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Former mayor, controversial company owner and clashing incumbents are among those vying for seats.
Aaron Anzalone is an anchor for a student show, emcees pep rallies, swims and loves Super Smash Bros.
He initially was arrested for investigation of attempted murder. He was convicted of assault.
He allegedly pointed his gun at several people and took a woman’s iPhone. A sex worker later ID’d him.
At a conference, Brad Tilden speculated about expanded passenger service, but flights are capped — for now.
Dunn decries the use of wedge issues. Rohrbough rails at leftist politics. They agree on car tab fees.
The $240 million capital bond proposal the board is considering would fund projects for six years.
Heaven Ewers, 17, wants to be famous on stage for something meaningful — not a “one-hit wonder.”
Non-residents can park for up to 12 hours in 33 spots starting Tuesday. The cost is $2.25 an hour.
Decision comes today on Inslee’s order asking the state health department to ban flavored products.
A jury convicted Zachary Madding of second-degree assault for forcing his ex-girlfriend to overdose.
The male suspect was described as white and wearing a red hoodie and blue sweatpants.
Regional firms need more local workers to fill skilled jobs: out-of-staters tend not to relocate.
Six projects were awarded money from Sound Transit to improve connections to transit.
Energetic and dependable, she credits Seattle Children’s Hospital for saving her life twice as a kid.
The college gets a grant to partner with Boeing and three Snohomish County school districts.
Lisa Lefeber says she’ll help build “a balanced waterfront” with jobs, Navy operations and recreation.
Ezekiel Kelly was tortured and killed in 2018. His family says police were dogged and compassionate.
A state auditor’s office report says dozens of schools rush students through their midday meal.
A Monday work session will examine its role if voters remake Mukilteo’s form of government.