When 175,000 residents of Snohomish County lost power Aug. 29, PUD spokesman Neil Neroutsos noted it was the highest number since 1993.
MARYSVILLE – The fire department called in extra crews Saturday to keep up with the volume of weather-related calls.
A temporary restraining order has been filed regarding the release of certain records related to the shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School last fall, a sheriff's news release says.
MARYSVILLE – A project that took 20 years to complete culminated Aug. 28 as bulldozers removed part of a levee, reopening 350 acres of historic wetlands to threatened salmon.
ARLINGTON – A 63-year-old Arlington man is dead after shooting his wife then turning the gun on himself 6 1/2 hours later.
Just like others came to our help during the Oso landslide and Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting disasters, so too should we help the victims of the wildfires in Eastern Washington.
ARLINGTON - Arlington football coach Greg Dailer doesn't look to change the offensive formula this coming season.
MARYSVILLE — Despite a mass-senior exodus for the Marysville-Pilchuck football team, coach Brandon Carson says they are still league contenders.
MARYSVILLE – Gary Haga has been walking around east Marysville for more than three years carrying his sign.
MARYSVILLE – With a name like Smiley, you have to figure he's a happy man. David Smiley, who will be 84 in October, really is happy. That's one of his secrets for being so healthy so late in life.
TULALIP – "Love the earth," master carver Jewel James passionately yelled to a crowd on the beach as Canada geese swam in calm Tulalip Bay. "The earth's dying."
MARYSVILLE – Residents are asked to be alert for a potential child luring suspect after an incident Aug. 22.
MARYSVILLE — For the eighth year, Strawberry Fields was swamped with dogs being bathed, towel-dried and trimmed. But in addition to pet grooming and vendors, this year's Scrub-A-Mutt officially dedicated itself to being "Save-A-Mutt."
MARYSVILLE – The city of Marysville encourages residents to "Buy Local." But what exactly does that mean?
ARLINGTON — A barrage of gunfire at his ex-girlfriend’s house has landed an Arlington man in trouble with the law again.
TULALIP – A Totem Pole Blessing will take place Sunday, Aug. 23, at 10 a.m. at the Greg Williams Gym, 6700 Totem Beach Road.
MARYSVILLE – The Marysville YMCA is celebrating 20 years in town with a weeklong celebration Aug. 24-28.
ARLINGTON — The rise in substance abuse in young people is startling — particularly that kids as young as 12 are getting into it.
ARLINGTON – Acting Fire Chief Tom Cooper asks residents to be especially cautious about fire because many local resources have been sent over the mountains to battle blazes in Eastern Washington.
MARYSVILLE – The first law passed in the town of Marysville, before it even became a city, was on April 4, 1891 was to ban prostitution.