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The deceased, 45, was hit near Highway 9.
The fire at Eastside Tire and Muffler was reported early Wednesday morning.
The Pilchuck River bridge east of Highway 9 was set to close to one lane this weekend.
Police tracked down a Sultan man with the help of a rented car with Montana license plates.
Cathy Tanasse, a retired Glacier Peak High School art teacher, draws portraits of strangers as gifts.
Six people reported Dr. Ken Parker touched them inappropriately. Some reports were years old. Some were new.
The Swedish Hospital medical assistant used forged identities to buy two cars, according to charges.
Longtime high school basketball coach Jim Adams died at age 81. Many players he mentored went on to coach.
Police are seeking public help to identify a man with a duffel bag who robbed a Wells Fargo on Monday.
The dividers are intended to reduce crashes. Pilchuck River bridge joints, meanwhile, will be replaced.
The young man, 19, reportedly arrived at his teenage girlfriend’s home with a shotgun Friday.
The Herald’s beer aficionado enjoyed a beer crawl from Everett’s At Large Brewing to 5 Rights in Marysville.
The distinctive British horned livestock have been around since the Middle Ages.
Two Snohomish County lawmakers invoked the May incident in arguing for and against a gun ban at protests.
The $2.7 million project modernized the 110-year-old building and preserved historic details.
The Grizzlies wrap up a strong girls soccer season with a 3-0 win on Monday evening.
Star sisters do their magic in 13 one-hour episodes of homes in Snohomish County.
Everett couple’s Milk House Coffee Co. is opening where Snohomish dairyman once sold local products.
The nine-track album “Could Have Loved You” was recorded in a studio housed in a century-old Catholic church.
Through Bags-to-Benches, discarded recycled plastic is turned into spots to sit and ponder.