Boeing's Renton headquarters could be moving in yet another cost-cutting measure for the airline giant.
The battle to contain COVID-19 is entering a new season and health officials are concerned that a predicted fall surge in cases has already arrived.
Detectives in Lake Stevens are looking for surveillance video from the neighbors of an 88-year-old man who was assaulted in his home and died six days later.
The shock hasn’t started wearing off after a shooting in a church parking lot in Snohomish County.
Snohomish County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a shooting in a church parking lot that left two people hospitalized with injuries.
Sentencing set for December
Two hospitalized after being shot in a church parking lot
The long-time owner of Everett Comics says a 4 ½ foot tall Batman statue that was stolen by two thieves can’t be replaced.
All lanes have reopened on southbound I-5 around 8:25 p.m. after a semi-truck jack-knifed across the interstate, blocking all lanes for several hours.
Health officials in Western Washington warn that counties are heading in the wrong direction as COVID-19 infections increase, attributing the rise to more time spent indoors in close settings without face masks.
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner confirmed Tuesday that human remains found last week belong to Kenna Harris, a woman who went missing earlier this year in Western Washington.
UPDATE: Investigators determined the explosion was a plastic pop bottle set off by an Edmonds man who was later arested.
Theater owners say they can't afford to operate at a reduced capacity.
Religious and faith based organizations have found their rhythm after state guidance was updated back in August.
Snohomish County's search and rescue team has responded to a whopping 330 calls this summer - the busiest year ever recorded for the volunteer team.
One man died in a mobile home fire Tuesday night.
A mobile home fire in Lynnwood Tuesday night claimed the life of a man.
A missing 8-week-old kangaroo named Jack has been found alive but scared in Monroe Tuesday afternoon. Jack is now at an animal shelter in Fall City where he is getting lifesaving medication.
Hop on the phone and call police if you see it.
More than 80,000 vehicles travel across one of the North Sound’s busiest highway connectors.