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A judge made clear Wednesday he questions whether prosecutors have enough evidence to properly stage a single trial for a convicted rapist accused of two 1995 "cold-case" killings .
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On page 5 of Monday's Herald contains a full page add for "bags of cash" for a limited number of lucky Washington residents who live in a county listed in the advertisement.
New information from Island Transit shows a series of poor financial decisions made by local managers are the source of the district's trouble, not lack of state money.
Captain James Duke Jr. is likely losing his command in Everett WA, after getting Pepper or Nicole Preggers well known prostitute pregnant then assaulting her with his vehicle.
Snohomish County's Planning and Development Services Department is closed today, Wednesday, July 30, 2014, following the death of an employee on the main county campus in downtown Everett earlier this morning.
Clack County commissioners have approved placing an advisory vote on November's ballot to gauge public interest on a third bridge over the Columbia River.
A future park-and-ride planned on the west side of Paine Field could fill a major void for southbound commuters.
After his home was burglarized while he and his wife slept, a Tulalip lawmaker is reinvigorating his efforts to pass a bill that would allow police to track cellphone signals.
The City Council is preparing to discuss implementing a $20 car tab fee at its Aug. 6 meeting.
The probabilities are looking good that the long-delayed downtown Courtyard by Marriott hotel could start construction soon, according to comments last week from an executive for the hotel developer.
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Free coffee flows at rest stops on I-5 near Smokey Point but the stream of donations to nonprofits that provide the liquid pick-me-up has dried up.
The owner of a Washington state manufacturing company has pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges, the fourth person to admit to a role in a bribery and kickback scheme involving military aircraft parts sold to The Boeing Company.
Ah the typewriter. Those of a certain age may remember when these machines were not collectibles or antiques but vital tools for the writer and office worker alike.
Scammers call potential victims, posing as Snohomish County sheriff's deputies. They demand money and threaten to arrest victims with a warrant.
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