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YMCA's Invest in Youth hits $1.2 million mark YMCA of Snohomish County has raised more than $1.2 million during its 2013 Invest in Youth campaign, 8 percent more than last year and exceeding its goals.
A woman whose dogs were depicted in a graphic dog fight video has finally been charged with animal cruelty .
On Tuesday, May 14, animal organization Pasado's Safe Haven stated that all of the dogs belonging to an Edmonds, Wash.
A Good Samaritan's brave act - caught on tape and posted on Facebook - revealed a backyard dog fight and potentially saved an animal 's life.
Police here are investigating how a photo of minors engaged in a sex act ended up on a social media site.
Police and animal control officers are investigating allegations of animal cruelty involving several dogs at an Edmonds home.
The three Edmonds City Council members whose terms expire this year all had filed to run in the coming election, as online and in-person filing opened Monday.
A frail 62-year-old man spent two days being held hostage and threatened at knifepoint by his son and was only able to escape by pretending he needed to buy milk for his wife's in-home daycare, according to the Lynnwood Police Department.
Three students from two high schools in Edmonds and Shoreline have been suspended after one allegedly posted on Twitter a photo allegedly showing the other two having sex with a girl, apparently a 15-year-old classmate, reports KIRO radio.
Gas prices in the Edmonds area are tipping the $4 mark for a gallon of regular unleaded fuel as road trip season approaches, but prices aren't expected to reach the levels seen in 2012.
The city is joining a number of other cities in Snohomish County to voice their concerns about the proposed coal export Pacific Gateway Terminal project.
If it weren't for all that rain, we could have almost literally seen a vigorous thunderstorm move over us on Monday afternoon, all the way from the Sound to the Mountains.
The Edmonds Police Department is asking for assistance from the public. On Saturday May 11, 2013 at about 2:40 PM, Edmonds Police were involved in an incident in downtown Edmonds off of Main Street involving a black Audi sedan.
It is a must to write this letter, and also a great privilege. It has been a while, but the professionalism of two responders to take my 101 year-old mother to Swedish Hospital in Edmonds from a rehab place in Lynnwood, has stayed in my mind.
Editor's Note: The following is a press release from the city of Edmonds. Edmonds' residents, it's time to put on your thinking caps! The City of Edmonds is asking for your input on a name for the SR104 mini park located at 131 Sunset Avenue.