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Edmonds neighbors sound alarm over train horn noise
EDMONDS, Wash — Jerry Hardie loves the sights and sounds from his Edmonds condo — the birds, the ferries, "it's all good sounds," he said. Train horns from the Dayton Street crossing below blast all day and into the night. "It's pretty annoying," said Hardie. There have been...
RAW VIDEO: Burglar breaks into Lynnwood home
Lynnwood Police arrested a 23-year-old man connected to several burglaries targeting Asian and Indian families in Western Washington.
Vital Washington Bridge Closes This Sunday: What You Need to Know
This weekend's closure is just the preparation for a much longer 4-month closure starting soon. WSDOT Closing the Snohomish River Bridge Sort Term & Then Long Term. This Sunday is the beginning of WSDOT making preparations for a 4-month-long closure of the 96-year-old Snohomish River Bridge. If you drive between Everett and Marysville, get ready for slowdowns and much longer commute times. This Sunday the closure starts at 8 am and lasts until 5 pm with all northbound lanes being completely closed. The northbound traffic will be re-routed through a detour using I-5 northbound. The closure will be between Marine View Drive in Everett and 28th Place Northeast on Smith Island (mileposts 4 & 5). During the closure, WSDOT crews will take measurements so the correct materials are gathered for the 4-month long-term closure which is expected to start soon.
Seattle weather: Foggy Friday morning with mountain snow
SEATTLE - What an amazing sunset we got to enjoy today! Mount Rainier, along with the rest of our Cascade Mountains, are gearing up for heavy snow this weekend. Snow levels will be lowering through the weekend. By Monday, levels will be near the surface, near 500 feet. If you...
Teen arrested for arsons in Port Orchard
PORT ORCHARD, Wash. - Kitsap County deputies have arrested a 16-year-old boy suspected of starting two massive fires in Port Orchard this week. Deputies arrested the teenager around 3:30 p.m. on Thursday. According to police, the first fire broke out at a storage facility near SE Lund Ave and Jackson...
Embark on a Culinary Journey: Top 8 Korean Restaurants in Edmonds
This article presents a list of 8 exceptional Korean restaurants in Edmonds. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these yet? If so, we'd love to hear from you! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Two plead not guilty in alleged 2021 road racing incident that killed Edmonds woman
Two Lynnwood-area residents appeared in Snohomish County Superior Court on Wednesday to answer charges stemming from a vehicle crash during an alleged road racing incident that claimed the life of then-34-year-old Molly Lally of Edmonds. The 21-year-old defendants, Sebastian Smith and Shay Daniels, were both 18 at the time of the incident. Both defendants have been charged with two crimes, one count of vehicular homicide and one of vehicular assault, the latter related to injuries sustained by a passenger in one of the vehicles. They pleaded not guilty to both charges.
Shoreline Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 33 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories
Shoreline Feb 22 Weekly Crime Report: 33 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories. During the last week, Shoreline, a place known for its tranquility, has been shaken by a total of 33 reported crime cases. The most common type of crime was theft, with 14 cases, making up approximately 42% of all reported crimes. This was followed by Automatic Fire Alarm (AFA) cases, which totaled 8, and assault cases, which numbered 5. These three types of crimes together accounted for over 81% of the total crimes reported. Other reported crimes included vandalism (3 cases), arrests (2 cases), and a single case of trespassing. These statistics reveal an alarming increase in theft cases, indicating a need for increased vigilance among residents and more stringent measures from local law enforcement.
County Councilmember Strom Peterson: An update on the bridge housing facility in Edmonds
Publisher’s note: This information was provided by District 3 Snohomish County Councilmember Strom Peterson in a newsletter to constituents and is being republished here with permission. As we reported when the county first announced plans in August 2022 to purchase Edmonds’ America’s Best Value Inn, bridge housing is designed to provide immediate shelter in a stable environment, with 24/7 support services. It is considered a first step toward permanent housing and comes with medical and mental health help, job services and other immediate needs.
A man accused of stabbing another passenger on a Seattle to Las Vegas flight charged with assault
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A man who witnesses say stabbed another passenger on an airline flight and told authorities he intended to kill the victim has been charged with assault with a dangerous weapon.
Deputies looking for suspects accused of shooting, killing woman inside her home
Kitsap County Sheriff’s deputies are asking for the public’s help for information that could crack an unsolved homicide nearly a year after two gunmen opened fire at a Bremerton home, killing a mother of four inside.
Mountlake Terrace Police Blotter: Feb. 14-20, 2024
6000 block of 236th Street Southwest: Police investigated a report of an exposure. 5900 block of 244th Street Southwest: A person in crisis was reported. The subject was transported to the hospital for assistance. 5800 block of 236th Street Southwest: A subject was reported in a homeowner’s backyard. The homeowner...
Public welcome to electronics recycling, paper shredding, and food pantry donation event at Edmonds College on March 2
Edmonds College will host an electronics recycling, paper shredding, and food pantry donation event open to the public from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, in parking lots E and F. Signs will be posted at the campus entrance of 68th Avenue West and 200th Street Southwest....
Seattle Traffic Stops: A Practical Guide for Dealing with SPD
Seattle's approach to traffic enforcement and stops by the Seattle Police Department (SPD) has undergone significant changes aimed at promoting public safety, reducing biases, and enhancing the community's trust in law enforcement. These changes are crucial for drivers to understand, ensuring that interactions with the SPD are informed and respectful of both parties' rights and responsibilities.
“A Total Surprise” – Geologists Uncover New Origin Story for Deadly Seattle Fault
Magnetic evidence indicates that the dangerous Seattle fault zone may have originated from the continent’s edge splitting in half over 50 million years ago, offering a potential new explanation for the fault’s formation. The Seattle fault zone consists of a series of shallow faults cutting across the Puget...
Coast Guard launches traffic control -- for whales in Puget Sound
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Can rent stabilization help Washington residents?
Rent control, rent stabilization, and anti-price gouging — oh my! Those are three commonly referenced ideas when it comes to tackling skyrocketing rents. It's a problem the Seattle area knows well. But these solutions are often conflated and may not fully address the issue causing the affordability crisis, according to Mike Wilkerson, an urban economist with ECOnorthwest, a local consulting firm focused on issues of housing, environment, economy, and more.
Council hears another pitch for red light cameras, OKs parkland property purchase in southeast Edmonds
This article has been updated with the addition of a chart showing intersection-related crashes in 2023 and the specific number of red-light related crashes. Red-light cameras and whether they should be installed in Edmonds dominated the discussion at Tuesday’s Edmonds City Council meeting. Council President Vivian Olson explained that...
Woman killed, man hurt in US 2 head-on collision near Snohomish
A 55-year-old woman was killed.
Man Shot While Driving On I5 Near Seattle
A man person was shot while driving on I-5 south of Seattle. Washington State Patrol Troopers are Looking for a person, they say, shot at car along I-5 near Seattle. In a report, detectives say that just before 11 pm on February 19, 2024, Washington State Patrol (WSP) received a 911 call from a person stating that they were shot at southbound I-5 near I-405 in Tukwila, Washington.