced, and the damage was estimated at $850,000.
The state’s first Korean-American lawmaker, who died this week, had an inspiring life story.
The house was engulfed in flames by the time firefighters arrived. The cause was under investigation.
Bids to build a new waterfront building came in way over budget, so the site’s future is up in the air.
His channel, “74 Gear,” offers the flight-deck insight and humor of a 747 Dreamlifter pilot.
Starting Monday night, drivers should prepare for detours during closures for sign work in Everett.
The garage door mural hides in plain sight along Mukilteo Speedway. It’s been there a dozen years.
State coronavirus restrictions have closed the aviation center twice in the past year. It’s open again.
Many seasonal ventures are waiting until the last minute to decide whether to open this year.
Anika St. Mary helped clean blood from a car used in the brutal attacks and killings of two young men.
The Islamic Center of Mukilteo has been seven years in planning.
Missing since Wednesday, the female bird was noticed by a neighbor and safely recovered Saturday.
The proposed Islamic Center of Mukilteo was the target of an anti-mosque mailer campaign in 2016.
The haul included 213 wood pilings, 15 concrete pilings, 47 steel pilings and a “Speed Limit 15” sign.
Bids for a new Northwest Fisheries Science Center research station are too high. Are condos next?
It’s both. The new scenic overlook is a place to reflect and recharge. And you can air up your bike.
Topics for Tuesday and Wednesday online talks with ferry execs include service, COVID and hybrid vessels.
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would moderate the increase, avoiding a big impact now.
It’s a regular occurrence: A rescued bird was released back into the wild after convalescing.
Several districts, including Everett and Marysville, will bring students back to campuses in February.