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The city's ongoing installation of water meters across north Everett is progressing well, but the meters will mean a family's water rate will vary.
Court-appointed attorney Richard Wolf said Wednesday that David "Joey" Pedersen pleaded guilty to two counts of carjacking resulting in death - one for Oregon teenager Cody Myers and the other for Reginald Clark of California.
Most of the hedgehogs remain inside brightly colored carrying cases spread on a table each with a name tag and identifying information.
KHQ.COM - A judge sealed the evidentiary portion of Eldon Samuel III's upcoming preliminary hearing during a status conference this afternoon.
The City Council is winding through a process to address the city's perennial and growing structural deficit in the budget, but some of the options are not easy.
Eastside voters were rejecting the Lake Washington School District's school-construction bond issue, which was barely clearing 50 percent in first-day returns Tuesday night, falling short of the 60 percent required for passage.
About 75 people gathered at Lake Tye Park Friday to share prayers and offer support for the family of a young local man who died of suicide.
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As more bodies are recovered from a sunken South Korean ferry, the number of confirmed dead has reached 113, with about 190 people still missing.
What happened to the Port of Everett 's plan to turn land around 13th and 14th streets into a gleaming gem of urban renewal? After a very bumpy road that stretches back to 2000, port officials are putting the final touches on a revised plan for the 65-acre waterfront site that will focus on creating jobs and opening the waterfront to the public.
The argument began when Bobbie Dickerson's boyfriend of two years returned to their Everett apartment around 1 a.m. Monday.
As soon as the Fallen Hero Banner Project was denied from marching in this year's Seafair Torchlight Parade, dozens rallied behind the group to show support.
EVERETT, Wash. - A man who stepped in to protect a woman involved in a domestic disturbance with her boyfriend was stabbed to death when the boyfriend turned on him early Monday in Everett, witnesses and police said.