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Trump visits Arlington cemetery for holiday commemoration, applauds Obamacare ruling
During an unannounced visit to Arlington Cemetery Saturday, President Donald Trump called a Texas judge’s ruling that would invalidate the entire Affordable Care Act “a big, big victory.”
Burglars target Lake Stevens store owner known for giving so much back to the community.
LAKE STEVENS, Wa - Brazen burglars were caught on camera smashing into a Lake Stevens store and stealing an ATM machine. But it's who they targeted that has the community outraged—a business owner known for giving so much to the community.
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Judge's ruling on 'Obamacare' poses new problems for GOP. Zinke resigns as interior secretary amid numerous probes. Family of migrant girl disputes official story on her death. Trump visits Arlington cemetery for holiday commemoration.
Marysville Pilchuck High School placed in lockdown for ‘crowd control issues’ following fight
MARYSVILLE, Wash. — Crowd control measures were needed after a fight involving five students broke out Friday at Marysville Pilchuck High School. A number of police were called to the school after the fight broke out, Marysville School District Superintendent Jason Thompson said in a letter to famil
Man killed in shooting at party at Edmonds Senior Center
EDMONDS, Wash — A large party at the Edmonds Senior Center ended in gunfire with one man dead and two people arrested. According to the Edmonds Police Department, the senior center on Railroad Avenue had been rented for a party of more than 100 people Friday night. At some point during the party a f
Entertainment 360: Santa is everywhere
Dec. 11-12 Genealogy potluck: Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society will meet Tuesday, Dec. 11, at noon in the Society library conference room, 6111 188th Pl. NE, Arlington, for a holiday potluck lunch. Drop in.
Homeless, addiction non-profit pauses outreach to search for missing woman
Volunteers with will be out in Lake Stevens Saturday to search for an Arlington woman who vanished nearly a year ago. 39-year-old Jessica Seybold was struggling with a meth addiction when she vanished last December, but was about to go into treatment.
'She needed help': Bothell man rushes to save neighbor unconscious from fallen tree limb
BOTHELL, Wash. – On Friday evening, Mike Wicklund stepped outside during the windstorm to check on a problem tree notorious for downed branches. Wicklund saw big limbs sitting on the ground outside his Bothell home. He then saw his neighbor lying there unconscious.
Suspected White Supremacist Arrested in King County
Dakota Reed, a suspected white supremacist, was arrested last week at his mother's home in Lake Forest Park in King County. Reed is accused of threatening to carry out a mass killing in Washington state, a violation of state hate crime statues, as the Daily Herald first reported. After Reed was arre
News Files: Electricity had to be conserved in 1948
EARLY HISTORY: In 1868, Rasmus Settre and wife Ingeborg came to America then to Stanwood in 1885 at Cedarhome. The Depot Restaurant and candy stand were for sale in 1908, by Erick Johnson at East Stanwood.
CHC of Snohomish County Offers Opioid Addiction Treatment
The Nation is in an opioid epidemic. In 2017, 72,000 people in the US died from drug overdoses. Of those, 49,060 were from opioids - up from the previous year. Snohomish County is seeing some of the worst of it, being second only to King County in Washington State with 100 opioid overdose deaths in
Brawl at Marysville-Pilchuck High School sparks lockdown
MARYSVILLE, Wash. - A brawl involving multiple students forced Marysville Pilchuck High School into lockdown and sparked a large police response on Friday. The incident unfolded before noon when students began fighting inside the school. The lockdown went into effect as a crowd control measure, scho
'Everything was gone, I'm still angry': Heartless thief stole 85-year-old widow's wallet and engagement ring as she tended to her husband's grave
Police in Everett, Washington, are searching for a thief who rummaged through an 85-year-old widow's van while the victim visited her deceased husband. Patricia Fader was tending to the grave of her husband Harold Fader in Cypress Lawn cemetery in September when the suspect pilfered her wallet and a
Tacoma neo-Nazi charged for involvement in Lynnwood hate crime
One of two self-professed neo-Nazis from Washington state who was part of a group who allegedly assaulted a black DJ at a bar in Lynnwood was faces multiple charges, including harassment and assault.
First DUI arrest comes 15 minutes into emphasis patrolling in Snohomish County
EVERETT, Wash. — Within fifteen minutes of a DUI emphasis, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office had arrested its first DUI driver. “I definitely see the partnership growing each year and I think that goes to the public's benefit when we all work together,” said John Axtman, 13-year trooper for the
Power outages, trees down after strong winds overnight
After gusts of at least 40 mph in some areas of Puget Sound overnight, a few thousand customers are without power and trees are down in the South Sound Thursday morning. Winds north of Everett were some of the strongest as well as on the coast.
Bail Set for 5 of 8 Arrested in Hate Crime Investigation
EVERETT, Wash. – Bail was set yesterday at the Snohomish County Superior Court criminal hearing for five of the eight arrested following an attack on two men at a bar in Everett early Saturday morning:
10th Anniversary of Snohomish County’s DUI Show on KRKO Tonight
Maury Eskenazi has been hosting the “DUI Show” on KRKO 1380AM / 95.3FM for ten years. It began as a spin off from his long-airing show with Shannon O’Kelley, Health Matters.
3 Oregon men arrested in suspected white supremacist attack on DJ
Three Oregon men are among a group of several suspected white supremacists arrested for an attack on a black disc jockey at a tavern in Washington over the weekend, authorities say.
Prep Roundup: Anacortes swims to win over Burlington-Edison
ANACORTES — The Anacortes boys’ swimming and diving team made short work of Burlington-Edison on Tuesday in a Northwest Conference meet. The Seahawks swam to a 133-45 victory.