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SNOCAT Seeks the Public’s Help SNOCAT Seeks the Public’s Help 2019-01-15
SNOCAT Seeks the Public’s Help Locating Vehicle Theft Suspect
Drivers Reach 1 & 2 Million Mile Levels Drivers Reach 1 & 2 Million Mile Levels 2019-01-13
Community Transit drivers awarded for achievements in safe driving
First Lab-Confirmed Flu Death First Lab-Confirmed Flu Death 2019-01-12
Health officials remind public that it’s not too late for flu shots
Arrests made in homicide Arrests made in homicide 2019-01-12
at approximately 2:00 a.m. Everett Police Major Crimes detectives arrested a 33- year-old Everett woman in connection with this case.
Prepare for Alaskan Way Viaduct Closure Prepare for Alaskan Way Viaduct Closure 2019-01-11
Taking transit is an option, but buses will be crowded; everyone should prepare for delays
State Supreme Court rejects direct review of Seattle income tax case State Supreme Court rejects direct review of Seattle income tax case 2019-01-11
As expected, the state Supreme Court yesterday denied Seattle’s request for direct review of its effort to impose an income tax.
Everett Police seeking community feedback Everett Police seeking community feedback 2019-01-10
The Everett Police Department is currently updating the department’s strategic plan.
No Tobacco sales to anyone under 21 No Tobacco sales to anyone under 21 2019-01-09
Tobacco sales to anyone under 21 could become illegal
Police investigate Jan. 4 homicide Police investigate Jan. 4 homicide 2019-01-08
Just before 1:00 p.m. on Jan. 4, 2019 Everett Police was notified of a deceased body that had been discovered in a wooded area
Limited Commuter Service on MLK, Jr. Day Limited Commuter Service on MLK, Jr. Day 2019-01-08
Local buses will operate on regular schedule Monday, Jan. 21
Olympia News Bureau opens Olympia News Bureau opens 2019-01-07
The Olympia news bureau of the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association opened on Tuesday, Jan. 8, with four reporters ready to cover the state’s lawmakers.
Foot found on Jetty Island Foot found on Jetty Island 2019-01-02
Detectives with the Major Crimes Unit are investigating the discovery of a human foot that was found on Jetty Island in Everett.
Help sought to identify suspects Help sought to identify suspects 2019-01-02
Help sought to identify suspects in Everett robbery
New Year’s resolution New Year’s resolution 2019-01-01
New Year’s resolution: Plan for Alaskan Way Viaduct closure and beyond New videos available to help navigate when the new SR 99 tunnel opens
Ecology boosts water quality protections Ecology boosts water quality protections 2018-12-27
Ecology boosts water quality protections at existing Atlantic salmon net pens Updated permits will regulate Atlantic salmon farming until 2022 ban
Text-to-9-1-1 Service Available in Snohomish Text-to-9-1-1 Service Available in Snohomish 2018-12-26
Text-to-9-1-1 is an emergency service that has been available in Snohomish County since 2015, and on December 20th, 2018
Fire Department recruits graduate Fire Department recruits graduate 2018-12-24
ix Everett Fire Department recruits graduate from fire academy
Backpacks Delivered to Homeless Youth Backpacks Delivered to Homeless Youth 2018-12-23
Community Transit employees fill backpacks with gifts for teens attending Everett Public Schools
Bump Stock Ruling Bump Stock Ruling 2018-12-22
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker announces that the Department of Justice has amended the regulations of ATF, clarifying that bump stocks fall within the definition of "machine gun" under federal law
$22 million from VW settlement $22 million from VW settlement 2018-12-21
$22 million from VW settlement goes toward electric transit buses and low-emission school buses
FEMA Region 10 Monthly Media Outreach FEMA Region 10 Monthly Media Outreach 2018-12-20
FEMA Region 10 Monthly Media Outreach Network Test Invitation
BusFinder is Back Online BusFinder is Back Online 2018-12-19
Still not quite right? Try clearing your browsing data on your mobile device.
Ferry employees host annual Holiday Cruise Ferry employees host annual Holiday Cruise 2018-12-18
Ferry employees host annual Holiday Cruise, celebrating 33 years of giving
Carnegie Resource Center Opens Carnegie Resource Center Opens 2018-12-17
Carnegie Resource Center Opens as an Innovative Gateway to Services
GP's Wi-Fi not Hacked GP's Wi-Fi not Hacked 2018-11-29
It’s not yet clear yet how the students were able to send out the long list of network hotspot names. The school district said the high school’s Wi-Fi network was not hacked.
Fast moving fire displaces family Fast moving fire displaces family 2018-11-13
Firefighters contain fast moving fire, family is displaced
Death ruled a homicide Death ruled a homicide 2018-11-13
Arrest made after Everett death ruled a homicide
Woman kills husband Woman kills husband 2018-11-13
An Everett woman was arrested after admitting she killed her husband in Everett.
Ferries to honor veterans Ferries to honor veterans 2018-11-05
Ferries to honor veterans with moment of silence, POW/MIA flag this weekend
US 2: Peak Use Shoulder Lane closed US 2: Peak Use Shoulder Lane closed 2018-11-04
People who use eastbound US 2 between Everett and Lake Stevens should plan for travel delays as the peak-use shoulder lane will remain closed through Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 6.
Start preparing for winter driving now Start preparing for winter driving now 2018-10-29
Studded tires allowed in Washington from Nov. 1 to March 31
Muddy messes Muddy messes 2018-10-29
My kids give me gifts, often without even knowing it. This weekend I received a pair, or actually it was a pair of pairs.
Fatal officer involved shooting Fatal officer involved shooting 2018-10-23
Detectives with the Snohomish Count Multiple Agency Response Team are investigating a fatal officer involved shooting incident in Bothell.
SR 99 tunnel toll rates SR 99 tunnel toll rates 2018-10-15
State Transportation Commission adopts SR 99 tunnel toll rates
Weekend ferry schedule changes Weekend ferry schedule changes 2018-10-11
Nearly all trips to and from Colman Dock will follow a temporary sailing schedule on Saturday, Oct. 20, through Sunday, Oct. 21
$150K Grant To Children’s Museum Relocation $150K Grant To Children’s Museum Relocation 2018-10-10
City of Burlington Lodging Tax Committee To Recommend $150,000 Grant Toward Children’s Museum Relocation
Everett Fire welcomes new members Everett Fire welcomes new members 2018-10-09
City welcomes new members to Everett Fire leadership team
Sales tax cut Sales tax cut 2018-10-09
Revenue forecast shows it’s time for a sales tax cut
Fire at Port of Everett Fire at Port of Everett 2018-10-09
Everett Fire responds to second-alarm fire at Port of Everett Marina
Everett Police introduces Chief’s Community Advisory Board Everett Police introduces Chief’s Community Advisory Board 2018-10-04
Chief Templeman has appointed the inaugural Chief’s Community Advisory Board.
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