Cecil Lacy Jr. (Family photo)

Court: New trial in case of man who told police ‘Can’t breathe’

Cecil Lacy Jr. of Tulalip died in 2015 while in police custody.

Cecil Lacy Jr. (Family photo)
A Sept. 10 satellite image shows smoke from U.S. wildfires blanketing the majority of the West Coast. (European Space Agency)

University of Washington professors talk climate change, U.S.-China relations

Downside for climate policy supporters is it can risk alienating moderate or right-leaning voters.

A Sept. 10 satellite image shows smoke from U.S. wildfires blanketing the majority of the West Coast. (European Space Agency)
Volunteers organized to tie up corn stalks to street lights at the end of September in preparation for the Friday Night Market. Photo by Ray Miller-Still

Enumclaw organizing Friday Night Markets this month

The first market will be on Oct. 9 at the corner of Cole St. and Myrtle Ave.

Volunteers organized to tie up corn stalks to street lights at the end of September in preparation for the Friday Night Market. Photo by Ray Miller-Still
Darrel N. Winston was charged with lying to investigators on Aug. 18.

Renton man involved in Drainage District 5 scam pleads guilty

Darrell N. Winston allegedly helped Allan and Joann Thomas try to conceal about $54,000 that was supposed to go to drainage ditch maintenance, but went to the Thomas’ personal use instead.

Darrel N. Winston was charged with lying to investigators on Aug. 18.
KC Assessors

Enumclaw to be visited by county assessors | Enumclaw police department

King County assessors canvas the entire county every six years - it’s now Enumclaw’s turn.

KC Assessors
Black Diamond police blotter | Sept. 14 - 20

Black Diamond police blotter | Sept. 14 – 20

Noisy zip lining, multiple arrests at traffic stops, and a dog rescued from a fire.

Black Diamond police blotter | Sept. 14 - 20
Pool remains closed with potential November grand re-opening

Pool remains closed with potential November grand re-opening

Repairing the pool deck and the plaster lining took a little longer than expected.

Pool remains closed with potential November grand re-opening
The nose of the 500th 787 Dreamliner at the assembly plant in Everett on Sept. 21, 2016. (Kevin Clark / Herald, file)

Report: Boeing will end 787 Dreamliner production in Everett

Boeing declined comment on a Wall Street Journal story saying the passenger jet’s assembly will move to South Carolina.

The nose of the 500th 787 Dreamliner at the assembly plant in Everett on Sept. 21, 2016. (Kevin Clark / Herald, file)
Buckley planning new park, wants public input

Buckley planning new park, wants public input

There will be several ways for Buckleyites to give their opinion on Miller Park in coming weeks and months.

Buckley planning new park, wants public input
Rep. Kim Schrier plans virtual “coffee break”
Rep. Kim Schrier plans virtual “coffee break”
In-paper debate: Introducing Legislative District Pos. 2 candidates Robertson, Clark

In-paper debate: Introducing Legislative District Pos. 2 candidates Robertson, Clark

Candidates answer questions on sex-ed bill, ‘defunding’ police.

In-paper debate: Introducing Legislative District Pos. 2 candidates Robertson, Clark
100 Women group to host October meeting

100 Women group to host October meeting

The group aims to have 100 women donate $100 each to a local nonprofit every quarter.

100 Women group to host October meeting
State health experts: Flu vaccine should be considered “essential” this year

State health experts: Flu vaccine should be considered “essential” this year

Everyone 6 months and older needs a flu vaccine, the state DOH says.

  • Sep 29, 2020
State health experts: Flu vaccine should be considered “essential” this year
Pierce County makes it clear, Electron Dam should go

Pierce County makes it clear, Electron Dam should go

An incident with artificial turf has led Pierce County to demand the Electron Dam to be removed and the Electron Powerhouse to stop work.

Pierce County makes it clear, Electron Dam should go
Local school districts moving closer to seeing students in buildings

Local school districts moving closer to seeing students in buildings

First up will be having a hybrid learning model with elementary students.

Local school districts moving closer to seeing students in buildings
Black Diamond interviews applicants for Council Pos. 6

Black Diamond interviews applicants for Council Pos. 6

Five applicants sent in paperwork, but only four showed up to the council zoom meeting.

Black Diamond interviews applicants for Council Pos. 6
Washington State Capitol Building in Olympia. File photo

Surge in consumer spending eases state budget challenges

A jump in tax collections cuts a projected $9 billion shortfall in half, acccording to new forecast.

Washington State Capitol Building in Olympia. File photo
City Council hears update from Wellness Foundation

City Council hears update from Wellness Foundation

The Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation provides food to school students and delivers meals to local seniors, among other services.

City Council hears update from Wellness Foundation
Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Sept. 7 - 17

Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Sept. 7 – 17

Kittens in the road, vandalism at EHS, and a tree across the road.

Enumclaw, Black Diamond police blotter | Sept. 7 - 17
In-paper debate, week 3: Stokesbary, Young on police accountability, state parks

In-paper debate, week 3: Stokesbary, Young on police accountability, state parks

This is part three of a debate between incumbent Drew Stokesbary and challenger Katie Young.

In-paper debate, week 3: Stokesbary, Young on police accountability, state parks