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13 hrs ago | Seattle Times
Seattle police will soon be able to use facial-recognition technology to compare images of unidentified suspects with an extensive database of jail mug shots.
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17 hrs ago | The Monroe Monitor & Valley News
MONROE CITY COUNCIL AGENDA* Regular Business Meeting Tuesday, March 18, 2014, 7:00 P.M. Council Chamber, City Hall CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE ANNOUNCEMENTS/PRESENTATIONS 1. Evergreen State Fairgrounds and Centennial Trail Presentation COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS [Please sign in prior to the meeting; testimony is limited to 5 minutes ... (more)
Monroe's leaders want the Centennial Trail to come to the city. The Monroe City Council approved a motion for Mayor Geoffrey Thomas to sign a letter of support for getting the trail extension at the March 4 meeting.
Get a sip of the finest vodkas, whiskeys and gins at Snohomish on the Rocks, the annual distillery festival set for Saturday, March 22. The event will be held at Thomas Family Farm, south of downtown Snohomish at 9010 Marsh Rd. Event officials are anticipating more than 1,000 people will come to sample spirits from more than 25 distilleries at the ... (more)
Residents can expect steady water and storm water rate increases during the next three years, but there's some relief as the sewage rate will stay flat.
The lights should come on for the traffic signal at Second and Lincoln next month.
From Safeco Stadium to the Qwest Field and Exhibition Center in Seattle, lottery revenue has been the winning ticket for various cash-starved state accounts.
Wenatchee will soon have a modern and adequate ice and cold storage plant. Cedargreen Brothers, proprietors of Pleasant Hill Dairy, today purchased a lot on South Wenatchee Avenue directly north of the building formerly occupied by Gagnon's Photo Studio.
Fuse, a left-of-center advocacy group, held a tongue-in-cheek bake sale for schools Monday outside the Legislative Building.
Authorities consider Snohomish County resident Dion Thorne an armed and dangerous felon who won't go down without a fight.
Question: We hear you are one of those students who loves school. Not all kids would admit to that.
A flood warning remains in effect for the Snohomish River below Snohomish through Tuesday morning following heavy rains overnight Saturday.
Steady rain will turn back to showers Thursday in what has turned out to be the wettest start to the month of March ever for Seattle.