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Sheriff Ty Trenary is asking the Snohomish County Council for an additional 29 staff positions at the jail, most of them for registered nurses.
By a unanimous 7-0 vote, the Burien City Council voted to select as its new City Manager Kamuron D. Gurol at Monday night's special session, held at the Burien Community Center.
Authorities consider Snohomish County resident Dion Thorne an armed and dangerous felon who won't go down without a fight.
A newly formed organization will join others in fighting the proposed condominium project, which would be built on an abandoned industrial site at Point Wells on the shore of Puget Sound in unincorporated southwest Snohomish County.
A legal tussle over plans to build luxury homes near the shore of a rare peat bog looks likely to continue for a while longer, following a court decision last week.
Sherren Anderson remembered collecting paperweights as a child. But, it took many years for her childhood passion to work its way into her adult world.
Snohomish County's only publicly funded in-patient detox center says it might have to close, and outpatient drug and alcohol programs could be cut, because of a drop in how much the state pays for treatment.
Moderate flooding is possible along that stretch of the river, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle, which issued the warning.
Sarri Gilman is turning a page - one more page in a career that has changed thousands of lives for the better.
Sultan Mayor Carolyn Eslick has announced that she will be the Republican candidate in this fall's special election for the seat of the Snohomish County Executive.
Spokesman Aaron Snell says 911 callers reported the abandoned vehicle Friday afternoon.
The Daily Herald reports the lawsuit was dismissed earlier this week after the state agreed to pay Biendl's parents $900,000.
At the same time, some at City Hall are looking to revive Lynnwood's own public fireworks display and Fourth of July parade.
The KSER Foundation will hold "community conversations" about the future of public radio on Tuesday and March 18. At each event, there will be a presentation about successes and plans for KSER-FM and KXIR-FM in 2014, and a look at innovative public radio stations across the country.