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City Moving Ahead To Make Rucker More Pedestrian Friendly In Downtown Everett
Some long-delayed improvements to Rucker Avenue in downtown Everett, Washington will move forward this spring according to a press release sent out by the City of Everett Thursday.
Garbage trucks gather missed pickups across Puget Sound; drop off points open Saturday
Garbage trucks are finally making their way to neighborhoods that have been hit hard in back-to-back snow storms. Many neighborhoods have gone two weeks without pickups leaving some wondering what to do.
Police searching for suspect who allegedly assaulted postal worker after fatal crash in Everett
Everett police are asking the public's help to identify a suspect who police say attacked a postal worker after a fatal crash last month. On Jan. 22, officers responded to a fatal crash on Pacific Avenue and Colby Avenue. A USPS truck had struck and killed a pedestrian.
Doctors, nurses in Everett use street medicine to stop spread of infectious disease
EVERETT, Wash. - You’ve seen them through the car window as you drive by and on the sidewalk, where you pick up your pace to avoid them. But Dennis Kelly and his team of volunteers who make up Mercy Watch really see the homeless.
See the fastest sport on ice in Everett
EVERETT, Wash. — Xtreme International Ice Racing is the fastest sport on ice. “It's very technical,” says racer Jay "The Wild Thing" Maloney. “It's very aggressive.” Nitro charged dragster bikes race side by side at 50 to 60 miles an hour in hockey arenas.
Drs. Sanford Weight, Keith Maxwell & more: 5 spine & neurosurgeons making headlines
Here are five spine and neurosurgeons making headlines. Everett, Wash.-based Providence Medical Group's Cranial, Spine and Joint Clinic neurosurgeon Sanford Weight, MD, retired from surgery Feb. 8, taking a part-time position with Western Washington Medical Group's Orthopedic Sports, Spine & Hand Ce
Aberdeen teacher arrested in Marysville child rape
MARYSVILLE, Wash. - Officers arrested an elementary school teacher in Aberdeen Thursday who’s a suspect in a child rape in Marysville. Ryan Harless, 35, is a P.E. teacher at McDermoth Elementary in Aberdeen, according to the Aberdeen School District.
Everett Motel Fire Caused By Drug-Addled Guest: Police
EVERETT, WA - Police on Wednesday said a drug-addled 44-year-old man admitted to burning rubber in the bathroom of his unit at an Everett motel, causing smoke, charring, and concern.
5 reasons why Everett is taking off
After pushing back the launch date, Alaska Airlines recently announced it will start passenger service from Everett’s Paine Field In March. The daily non-stop flights include Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Orange County, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose.
Recent white supremacist activity in Washington is not new
This is the second in a two-part series on white supremacist activity in the Northwest. Read part one here. When a group attacked a DJ at a Lynnwood bar last December, it surprised some that the assault was carried out by a gang of white supremacists.
Everett seniors seek help battling snowfall
EVERETT, Wash. — Bill Wincksworth had just put up a ladder to start shoveling snow off his car port when it collapsed. At 80 years old, it could've been devastating. "Boom! Down it came," he said. "I'm just thankful nobody got hurt."
Just One Washington Restaurant Gets AAA 5-Diamond Rating
WOODINVILLE, WA - AAA has released its exclusive five-diamond list of restaurants and just one restaurant in Washington made the cut. The list, released Thursday, includes just 67 restaurants in North America and only three new restaurants were added this year.
1 killed, several hurt in head-on crash, Renton officials say
RENTON, Wash. — One person was killed and several others injured in a head-on crash Friday morning in Renton. Police and medics were called before 11:00 a.m. to SW Grady Way and Longacres Drive SW.
Wednesday Update For Everett: Garbage Collection A Go, Schools Still No
5:45 AM: Rubatino says they will resume residential garbage collection but will not be picking up recycling or yard waste. You can set out double loads to make up for last week.
Rantz: City of Edmonds tries to silence ‘Build the Wall’ baker, then lies about
The City of Edmonds got itself into a bit of a pickle they’re trying desperately to get out of. In a Facebook post earlier this week, the Diversity Commission condemned the Edmonds baker for his “Build the Wall” Valentine’s Day cookie, after the cookie’s message triggered one customer. Though they d
Everett's trendy coffee shop serves up love (and coffee)
EVERETT, Wash. — It's hip, hot and happenin'. And not just the coffee! They serve up coffee and more at Everett's Narrative Coffee Co. Award-winning baristas choose two filter and two espresso varieties daily, one "tame" and one "wild," as they say.
Washington Earthquake 2019 Today Strikes Olympia
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Washington earthquake 2019 today has hit moments ago. The Washington earthquake today began outside Olympia. Damage assessment is pending. USGS indicates to news that a 2.8 magnitude quake started outside Shelton with a moderate depth. The quake was 24 miles from Olympia. It wa
Dog missing for 5 months found due to Snohomish deputy's intuition
According to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Deputy Ron Doersch felt what he called an ‘unexplained pull’ to return to Gold Bar using an unusual route after he finished his patrol in Index late last week.
Lawsuit alleges Arlington police ‘radically escalated’ encounter with distraught 17-year-old girl before shooting her
A federal civil-rights lawsuit filed Thursday alleges two Arlington police officers used excessive force when they shot and critically injured a suicidal 17-year-old girl who refused to get out of her car and held a 3-inch pocketknife to her throat.
7-year-old Roman recognized for saving 1,500 dogs
EVERETT, Wash. — It's been a big year for a young boy named Roman and his family's dog rescue group Project Freedom Ride. Since his story first aired on KING 5 in November 2017, Roman's inspiring videos have been seen all over the world and helped more than 1,500 dogs find a forever home.