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More than two dozen people opposed to shipments of oil and coal blocked railroad tracks and cheered from bridges above a Burlington Northern Santa Fe yard on Tuesday morning.
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Abby Brockway waves from atop a tripod erected on train tracks to a pair of engines passing on an adjacent track Tuesday, Sept.
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A Snohomish woman on Tuesday admitted that her risque coffee stands were selling sex to customers and that she laundered the money to hide the illegal profits.
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Traci Youmans, a civilian employee with the Everett Police Department, photographs a cellphone taken as evidence inside the department's digital forensics lab in Everett on Wednesday morning.
People RE / MAX Direct Realty has announced that Simon Pedersen has joined the office located at 110 4th Ave. in Edmonds.
Sound Transit will operate its popular special event Sounder service on Sept. 13 and 20 for people attending the Washington State Fair, making it extra easy for Puget Sound residents to "Do the Puyallup!" and avoid gas and parking costs.
A Seattle-area business owner has been charged with promoting prostitution and money laundering, after allegedly using her baristas in a bikini coffee stand to sell sex acts.
It's a scene that plays out in many homes every morning: A mother drying then styling her hair in the bathroom with a hot hairdryer and heated curling iron on the countertop.
Durham School Services employee Crystal Vonoy hands a box full of donated backpacks filled with school supplies to fellow employee Gary Gunderson on Wednesday in Everett.
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Abby the chocolate Labrador retriever went missing on July 26 while her owner was deployed overseas - and she hasn't been seen since.
Everett Hospital, the city's first, was open by 1894 at 3322 Broadway. It was opened with the support of the Woman's Columbian Book Club of Everett, and later became the site of the Bethany Home for the Aged.
Everett High School sophomores Chase Noble and Tia-Monette Johnson clean up after a recent lunch at the Carl Gipson Senior Center.
Everett Community College journalism teacher Andrew Wahl plans to talk about the place of comic books in American history at 2 p.m. Sept.
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