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Man shot, killed by Redmond police at Kirkland Safeway gas station identified
REDMOND, Wash. (AP) — A man shot to death by Redmond police in Kirkland has been identified as 40-year-old Marcelo Castellano.Kirkland police Capt. Mike St. Jean said Wednesday the Redmond police officers who shot Castellano were investigating Castellano for drug crimes and had probable cause for hi
Trucker arrested in 1987 killing of couple pleads not guilty
The couple was killed 30 years ago on a road trip from their hometown of Saanich, B.C., on Vancouver Island, to Seattle to pick up furnace parts for Cook's father. They never returned.
Drug Dealer 'Wicked' ID'd As Man Shot By Redmond Police
REDMOND, WA - The man shot and killed by Redmond detectives at a Kirkland Safeway last week was under investigation for dealing drugs and possessing contraband, according to court documents. Marcello "Wicked" Castellano, 39, had been released from jail on $20,000 bond after he was arrested by Redmon
Driver Fined After Runaway Truck Crash In Edmonds
EDMONDS, WA - Police have solved the case of the infamous Edmonds runaway tractor-trailer. The operator of the truck, according to Edmonds police, is facing a $191 fine for improperly operating the vehicle.
Woman Killed In Her Snohomish Home Was Educator In Everett School District
Holly Martinez, 45, was shot in her house in the 15600 block of 59th Drive SE Monday evening in what Sheriff's Office deputies believe may have been the result of a domestic violence dispute, according to a statement issued Monday night by the sheriff’s office.
Everett considering new rules for gun owners
Currently, under state or federal law, people are not required to report the theft or loss of a firearm.
Toddler Falls From Third Floor Of Everett Apartment
The screen is pushed out.The toddler landed on grass below the window.Children falling out of a window protected only by a screen is one of those things that can happen in the blink of an eye. Sadly that appears to be the case as Everett medics rushed a toddler to Providence Regional Medical Center
Rape, strangulation and assault: Three attacks by homeless people in Seattle in less than a month
In November 2015 the former mayor of Seattle, homosexual Ed Murray,declareda state of emergency in Seattle due to the homelessness situation. At that time, there was an estimated 10,000 people living on the streets. Fast-forward to May 2018 and the number of homeless people hasincreasedto over 12,10
Resident requests for Monroe Comp Plan due by July 31
The 2015-2035 Comprehensive Plan is the city’s 20-year development plan, and helps guide land use and future zoning and other development regulations. The plan also addresses capital facilities and utilities, transportation, economic development and parks and recreation.
Repaving begins in Everett Tuesday
Crews will grind down and remove old pavement, install new traffic detection wires, and repave and re-stripe roads.
Mill Creek city manager placed on leave after prolonged mystery absence
Then, nearly two weeks ago, council members issued a statement sayingPolizzotto had been placed on medical leave, and that there were no allegations of improper conduct.
VIDEO: Suspected porch pirate grabs package in Seattle
Related HeadlinesWoman says her Amazon device recorded private conversation, sent it out…Snohomish County Sheriff: Can you ID this package thief?
Major 520 Construction Set For July In Redmond
"In the morning, drivers headed to Northeast 51st Street end up stuck behind drivers exiting to Northeast 40th Street," said WSDOT Assistant Area Traffic Engineer Maan Sidhu. "As a result, the ramp traffic sometimes backs up on the mainline. By splitting the ramps, we can ease some of the congestion
Western Washington weather will rumble over Wednesday afternoon, evening
Marc WielandBe prepared for potential thunderstorms as Western Washington weather rumbles over Wednesday afternoon and into the evening.Check local weather conditions and forecasts“There’s a slight chance of thunderstorms with rain, maybe some small hail in some of the downpours, and gusty winds ass
Everett PD looking for person of interest - Mukilteo Beacon
Arriving officers found a male lying near a bus stop located on the east side of the street. The male, who was bleeding severely from his head, was later identified as 62 year-old Jay Agostinelli. He was a local homeless male known to camp in the Everett and Marysville area.
Woman shot, killed in her Snohomish home; man believed to be husband taken into custody
SNOHOMISH, Wash. — A 45-year-old Snohomish woman died after being shot in her home Monday night. A man believed to be her husband was taken into custody, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office said.
City Council creates Edmonds Youth Commission, raises questions about tree plan - My Edmonds News
Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling, center, honored retiring Edmonds-Woodway Vice Principal Geoff Bennett (to Earling’s right) with a proclamation during Tuesday night’s council meeting. Also in the photo, from left, are Bennett’s son Blair, wife Cyndy, and brothers Pete and Leigh. Read more about Bennett ‘
Pedestrian Train Death In Edmonds Was Suicide
EDMONDS, WA - The woman killed by a train in downtown Edmonds Saturday night died by suicide, according to the Snohomish County Medical examiner.
Seattle’s plastic utensil ban starts July 1
Starting July 1, Seattle businesses that sell food or drinks will be banned from offering petroleum-based plastic straws or utensils.The goal of the ban is to reduce waste and prevent the amount of plastic material that is polluting the marine environment. Businesses will need to switch to recyclabl
Oso memorial path, mailboxes planned at site of tragic landslide
OSO, Wash.- The 2014Oso landslide devastatedcommunities from Arlington to Darrington. Without warning consumed the tight-knit Steelhead Haven neighborhood along SR 530, killing 43 people. The search effort was massive and involved local and national first responders as well as local volunteers, some