Edmonds

Everett woman’s friend ‘came running up with tears in her eyes’

Snohomish County residents in Las Vegas describe chaos Sunday night, then a somber Monday morning.

Free monthly film series in Edmonds focuses on social issues

The Saturday movies highlight international adoption, immigration and special-needs children.

Edmonds city talking about opening a community garden

The proposal has to be approved by both the City Council and the Snohomish County Council.

Fall ferry schedules, fares here

Fall schedules for Washington State Ferries start Sunday, Oct. 1, along with the first wave of new fare hikes. The fare for a standard-sized vehicle… Continue reading

A young Edmonds student sympathized — so felon carjacked her

Christa Gleason, 26, was sentenced to seven years for the crime at Edmonds Community College.

A city’s effort to change Columbus Day proves ‘divisive’

In Edmonds, the City Council rejected a Diversity Commission recommendation. Columbus is out.

Man with shotgun confronts man on toilet about missing phone

Police say the victim was doing his business when the suspect barged in and threatened him.

Man arrested after police find van full of drugs, cash and guns

An officer on patrol noticed a vehicle by itself in the middle of a WinCo parking lot at 2 a.m.

Edmonds to add bike lanes in two areas

Crews will begin the first phase of work Thursday and Friday, weather permitting.

Serial killer wannabe admits trying to kill man she met online

She told police she planned to rip out her victim’s heart and eat it — and would continue killing.

Edmonds-Woodway High School briefly locked down

A student tried to stop a fight and a boy, 16, responded by threatening the student with a knife.

Commuters rewarded for ditching cars

Michelle McDonald, of Everett, was named Community Transit’s Smart Commuter of the Second Quarter. McDonald works at Premera Blue Cross in Mountlake Terrace. For 24… Continue reading

This very rare bird in Edmonds is 4,000 miles from home

The swallow-tailed gull, from the Galapagos Islands, has been seen in the U.S. only three times.

Community Transit donates vans, buses to nonprofits

Community Transit recently donated 10 vehicles to 12 local community organizations. The vehicles had reached the end of their service life at the agency. Since… Continue reading

The trouble started when a Subway ran out of a topping

In Edmonds, a customer allegedly threatened the clerk. A police chase ended in a crash.

Edmonds waterfront connector starts with 2-year design phase

The first step toward building a $30 million project to provide emergency and pedestrian access to the city’s waterfront will soon be under… Continue reading

Bird Fest’s keynote speaker has studied woodpeckers for 20 years

Steve Shunk’s involvement with serious birding started simply enough. “One of my colleagues who was a birder handed me a pair of binoculars and said,… Continue reading

Edmonds college campus’ smoking, vaping ban begins Sept. 11

Smoking on the Edmonds Community College campus ends Monday. The college’s board of trustees earlier this summer approved a change in policy that… Continue reading

Teachers learn 3D printing at Edmonds CC

Community college faculty from across Washington state and several local high school teachers learned how to build and use 3D printers July 25-26 at Edmonds… Continue reading