For now, the building is still shuttered from a June flood.
The driver had just been arrested and released for a DUI, when he allegedly ran a red light and crashed into a pickup.
State Supreme Court says it’s OK for judges to award extraordinary damages in a so-called “wrongful life” case.
The home in the 12400 block of 51st Avenue SE was reported on fire at 12:54 a.m.
While other tech giants are secretive about their AI work, Meta has been transparent and inviting.
Yes, the agency has been starved for support, but it still should have been able to make some moves to modernize.
Cheney knew her opposition of Trump would cost her her return to Congress. She stuck to her values.
It is beyond comprehension how abortion rights opponents feel they can interfere with the private lives and health of girls, women and, by extension, men; everywhere.
Don’t ignore the Washington state constitution.
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A sketchy look at the news of the day.
The Music at the Marina series concludes today with The Little Lies, a Fleetwood Mac tribute band.
Four months of public hearings have hinged on how much more taxpayers could shell out if the city offers a developer a break.
Jose Espinoza Aguilar had just been released from prison in May for another shooting. He now faces charges of first-degree assault.
Julie Anderson called Steve Hobbs an “inexperienced political appointee.” He’s been in the job since Inslee put him there in November.
For hours on Wednesday, training beauticians pampered families at the Everett campus of Evergreen Beauty College.
Snohomish County Councilmember Nate Nehring efforts failed to delay the vote and failed to require residents to get addiction treatment.
Applications for the volunteer positions are due by Sept. 16.
Authorities believe the fatal fire early Wednesday was an accident.
A large police presence contained the property in the 20500 block of 32nd Dr. SE on Tuesday night.
Changes to the 135-year-old law may prevent future attempts to overturn elections.
Everett loses 12-8 as the two teams combine for 30 hits.
A sketchy look at the news of the day.
Seattle hits four total home runs in an 11-7 win over Los Angeles.
Plus, a host of local collegians earn preseason honors, Jake Luton gets released by the Jaguars and more.
The QB will miss an opportunity to start Thursday’s preseason game after getting the virus for the second time.
Prosecutors allege Addele Wells was driving erratically when she crashed into an Audi, killing Megan Barney, 24, in 2020.
In Snohomish County, 3,008 ballots got rejected. Some arrived late. Others weren’t signed. Twenty were for the wrong election.
Seattle’s postseason gets underway at home against Washington on Thursday night.
The city is considering revisions to issue permits more quickly for emergency shelters.
The Tomahawks begin practice without longtime coach Brandon Carson, who stepped down following last year’s playoff run.
Under the proposed agreement, Whatcom County would pay over $1 million through this year amid a rising jail population.
Rinconcito Peruano serves both light and hearty Peruvian dishes, from ceviche to tender beef stew.
The young catcher comes of the disabled list and drives in six runs in Everett’s 12-8 defeat.
Coach Pete Carroll said earlier in the day that Lock was in line to start the game against the Chicago Bears.
No-hit through five innings, Seattle finds its offensive groove and beats Los Angeles 8-2.
The B-17 Flying Fortress Sentimental Journey arrived Monday morning. It’s available for tours and rides this week.
Erika M. Weinert, 42, a copy editor who does business as The Werd Nerd, wrote “Cursing with Style.”
A look at some intriguing questions as local high school football practices get underway.
The Coachella Valley Firebirds take the ice at Angel of the Winds Arena on Oct. 28.
The facility, which originally opened in 1947, underwent renovations this summer.
Washington State Patrol: he tried to speed by another driver but lost control and hit the shoulder barrier.
Joshamee “The Chief” Haazard is a costume prop maker in Monroe. He transforms trash into treasure.
Bruce Johnson, a.k.a “Charlie the Juggling Clown,” wants to pass his craft down to future generations.
Less than a quarter of Washingtonians at highest risk of HIV use PrEP. Why so low? “Stigma,” an Everett nurse practitioner said.
A man took offense and went into a rage, spewing racist slurs as he beat up a teenager, charging papers say.
Monoclonal antibodies could lead to the first drug designed to fight meth addiction. Everett was chosen due to its high meth use.
Rev. Rasberry has hitched hundreds of couples over the years. After her husband died, she’s unsure if she can keep the place.
Census data from 2020 prompted several “small tweaks” to council district boundaries.
First-ever event highlights local growers’ bounty and contributions to local community