Lynnwood

Troopers search for damaged car in hit-and-run near Lynnwood

Two vehicles collided on I-405, flipping one car into a ditch while the other drove off.

Former Zumiez employee sentenced to 5 years for thefts

Danielle Koehn of Marysville pleaded to guilty to bail-jumping and identity theft, among other things.

Lynnwood High’s Venecia Lucio in tune with helping out

Senior is involved in ASB and Colores Unidos, a group that celebrates Spanish-speaking cultures.

Two Lynnwood students awarded Biola scholarships

Emily Davis and Anneka Vander Wel, both of Lynnwood, were each awarded a President’s Scholarship worth $18,000 per year to attend Biola University in La… Continue reading

A formerly homeless veteran is free-wheeling once again

Eric Prescott’s newish car will give him mobility and, hopefully, the chance to revive his singing career.

His 15 possible crimes include ramming two patrol cars

Also: assault, drug possession and harassment. The chase started with a broken window in Everett.

San Fernando’s has the Peruvian chicken you’re looking for

The Lynnwood restaurant serves pollo a la brasa and other melting-pot dishes that Peru is known for.

January trial set for teen uncle accused of drowning boy, 6

A judge has granted Andrew Henckel’s defense attorney more time to prepare for the case.

State honors Alderwood Middle world language teacher

Lynn Johnston “always has a place in her heart for getting kids to succeed,” assistant principal says.

Johnson graduates from Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Solomon Johnson graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Johnson is the son of Blake… Continue reading

Man stabbed during alleged family argument

The incident occurred during a gathering to discuss family issues, police say.

Man charged with first-degree murder in nephew’s death

Andrew Henckel is said to have told detectives he “wasn’t really thinking. I just kinda did it” when he drowned his nephew.

Families share love of reading

Over 350 children and adults came to College Place Elementary School on Oct. 19 for a Falling in Love with Reading event. There were family… Continue reading

Crystal Rice, works on a customer’s clock as owner Susie Hennig, right, winds a time-and-strike clock brought in by Steve Heath at A House of Clocks on Monday, Oct. 30, 2017 in Lynnwood, Wa. The landmark Lynnwood shop plans to close after more than 54 years. David Nofziger said he and his siblings, who took over the business from their parents, are closing the shop because they’re reaching retirement age. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Time’s up for A House of Clocks, a Lynnwood landmark

The owners, who are nearing retirement age, plan to shutter the 54-year-old business.

Crystal Rice, works on a customer’s clock as owner Susie Hennig, right, winds a time-and-strike clock brought in by Steve Heath at A House of Clocks on Monday, Oct. 30, 2017 in Lynnwood, Wa. The landmark Lynnwood shop plans to close after more than 54 years. David Nofziger said he and his siblings, who took over the business from their parents, are closing the shop because they’re reaching retirement age. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Cruel Halloween trick: Pepper-spray whoever answers the door

Trick-or-treaters in Lynnwood, wearing masks from “Scream,” apparently weren’t interested in candy.

At Lynnwood Library, Julieta Altamirano-Crosby (left) and Maria Casey create a Day of the Dead display in the children’s area Tuesday. The women created a larger adult version as well. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Tradition comes to life during Day of the Dead holidays

Through its rituals, death is seen as a natural part of life, and the dearly departed are celebrated.

At Lynnwood Library, Julieta Altamirano-Crosby (left) and Maria Casey create a Day of the Dead display in the children’s area Tuesday. The women created a larger adult version as well. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Man gets 28 years for brutal knifing in Lynnwood

Joseph Peralta stabbed his girlfriend more than a dozen times inside a drug store.

Two questions hold up Lynnwood traffic-camera case

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

Tree planted to honor YWCA apartment complex donor

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

Dayvid Pakko (Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office)

6-year-old’s alleged killer said he ‘just kind of did it’

A search warrant reveals new details about Andrew Henckel, the drowned boy’s 19-year-old uncle.

Dayvid Pakko (Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office)