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Located about 28 miles north Seattle, Everett is home to the largest public marina on the west coast of the U.S. It is also home to Boeing's assembly plant for the 747, 767, 777, and the new 787 in the largest building in the world by volume at 116.5 million cubic feet. Everett is also home to the Port of Everett, an international shipping port that brings trade, commerce, jobs and recreational opportunities to the city.

Population: 103500
Local Newspapers: The Everett Daily Herald
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Seahawks (NFL) Seattle Mariners (MLB) Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL) Seattle Storm (WNBA) Seattle Sounders FC (MLS)
Local Colleges: Everett Community College

Zip Codes associated with everett, washington: 98201 98203 98204 98205 98208
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Everett News
Officials: White House fence jumper tried again, at Treasury

The Secret Service says a woman who got tangled up by her shoelaces after trying to jump the White House fence last week has been arrested again after a similar stunt. Thirty-eight-year-old Marci Anderson Wahl of Everett, Washington, was arrested after an alarm sounded about 2:15 a.m. Sunday.

White House fence jumper tried again, at Treasury

The Secret Service says a woman who got tangled up by her shoelaces after trying to jump the White House fence last week has been arrested again after a similar stunt. Thirty-eight-year-old Marci Anderson Wahl of Everett, Washington, was arrested after an alarm sounded about 2:15 a.m. Sunday.

Right on: Everett takes on OxyContin makers

GIVE Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson and the Everett City Council credit for boldness. Inspired by a stellar work of journalism about the irresponsible makers of OxyContin, the city filed a groundbreaking lawsuit to recoup costs of the epidemic.

Woman who tried to jump White House fence dangles by shoelaces

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Nose tackle Mosese Fifita tips the scales at more than 300 pounds, a first for Air Force

Size-challenged Air Force has something in nose guard Mosese Fifita that it has never featured - a player weighing in at more than 300 pounds. Fifita has proven to be more than simply big.

CEO whose firm refused to hire Muslims paysa

The head of a Washington state aerospace company sent whose CEO refused to hire Muslims, gave the thumbs up to jokes about killing them and who told employees they must have babies to keep American from being "backfilled with rubbish from the despera CEO whose firm refused to hire Muslims pays $485,000 settlement The head of a Washington state aerospace company sent whose CEO refused to hire Muslims, gave the thumbs up to jokes about killing them and who told employees they must have babies to keep American from being "backfilled with rubbish from the despera Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2n0gG9Y Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson smiles as he speaks with the media on the steps of the federal courthouse after an immigration hearing there on March 15, 2017, in Seattle.

Among white Americans, people without college degrees are driving an increase in death rates

Police check for people living below an Everett, Wash., highway overpass, a spot known for drug use. Whites without college degrees are seeing higher death rates as a result of drug overdoses, alcoholism and suicide and a recent halt in a decline in deaths due to heart disease.

After making racist remarks about Mexicans, two fire commissioners face angry public

Snohomish County Fire District 1 commissioners, from left: David Chan, Bob Meador, Jim McGaughey . Not shown: Richard Schrock and Jim Kenny .

Kirby&Carlson March23--8am hour

The only thing moving slower than Puget Sound traffic is the legislative effort to roll back car tab taxes for Sound Transit 3, the $54 billion project to extend light rail to Tacoma, Redmond and Everett, WA. . 8am hour--P.M. Teresa May tries to soothe Britain after yesterday's fatal terrorist attack, frequent guest Ralph Peters has two concerns after yesterday's fatal car and knife attack, ST3 car tax relief is looking more difficult to achieve, WSJ journal provides a concise explanation of the latest twist in Pres.

WH Fence Jumper - Caught by Her Laces' Found dangling by officers after getting stuck.

The U.S. Secret Service on Wednesday said a woman attempted to jump the White House fence on Tuesday but got stuck by her shoelaces and was promptly arrested. Uniformed Division Officers saw the woman walking around the White House before she tried to jump the fence on E Street, a statement from the agency said.

Three years later, families, officials and scientists wrestle with lessons learned from Oso landslide

In this Wednesday, May 25, 2016 photo, a U.S. flag flutters in the wind near the site of a massive 2014 mudslide that killed 43 people in Oso, Wash. A flag, put up by volunteers helping search the area, stands in the ruins of a home left at the end of a deadly mudslide from the now-barren hillside seen about a mile behind, Tuesday, March 25, 2014, in Oso, Wash.

Woman charged after she was found dangling by her shoelaces from White House fence

A security fence around the perimeter of the White House in Washington, D.C., on March 18. An Everett, Wash., woman who was arrested Tuesday night after her shoelaces got caught in the top of the White House fence as she tried to scramble over was ordered released after a hearing in D.C. Superior Court on Wednesday. Officers observed Marci Wahl, 38, hanging inside the fence by her shoelaces, according to charging documents.

Expert panel to discuss drug addiction and treatment Thursday

"Our community has been significantly impacted by the opioid epidemic," said Stephanson. "Nearly every one of us has a friend or family member who has been affected by addiction, and these complex challenges have overwhelmed our city resources and treatment systems.

OxyContin maker asks judge to toss case brought by city

The maker of the pain medication OxyContin has asked a federal judge in Seattle to throw out a Washington city's lawsuit that seeks to hold the drugmaker responsible for allowing its pills to flood the black market and into Everett. Purdue Pharma argued in court documents filed Monday that there is no basis in law for a municipality to bring such an action against a pharmaceutical manufacturer.

OxyContin maker asks judge to toss case brought by city

In this Feb. 16, 2017, photo, a discarded syringe sits in the dirt with other debris under a highway overpass where drug users are known to congregate in Everett, Wash. As overdose deaths from opioids and heroin spiked the mayor of Everett, Ray Stephanson, took steps to tackle the epidemic devastating this working-class city north of Seattle.

Purdue Pharma's headquarters are located at 201 Tresser Blvd., in downtown Stamford.

Purdue Pharma filed Monday a motion in a Washington state court to dismiss a lawsuit filed earlier this year by the city of Everett, Wash., that alleges the company is responsible for an epidemic of opioid abuse that has ravaged the city in recent years. Seen by some legal observers as potentially creating a wave of litigation by cities against the pharmaceutical company, Everett's lawsuit asserts Stamford-based Purdue ignored its legal duty to stop the diversion of its top-selling drug, OxyContin, into the black market.

Thank These Riveting Robots for Planes That Don't Fall Apart

If you feel like you've taken a beating after spending eight hours on a plane, try spending a shift on the assembly line that rolls out the flying metal tubes you so hate. It takes two humans to install each of the more than 60,000 rivets that hold a Boeing 777 together: one firing the rivet gun, the other holding the steel bucking bar that forces the fastener into place.

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