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Life inside the Everett’s Boeing production facility: It’s like a city
EVERETT – Making airplanes is big business right now. There is a need to build thousands of airplanes to meet the passenger and cargo needs of the future. Up in Everett, more than 35-thousand people work at the Boeing production facility, working round the clock, getting those planes from the factor
Everett police look to creative solutions in fight against opioid crisis, crime
In one week in July, 57 people overdosed on opioids across Snohomish County, according to numbers from the Snohomish Health District. The majority of those – 21 – were reported to be in the city of Everett.
Public to sound off on plan to cut parking in Everett to make city more pedestrian-friendly
EVERETT, Wash.- The city of Everett is considering a proposal that could cut down on available parking, especially in the downtown area.
Mukilteo man survives 480-volt electric shock, community rallies around family
Rod LaFountaine is your standard "hard-working family man" who puts in 60 hours a week or more to support his wife and two sons.He has built a small electrical business in Mukilteo, NW Native Electrical.But all that was nearly gone in a flash.A high voltage electrical panel Rod was working on last m
Elderly woman pulled from burning SUV after crash into tree
EVERETT, Wash. -- An 83-year-old woman survived a fiery crash into a tree in Everett after being pulled from her flaming car by a witness, fire officials said.
Rare 'King-of-the-Salmon' fish washes up in Deception Pass
“They’re out there,” said Tim Campbell, the curator of fish and invertebrates at the Seattle Aquarium. “They’ve always been a resident of waters around here.”
Kickin' it up in Stanwood with Megs McLean
STANWOOD — Get on your cowboy boots and get ready to stomp Saturday night.Loco Billy’s Wild Moon Saloon, 27021 102nd Ave. NW, will host Saturday Stomp. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Everett is home to unique restaurants, quirky businesses
EVERETT, Wash. — Everett has deep working-class roots, but in recent years another identity has been quietly taking shape.
Video: Man Torches 22 Dumpsters In Bellevue, Redmond
BELLEVUE, WA - A 56-year-old man went on an arson spree early Wednesday morning in Bellevue and Redmond. The man lit more than 20 Dumpsters on fire across the two cities, according to police.
US 2 road construction expected to impact drives throughout Snohomish County - My Edmonds News
1of 2This map shows approximately where crews will be working during the next three US 2 weekend closures. (Maps courtesy WSDOT)Even on a typical weekend, traffic on these roads are slow-going. "Add the additional detoured vehicles that normally use westbound US 2, and traffic will be downright glac
Lawsuit: Former Bellevue College dean raped assistant for years
After S.R. began working at Bellevue College in 2009, as a front desk representative for the Assistant Dean for Student Programs, she was promoted quickly from a summertime to a full-time worker, then a full-fledged personal assistant to the official.
Seattle Children’s North Clinic Quietly Opens In North Everett
“We don’t do emergency or primary care,” said David Stolte, director of North Sound Regional Clinics. “We compliment, not compete.”
'We won't give up:' Family holds out hope of finding hiker missing in North Cascades
"She's a survivor. And she, she just wants to spread love and hope to everyone, and when she gets home she'll see she's done that," said Sayers.
Everett’s real estate market booming despite fears about Paine Field’s growth
“For me, it’s living right under the flight path,” said Jane Crawford. “We’re under the north-south flight path. I’ve heard from other neighbors that they’re concerned about the noise impact and dropping property values.”
New passenger terminal at Paine Field ‘will be very inviting, warm’
EVERETT, Wash. -- WhenPaine Fieldwas built in 1936, it was planned as a commercial passenger airport. But World War II changed those plans, and passenger flights were put on the backburner.
Lynnwood's Chief For a Day gets right to work
Luca, who lives in Lynnwood with his parents and two sisters, has endured multiple surgeries and continues therapy and medical interventions due to several health conditions, including spina bifida, hydrocephalus, slit ventricle syndrome, Chiari malformation, and tethered cord syndrome. His love for
Help Wanted: Stanwood busineses struggling to find workers
Buy NowZoe Ferguson, a 17-year-old Stanwood High student, worked last week at the Spartan Drive-In, one of many businesses in the area actively seeking workers like her.Ben Olson| Stanwood Camano News
Man Dies In Boat Accident On Snoqualmie River
MONROE, WA - A man died Sunday afternoon in a speeding boat accident along the Snoqualmie River northeast of the Cottage Lake area. The accident happened near 2 p.m. along the 23500 block of High Bridge Road.The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office reported that the man was thrown from his boat. Witnes
Kirkland Girls Eliminated From Softball World Series
Kirkland, representing the West, faced off against the Central team from Wheelsburg, Ohio, Monday in the quarterfinals. Kirkland made it to the world series after going 5-0 in the West Championships in San Bernadino, Calif., earlier this summer.
Ex-Seattle cop sentenced to 23 years to life for child rape
Amador was convicted in June of first-degree child molestation, second-degree child rape, third-degree child rape and first-degree incest in Seattle's King County Superior Court. He separately pleaded no contest to fourth-degree assault with sexual motivation.