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After Oklahoma settlement, Purdue Pharma continues to fight cases from Everett and Snohomish County.
A $2 million grant funds studies into opioid abuse and Alzheimer’s disease at Stanford University.
The woman sought help in March 2018, and police went to the home and found her severely injured.
Recently elected chairwoman Teri Gobin learned lessons in leadership from her father, Stan Jones.
The new space in EvCC’s Monte Cristo Hall has cedar-plank walls to evoke the sense of a longhouse.
Backers of the fish-habitat project near Granite Falls have scheduled a March 19 open house.
A call for business plans this fall yielded no realistic ideas for the Stanwood-area links.
Mukilteo Councilwoman Anna Rohrbough hopes to compete on heavily Democratic turf.
Enter The Herald’s contest to win free tickets to Billy Dean’s concert at Tulalip Resort Casino.
A documentary from the Tulalip History Project is a lesson in how one woman helped save her culture.
The estate of one of the 19-year-old victims had sought damages from the couple who owned the house.
He credits his long career to his early ’90s No. 1 single, “Somewhere in my Broken Heart.”
A new program addresses one of Snohomish County’s biggest water-quality concerns.
A judge said there wasn’t evidence to support wrongful death claims in the case of Cecil Lacy Jr.
The center will be attached to the Boys and Girls Club. The tribe hopes to have it open by summer.
Solomon G. Spencer, 35, was preparing for the shellfish harvest season when he lost his mask underwater.
Authorities say the man became entangled in gear while training off the Kitsap Peninsula.
The popular park is now fully open after major construction cut off access for much of boating season.
Millions of dollars are at stake in the fight over state and local taxes at Quil Ceda Village.
The potential builder from Texas has asked the court to reconsider. The land borders Tulalip.