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Vehicle of Lynnwood man missing since last August may have been found

July 15, 2016

(MUKILTEO, WA.) – Detectives with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office believe the vehicle of a Lynnwood man who went missing last August has been found.

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Bellevue Man Arrested For Alleged Sex Offenses

July 15, 2016

(BELLEVUE, WA.) -- Bellevue Police announced Thursday they had arrested on Tuesday a 22 year-old Bellevue man after two women and a girl came forward "alleging a host of sex offenses," according to a police statement.

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WSDOT publishes 20-year framework for statewide public transportation

July 01, 2016

(OLYMPIA, WA.) – The 2016 Washington State Public Transportation Plan is now available from the Washington State Dept. of Transportation (WSDOT. The plan provides a 20-year diverse and integrated framework for public and private transportation systems and services.

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Body recovered from Snohomish River identified

July 01, 2016

(SNOHOMISH, WA.) -- With help from tips that came in from the public and dental records, major crimes detectives with the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office were able to positively identify a woman recovered from the Snohomish River on June 26.

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Fuse lit for July 4th weekend ferry travel
Extra sailings added to handle 2016’s anticipated busiest weekend


June 30, 2016

(SEATTLE, WA) – Washington State Ferries (WSF) will add sailings to accommodate the 437,000 ferry passengers projected to travel during this long July 4th holiday weekend.

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