Edmonds School Board adopts resolution about guns

Members vote to urge raising the gun-buying age and to reject arming teachers.


Lynnwood plans $12M in sewer improvements

The city wants to be ready for an anticipated population boom around the mall and light rail.


Mother-in-law homes popular after cities ease restrictions

Lynnwood and Everett are seeing a spurt of growth after changing city codes to allow for this development.


State Patrol seeks witnesses to I-5 shooting near Lynnwood

Three bullet holes were found in one vehicle, but no one was hurt.

Suspect says he figured out how to hack retail gift cards

He stole at least $249,000 from Target alone, say police, who think he’s part of a fraud ring.

Man accused in drive-by shooting at another car on I-5

The suspect, who might have PTSD, reportedly said he acted in self-defense and feared for his life.

Suspect sought in robbery at Lynnwood gas station

The man reportedly jumped over the counter and took cash from the register.

Lynnwood Police hand out awards

Lynnwood Police Chief Tom Davis presented the department’s annual awards during a Feb. 12 City Council meeting. Recipients were selected by their peers. Rookie of… Continue reading

Students gather food, blankets for those in need

Hilltop Elementary School held an annual canned food drive and brought in over 2,900 cans for the Lynnwood Food Bank. Since mid-October, 22 Edmonds School… Continue reading

Band director is tops in region

Kate Labiak, band​ director at College Place Middle School, was recently named the Sno-King Music Educators Educator of the Year. Send submissions for Way to… Continue reading

State grants likely freedom to teen killer from Edmonds

Lars Snow will have to submit a release plan after serving 20-plus years for a Lynnwood-area murder.

Owner of Tacos Guaymas restaurants charged with felony theft

Salvador Sahagun is accused of using software to avoid paying $5.6 million in taxes.

Democrat Ruth Kagi won’t seek re-election to the state House

The 32nd District representative, first elected in 1998, has been a champion of children and education.

South county firefighter Brad Reading retires after 41 years

Reading led local fire departments through emergencies, conflicts and mergers.

Higher fares, altered routes possible for Community Transit

People have a chance to weigh in on the proposals at an April 5 hearing before the agency’s board.

Lynnwood prevails in red-light camera court case

A judge found no proof that automated camera tickets violated the plaintiffs’ civil rights.

Construction could start on new EdCC building this year

The delayed Science Engineering and Technology facility could open in early 2020.

Sound Transit chief executive gets ‘an important wake-up call’

An investigation found he has used offensive language and made the agency’s staff feel threatened.

Lynnwood family of four safe after house fire; 3 pets die

Officials reported that the fire appeared to be accidental and might have started in the attic.

All-Washington Team members

The All-Washington Academic Team program recognizes and honors the state’s finest community and technical college students. A ceremony is planned for March 22 in Olympia.… Continue reading