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2 hrs ago | HeraldNet
A Marysville woman didn't wield the knife used to kill an 82-year-old man but she is headed to prison for her role in setting him up.
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3 hrs ago | HeraldNet
An early morning fire in Edmonds caused extensive damage to Mike's Deli-Mart on Edmonds Way on Thursday.
7 hrs ago | Kent Reporter
Don't count on the luck of the Irish to get you home safely if you've had too much to drink over the St. Patrick's holiday.
12 hrs ago | Bothell Reporter
An outbreak of a rare virus indiscriminately infected Democrats and Republicans in the House and Senate on Day One and shows no signs of abating before they adjourn next week.
16 hrs ago | My Edmonds
O n Tuesday, the Edmonds City Council confirmed Mayor Dave Earling's appointment of Shane Hope as the City of Edmonds' new Development Services Director.
A scam in which a resident receives a phone call from someone claiming to be in law enforcement who says the resident missed jury duty and must pay to have a warrant "lifted" has made its way to Snohomish County.
The woman killed Tuesday morning when her car veered into oncoming traffic on Highway 99 in Lynnwood and collided with another vehicle has been identified.
Officers located a stolen car full of stolen items Monday morning in Edmonds but were unable to capture the culprit, according to the Edmonds Police Department.
After a day on the trail, some hikers are coming back to their cars to find shattered glass.
The 14th annual Wacky Wheelays will be held at 12:45 p.m. on July 13 at Lake Washington High School in Kirkland and many Northshore organizations have signed up to take part.
Health makeovers: The American Heart Association is offering a free, 12-week health makeover program, Go Red BetterU, to women in Snohomish County.
She went grocery shopping on Monday in donated clothes. For work, she'll wear donated scrubs.
An Oregon woman with ties to white supremacists pleaded guilty Tuesday to a criminal conspiracy that included the killings of an Everett couple and two other people.
William Payne has hit the ground running. Six weeks into his tenure as Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney, Payne has added a felony deputy, promoted another, amended charging standards and expedited drug court referrals.
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.
The Sky Valley Citizens' Academy is moving into its sixth week and thus far has received an extremely favorable response from attendees.
Monica Bertollini, a 5 foot-1-inch, 94-pound powerhouse from Skagit County, is a woman who knows how to get things done.