Everett

A wobbly calf grows into a 1,000-pound Lake Stevens behemoth

A shaggy and sometimes cranky bison is the last of his herd. He lives amid encroaching suburbia.

 

Storm knocks power out for thousands in Snohomish County

Many of the outages are concentrated in the Everett, Arlington Heights and Oso areas.

 

FBI operation leads to 3 arrests for exploitation

Several Snohomish County law enforcement agencies assisted with a FBI…

 

Volunteers sought to clean up homeless camp south of Everett

The Hand Up Project will lead the effort this weekend on private wooded land off of Avondale Road.

UFO at Paine Field playground was left by an artist — not aliens

The flying saucer at community park in Everett is a cosmic attraction.

Charged in stabbing, his long list of felonies could grow

The Arlington man is accused of attacking a man who interrupted a possible burglary in Everett.

‘Welcome to fall’: Get ready for big winds and heavy rain

The Weather Service is warning people to prepare for power outages, possible flooding and falling trees.

Chef James Abbott makes Buck’s peanut butter pie at Buck’s American Cafe in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Whipped dream: Chef shares recipe for Buck’s peanut butter pie

It’s a slice of pure peanut butter bliss. And a whopper at that, weighing in at three-quarters of a pound. Peanut butter pie… Continue reading

Chef James Abbott makes Buck’s peanut butter pie at Buck’s American Cafe in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

1 shot dead, another wounded in apparent Everett robbery

There are indications the victims might have known the shooter, who apparently fled in a vehicle.

This dental office devoted a day to free care for veterans

All Smiles Northwest in Everett was among businesses observing Freedom Day USA.

Second teen charged after $1 million in school vandalism

Two teens now face felony charges for damage at two schools in Darrington last summer.

Hiding in plain sight: Burned Everett building had rich past

It was a hotel, boarding house, fraternal lodge, church, dance studio and office furniture store.

500 tires go up in flames at a store south of Everett

There were no injuries. And it was nowhere near as bad as that months-long tire fire in 1984.

Funds up for council vote would aid conservation district

District stands to receive an extra $1 million each year, if the County Council gives its approval.

A pot deal between teens leaves them injured, facing charges

Police found out about the incident when both ended up at the same hospital that night.

Q&A: The Everett mayoral candidates discuss the issues

We put questions to Cassie Franklin and Judy Tuohy about the challenges in a growing and evolving city.

And this year’s winners of Everett’s Monte Cristo Awards are…

The awards recognize local homeowners and businesses that take special care of their properties.

Korean War veteran Gerald Rogers, 85, of Everett, flies American flags outside his condominium in south Everett. Rogers recently took an Honor Flight trip to Washington, D.C. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Honor Flights treat veterans to trip to Washington, D.C.

Everett’s Gerald Rogers, who served in the Korean War, recently returned from a guided tour.

Korean War veteran Gerald Rogers, 85, of Everett, flies American flags outside his condominium in south Everett. Rogers recently took an Honor Flight trip to Washington, D.C. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett mayoral candidate Q&A with Judy Tuohy

“What I’m hearing is most of our citizens are overtaxed. They’re struggling to just keep up.”

Everett mayoral candidate Q&A with Cassie Franklin

“We’re going to have to make some very tough decisions. Every department is going to be looked at.”