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30 min ago | HeraldNet
The Snohomish County Council voted Wednesday to switch the main architect on its future $162 million courthouse, after receiving designs that didn't fit within budget.
4 hrs ago | KING-TV Seattle
SNOHOMISH COUNTY The power of pinging a cell phone during a crime or kidnapping is the focus of a bill in the state legislature that hits close to home for Sen. John McCoy, D-Tulalip.
6 hrs ago | HeraldNet
It's there on your desk with the bills. Or on the kitchen counter, sitting by the phone, probably unopened.
A future park-and-ride planned on the west side of Paine Field could fill a major void for southbound commuters.
The cause of the four-alarm fire that destroyed or heavily damaged three Regency Woods apartment buildings July 19 was still officially undetermined mid-week.
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.
Emily Boals, 17, has been missing for nearly a week and was last seen Tuesday, July 22. Her family is seeking information about her whereabouts.
Two weeks later, the family of a missing Everett octogenarian continues to worry while waiting for news of her whereabouts.
She bragged to the neighbor girl about buying a big television and toyed with the idea of installing a new jetted tub in the couple's Arlington house.
The body of a 70-year-old man who went missing after an afternoon swim in Martha Lake has been located, Snohomish County Sheriff's officials said.
Several weeks ago, Jim Lambright was booked in a Snohomish County Jail for an incident that allegedly involved him grabbing his 23-year old granddaughter by the ankle for several feet.
A series of hand-lettered signs like this one opposing Sultan mayor Carolyn Eslick's bid for County Executive recently was removed from the BNSF railroad right-of-way, all but the last one reading "Vote Eslick."
Between the Miss Gold Dust pageant, the pinup contest, the car races, live music and the children's activities, Gold Dust Days had something for everyone.
COMPETITION and the profit motive is the foundation of the American economy, but should it drive the delivery of sensitive government services such as adult detention? For decades, detention policy was pretty simple: Counties operated jails, felons went to county jails, and cities contracted with counties to house their misdemeanants.
Rep. Dave Hayes, R-Camano Island, faces three challengers in his bid to keep a seat in the Washington State House of Representatives.
A Bellevue man is now charged with vehicular homicide for what investigators say was a drug- and alcohol-fueled crash on Highway 529 last year.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:33 pm
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