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More sleep in Seattle: Later school start helps kids get zzz
SEATTLE (AP) - High school students are getting more sleep in Seattle. That's the finding of a study on later school start times. Teenagers wore activity monitors to discover whether a later start to the school day would help them get more sleep. It did, adding 34 minutes of slumber a night. They al
Reminder: Christmas Ship, holiday lights and music on waterfront Dec. 12
A reminder about holiday festivities Wednesday, Dec. 12 at the Port of Edmonds marina. First, Puget Sound Express is welcoming the public to its Saratoga whale-watching boat on Wednesday, Dec. 12 from 6-8 p.m. All are invited to tour the Saratoga and enjoy hot chocolate.
Man who kept child pornography ‘fairy house’ gets 9 months in jail
SEATTLE -- A man whose hoard of child pornography was discovered in a tree house in the Snoqualmie National Forest in 2016 has been sentenced to nine months in jail. SeattlePI.com reports 57-year-old Daniel Wood of Mill Creek pleaded guilty in November to possession of child pornography and attempte
Annual Shop with a Cop event helps kids in need
First responders and kids in need paired up Wednesday night for holiday shopping during the 10th Annual Shop with a Cop event at the Lynnwood Target store. Santa also stopped by for a visit, arriving via a South County Fire & Rescue emergency response vehicle.
After Mychal Kendricks is lost for season, Seahawks on to Plan C at weakside linebacker
On to the third option at weakside linebacker for the Seahawks. Coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday Mychal Kendricks needs knee and leg surgery and will go on injured reserve, ending his abbreviated his season.
City of Edmonds Recreation Supervisor Todd Cort named Employee of Year
Recreation Supervisor Todd Cort has been voted the City of Edmonds 2018 Employee of the Year. The award, voted by his colleagues, was announced by Mayor Dave Earling at the city’s annual holiday brunch at City Hall last week.
Suquamish man killed in Seattle remembered as a dedicated worker, family man
SUQUAMISH – Marlin George Jr. always had a passion for being on the water. By the age of 9, he was harvesting clams to buy a pair of Jordans. As soon as he able, at age 16, he began work commercially harvesting fish, crab, shrimp and clams. Just recently he'd landed the job of his dreams on a fishin
FBI investigating Lynnwood bar fight linked to Whidbey Island neo-Nazis
The people arrested over the weekend for allegedly assaulting two men at a Lynnwood tavern are self-professed members of a neo-Nazi group, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.
White Supremacist Gang Attacked Black D.J. at Seattle-Area Bar, Authorities Say
Just before 1 a.m. Saturday, a crew of white supremacist gang members descended on the Rec Room Bar & Grill, a normally relaxed bar in Lynnwood, Wash., about a half-hour drive north of Seattle, the authorities said.
Kent Dick's Drive-In Grand Opening This Week
KENT, WA - The newest - and southern-most - Dick's Drive-in restaurant will open in Kent this week. The long-anticipated location along Pacific Highway South is the first restaurant opened by the company since the Edmonds location in 2011.
14+ New Jobs In And Around Edmonds
From healthcare to hospitality, to teaching positions and retail, the job listings in this week's employment postings are chock-full of opportunities for those on the hunt for the perfect job. We have curated some of the most interesting openings recently listed around the area. Customize your searc
Hour-long power outage affects 800 in Edmonds Monday night
Lose your power Monday night? You weren’t alone. The Snohomish County PUD said that about 800 customers in Edmonds were without power for an hour Monday night. According to PUD spokesman Neil Neroutsos, the outage occurred around 9:50 p.m. and lasted about an hour. “I don’t have a cause, but we’ve h
City Council OKs 2019 budget, including $1.3 million for restoring Edmonds Marsh
By a unanimous vote and following weeks of discussion and amendments, the Edmonds City Council approved a 2019 city budget that includes $1.3. million to fund Edmonds Marsh restoration efforts.
8 Aryan Brotherhood Members Charged With Hate Crime In Washington
LYNNWOOD, WA — Eight people affiliated with the Aryan Brotherhood were arrested early Saturday at a western Washington bar following an attack on a DJ that charging documents indicate was racially motivated.
Second Edmonds housing meeting date changes from December to January
The City of Edmonds’ second informational public meeting on housing, previously scheduled for Dec. 13, has been moved to Jan. 10, 2019, due to holiday activities. The Jan. 10 meeting will be held in the Swedish/Edmonds Hospital Conference Room, from 7 to 8:30 pm.
City releases online survey about Edmonds welcome sign; next meeting Jan. 10
Here’s your chance to comment on the City of Edmonds’ design development process for the “Welcome to Edmonds” sign located on State Route 104. An online survey will be available through Thursday, Dec. 20. Following that, the city has set Thursday, Jan. 10 as its next meeting on the topic. Participan
Artfully Edmonds: Alley Bell Music strikes a creative chord with the younger set
I had just enough time to make it to the Edmond City Hall for the unveiling of our state’s first creative district (if you missed that story click here) when I stumbled onto an unusual scene: At a space adjacent to City Hall, where I expected to see a law office disgorging an occasional dignified ad
Mount Vernon Man Arrested in Hit and Run Crash on SR99
Edmonds, WA – A 36-year old Mount Vernon man was arrested on Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 and booked into the Snohomish County Jail after he allegedly fled from a vehicle crash in the 23600 block of Highway 99 in Snohomish County on Monday evening.
A group of alleged white supremacists were arrested after being accused of harassing black DJ in Washington
LYNNWOOD, Wash. -- A big brawl broke out at the Rec Room Bar and Grill in Lynnwood, Washington at 12:40 a.m. Saturday morning. According to witnesses, a group of about 15 to 20 alleged white supremacists used racial slurs and assaulted a black DJ, the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office reports. Some
Minor injuries for FedEx driver in Highway 104 collision Friday
The driver of a FedEx truck received minor injuries after his vehicle collided with a minivan attempting to cross State Route 104 at 240th Street Southwest early Friday evening.