Friday Sep 12
Crews battle 2-alarm fire at Mountlake Terrace apartments
Crews are battling a two-alarm fire at a Mountlake Terrace apartment complex that reportedly is burning through units on two floors. Firefighters responded to the scene, the Taluswood Apartments at 236th Street and Cedar Way, at about 8:15 a.m. after receiving reports of smoke and flames at the large complex.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Edmonds School District enrollment numbers up from projections
Monday was the fourth day of school and the official count day for September. Executive Director of Business and Operations Stewart Myhre noted that the District is projected to have an average full-time enrollment of about 18,445 students, which is 78 students above last spring's projection of 18,367.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
911 dispatcher saves a life over phone with step-by-step CPR coaching
It was a tearful meeting when Paula and Kris Sanderson finally came face-to-face with 911 dispatcher Angela Presley. "I was completely unable to breath," she said.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Fri Aug 29, 2014
'He is a remarkable man': Students celebrate birthday of former music teacher with ALS
Yes, ice water was involved. Maybe you're tired of seeing pails poured over heads, but Jim Hashman's story is so much more than anybody taking the Ice Bucket Challenge .
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Edmonds Council dives into Westgate, Highway 99 zoning details
T opics like zoning don't sound very exciting and can often be complicated both to explain and to understand.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Front Porch: Free class for parents and grandparents
The courses are from Sept. 18-Oct 23 and April 9-May 14, 2015. Classes meet Thursdays from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 2936 Rockefeller, Ave., Everett.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
recommendations for the November 2014 election
This summer and fall, Seattle Times editorial board members are interviewing candidates in select races for state and federal office, and in pro and con campaigns in statewide and local initiatives.
In Our View/Washington Voting Rights Act: A changing political landscape
On Friday, the sleepiest of news days, a federal Judge named Thomas O. Rice issued a sweeping summary judgment , presaging a more representative political landscape in Yakima.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Republican write-in makes November ballot in 1st District
Republican Mark Davies got enough write-in votes in the Aug. 5 primary to qualify for the November ballot against incumbent 1st District Democratic State Rep. Derek Stanford.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Introductory statements from South District Court judge, challenger
South District Court Judge Jeffrey D. Goodwin faces a challenge in the November election from Brett Nagle.
Even with his troubled history, law let school shooter have guns
After all, Ybarra possessed a well-documented history of mental illness: homicidal fantasies, emergency room visits for alcohol poisoning, two brief involuntary commitments and a professed admiration for one of the Columbine High School mass murderers.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
The News Tribune
SPU shooter: Despite troubling history, law let him have guns
After Aaron Ybarra's deadly assault at Seattle Pacific University in June, some wondered why the suicidal, psychotic 27-year-old was allowed to have a gun in the first place.
Growing pains: Lake Stevens makes plans to cope with rapid expansion
Children read and play in the Lake Stevens Library on Wednesday. The library, which at 2,400 square feet is the smallest in the Sno-Isle system, serves about 40,000 people; a bond measure to build a bigger library could move forward in the next year or two.