The city argued on-the-job trauma had little to do with detective Sunny Taylor’s sudden death in 2020, to her family’s horror.
Michael Adams helped craft the district’s diversity policy. Then his son became a target of racism. He now wants more changes.
Brian Hall, 61, was charged in 2019 with indecent liberties. Boys reported he touched them during counseling sessions.
The two will face off in Spokane next month. They could square off in Seattle too before the election
The first of three intersection closures is set for North Davies Road and Vernon Road next month.
Kyle Brown, of Marysville, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault with a sexual motivation last month. In 2019, he was charged with molestation.
Criminals are getting more brazen, they said. In a video, they called for easing vehicle pursuit rules and stiffening drug laws.
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Patricia Oman, 80, was walking on Broadway when she was hit. She died four days later. The alleged driver was held on $100,000 bail.
The earlier-than-expected reopen date comes two weeks after the wildfire erupted north of Skykomish.
Dave Somers wants to use one-time pandemic aid on housing, child care and behavioral health in Snohomish County.
The facility passed an environmental review. A two-week comment period opened. Comments are due Oct. 3.
Transfer stations and drop boxes will be open for regular hours. But a ban on dropping off yard debris is still in effect.
The health care provider and SEIU 1199NW agreed to raises totaling at least 21.5% in the next three years
Faith Family Village will house and provide services for 90 days, through city and federal funding.
Meanwhile, a mother of two said Thursday that Starbucks refused to accommodate her schedule when she returned from maternity leave.
John Fry allegedly confessed to killing his father in 2019. He has waited months to be admitted to Western State Hospital.
The move comes two weeks after the fire north of Skykomish prompted the highway to close.
Ziaurahman Ahadi served as a trauma medic on battlefields in Afghanistan. Now he builds fireplaces to support a family of eight.
Jason Stanley, of Boise, Idaho is one of four men prosecuted for attacking a Black DJ in Lynnwood.