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Late night driver plows into Everett hair salon

EVERETT, Wash. — The entrance to a business in Everett was destroyed when a suspected drunk driver crashed into it. KOMO reports the driver crashed into Anne’s Hair Salon at about 11 PM Wednesday.


Heart Of Gold: Sandra Bullock Has Been Quietly Donating $1,000,000 Every Time There’s Been A Disaster

Sandra Annette Bullock, born in Arlington, Washington, D.C. You might recall Sandra starring in the films – Demolition Man (1993) and Wrestling Ernest Hemingway (1993) were memorable yet her stardom only came with the smash hit Speed (1994). She won the Oscar for her role in The Blind Side (2009) an


Washington state considers staying on Pacific Daylight Time forever

When you switch your clock forward by one hour at the beginning of daylight saving time in two weeks, know this: it could be among the last times. Washington state lawmakers are considering several proposals to adopt year-round Pacific Daylight Time, ending the twice-a-year switch between it and Pac


6 Whidbey Island homes evacuated after slide caused by 'surprisingly dry' soil

LANGLEY, Wash. - Six homes were evacuated north of Langley on Whidbey Island after a small landslide toppled trees and blocked a roadway there, fire officials said. Emergency crews initially responded to the scene, on Bells Lane about four miles north of Langley, at around noon Thursday after receiv


23-Miles of Highway 530 Getting Renamed Oso Slide Memorial Highway

Oso, WA- The Washington State Transportation Commission unanimously approved a resolution renaming a 23-mile stretch of Highway 530 between Darrington and Arlington. It will be known as the “Oso Slide Memorial Highway” to honor and remember the 43 victims of the mudslide.


Flights From Paine Field Begin March 4

EVERETT, WA - Washingtonians who would rather not face the challenges associated with flying out of Sea-Tac will soon have another option for flights to West Coast-based destinations. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Wednesday gave Paine Field in Everett the green light to begin commerci


Arlington fails to advance in Main Street

Although Arlington won’t be advancing past the top 10 in the Small Business Revolution, local business owners hope to continue momentum and collaborate on projects for the community.


Snow Goose and Birding Festival returns to Skagit Valley

The 15th annual Stanwood-Camano Snow Goose and Birding Festival arrives in Skagit Valley on February 23 and 24. Visitors flock to the festival grounds each year to spot and photograph trumpeter swans, bald eagles, and snow geese. Tom Eisenberg of Friends of Camano Island Parks says that of the 20,00


Voters reject Arlington School District bond

Arlington School District’s proposed $96 million bond measure was rejected by voters with 52.51 percent voting in favor of the bond on Feb. 12. Bond measures in Washington state require 60 percent approval to pass.


Senior Scene: Discuss aging awareness or take driver safety class; senior resource fairs set

Warm Beach Senior Community will present a Lunch & Learn Aging Partnership Panel, noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, in the Camano Center, 606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island. Learn how prevention and awareness can reduce risk of chronic disease. Dr. Kevin Clay, ambulatory medicine expert from Provi


Trooper hurt by driver during Everett DUI stop

EVERETT, Wash. - A Washington State Patrol trooper has minor injuries after a suspect fled during a stop for suspected DUI. It happened near Broadway and Hewitt in Everett at about 12:30 a.m. Thursday.


No need for alarm: School bus "wreck" in Stanwood part of training exercise

Two school buses — one perilously on its side — sit perched atop crushed cars and scattered glass shards in the old Thriftway Foods parking lot in Stanwood. But don’t worry. That’s where they’re supposed to be.


Commercial flights set to begin in Everett

EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — The FAA has approved the start of commercial flights at Paine Field in Everett. The Everett Herald reports that the decision announced Wednesday means Alaska Airlines and United Airlines can begin operations next month as planned.


Medical examiner identifies man shot near shopping center in Everett

EVERETT, Wash. -- The man fatally shot in Everett on Sunday was 19-year-old Raul Cuadros, according to the Snohomish County Medical Examiner's Office. The medical examiner said Cuadros died from a gunshot wound to the chest and ruled the case a homicide.


Family makes plea for answers in deadly Marysville hit and run

MARYSVILLE, Wash. -- A Marysville family is making a plea for answers after their 24-year-old son was killed in a hit and run crash on Saturday. “We seem calm,” said Kim Colson. “At home we cry, and we walk down the hall and we go 'He’s not here anymore. Our baby is not here.'"


Did you see snowflakes this morning? They won’t stick, says weather service

Although some people living in Everett, Shoreline or on higher hills in Seattle may have seen a few snowflakes on Friday morning, forecasters are convinced it won’t last. “It might accumulate on windshields and grass for a short time, but it’s not going to stick on the roads and most likely will be


Snohomish City Council passes plastic bag ban

SNOHOMISH, Wash. - The Snohomish City Council passed a law on Wednesday that will ban single-use plastic bags and will require retailers to charge customers for paper bags. The law will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020 and customers will be charged 10 cents for paper bags.


Alaska and United Airlines get go-ahead to open business at Paine Field

EVERETT (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration has approved the start of commercial flights at Paine Field in Everett. The decision Wednesday means Alaska Airlines and United Airlines can begin operations next month as planned. The two carriers are offering a combined 24 daily departures to dest


Rep Rick Larsen Inviting Everett For A Chat Over Coffee Saturday

Ever wanted to sit down with your Congressional Representative and chat? If you live in Everett you get that opportunity Saturday morning. Rick Larsen who represents Everett and the north Puget Sound all the way up to the Canadian border often holds conversations at coffee houses in his district.


Police asking for security camera footage to help catch 5 Corners burglars

Edmonds police are asking for the public’s help with security camera footage that could help identify a suspect or suspects involved in a series of burglaries or attempted burglaries in the Chase Lake/Five Corners area Wednesday night, Feb. 20.