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Trick-or-treaters in Lynnwood, wearing masks from “Scream,” apparently weren’t interested in candy.
Through its rituals, death is seen as a natural part of life, and the dearly departed are celebrated.
Joseph Peralta stabbed his girlfriend more than a dozen times inside a drug store.
A federal judge has yet to decide whether a lawsuit over Lynnwood’s traffic-enforcement cameras will get class-action status. The city, meanwhile, has sought… Continue reading
A tree-planting ceremony was held Oct. 19 at the YWCA Trinity Place complex in Lynnwood. An 8-foot Japanese snowbell was planted in front of the… Continue reading
A search warrant reveals new details about Andrew Henckel, the drowned boy’s 19-year-old uncle.
LYNNWOOD —A man who died after a two-car crash Monday night on Highway 99 has been identified as a south Snohomish County man. Joshua Tolliver,… Continue reading
His co-workers found him after the truck he’d been driving hit a wall outside a Lynnwood business.
The Lynnwood Transportation Benefit District last week considered a vote on whether to reduce license plate tab fees. The vote was postponed until… Continue reading
The accident near Lynnwood was discovered by his co-workers, who performed CPR until help arrived.
It’s the largest district in the county, with an enrollment of 20,534 students.
The other driver, from Edmonds, was not injured.
The Washington Conservation Corps partners with the publicly funded Snohomish Conservation District.
One of the men is also suspected of being involved with a violent foreign drug cartel.
It won’t be as windy, but rivers could rise Saturday and Sunday.
Andrew Henckel allegedly told sheriff’s detectives he drowned Dayvid Pakko, 6.
Andrew Henckel, 19, of Texas, said he planned the drowning of Dayvid Pakko, 6. His bail is $1 million.
Jeremy Dowell, who likely was living with untreated mental illness, refused orders to drop a knife.
The suspect, 19, was visiting from Texas. His nephew was a mildly autistic first-grader.
David Pakko was last seen in his home Monday afternoon wearing green camouflage pajamas.