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Everett Police released a cellphone video taken by a bystander when a hydraulic lift hit some electrical wires in Everett.

Father admits recklessness when son shocked by power lines

He recently completed his five-day jail sentence for the June incident in downtown Everett.

Everett Police released a cellphone video taken by a bystander when a hydraulic lift hit some electrical wires in Everett.

Granger on fight: ‘I just wanted it to go a little longer’

After making quick work of her latest opponent, the Snohomish native is excited about her future prospects.

After the Port Orchard tornado: Door-to-door search

Residents were urged to leave, and a drone was used to survey the damage.

Decoy package sprays porch pirates with glitter, fart smell

A former NASA engineer invented a way to get revenge on thieves.

Why Highway 99 in downtown Seattle will close for 3 weeks

After closing the Alaskan Way Viaduct, there’s much to do before they can open the new tunnel.

What animal is that? Costumed man robs Highway 530 store

“You call the cops, you’re a dead man,” he told the clerk at around 3 a.m. Friday.

Turkey Talk 2018: Kindergartners talk about Thanksgiving

This year we looked for wisdom at Kellogg Marsh Elementary School in Marysville.

The cautionary tale of a backpacker caught in a snowstorm

There’s much to learn from this news conference about the helicopter rescue of a Pacific Crest Trail hiker.

Snohomish tops Squalicum, earning state soccer berth

Down early, the Panthers rallied to win 4-3 and reached the 3A district finals.

Rucker tomb: The giant granite wonder of Everett

The final resting place of the city’s founders is an enigma and attraction in many ways.

Local cold case helps ‘60 Minutes’ explain genetic genealogy

An arrest in a 1987 double-murder was one of three examples highlighted in a segment you can watch here.

A booming economy won’t make next state budget less taxing

Gov. Inslee warns of a $1.5 billion gap and says there are few ways to bridge it.

All on one page, election-related editorial board interviews

We recorded a selection of discussions with candidates and ballot-measure proponents and opponents.

I-1631, the carbon tax: Proponents and opponents face off

Both sides, seeking The Herald’s endorsement, met with us as we formulated our opinion.

Debated: I-1634 would ban local taxes on grocery items

We invited proponents and opponents to argue their cases before we recommend a yes or no vote.

ICYMI, here’s a replay of the Senate candidates’ debate

Democratic U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell and Republican challenger Susan Hutchison faced off at PLU.

Several boats and boathouses damaged at Everett marina fire

The fire was in a difficult-to-access location, but firefighters, with police help, got it under control.

Pro and con on I-1639, the gun-safety ballot measure

In video interviews, the Herald opinion editor questions proponents and opponents.

Editorial board interview: 1st Congressional District

In this video, the Herald opinion editor questions U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene and challenger Jeffrey Beeler.