Caleb Hutton

125 years ago, it started with 1,000 books at City Hall

The Everett Public Library celebrated its quasquicentennial by bringing to life the era of its founding.

 

Mukilteo hiker, 36, dies in apparent fall near Mount Baker

Ronald Slama was hiking the Lake Ann trail when he got lost late Monday. He was later found dead.

 

Mountlake Terrace man given max sentence for deadly crash

Michael Spieker caused a crash that killed passenger Staci Laugle in 2017. He was sentenced to 8½ years.

 

Lynnwood man eludes cops because it was ‘one of those days’

Police arrested the suspected drunken driver at his apartment late Sunday after a 5-mile chase.

Jurors share why they found Talbott guilty of double murder

In interviews, three jurors gave a window into deliberations in 1987 murders of a young Canadian couple.

Man guilty of 1987 murders solved with genetic genealogy

In an unprecedented trial, a jury convicted William Talbott in the slayings of a young Canadian couple.

Jury now weighs genetic-genealogy case of 1987 double murder

William Talbott is accused of killing a young Canadian couple. His lawyer says DNA doesn’t prove murder.

Talbott trial testimony retraces a 30-year murder mystery

The memories of police, a hunter and store clerks have been tested in the trial of William Talbott.

Prosecutors plan to rest case in 1987 cold case murder trial

Soon a jury will decide the fate of William Talbott, in the nation’s first trial involving genetic genealogy.

Talbott’s former roommates testify in double murder trial

Prosecutors expect to wrap up their case early next week in the trial of William Talbott II.

Van, palm print, DNA come to the fore in double-murder trial

A defense attorney challenged a key piece of evidence — a palm print — in the trial of William Talbott II.

Lawyer: Double-murder suspect led a ‘quiet, unremarkable’ life

Attorneys outlined their cases in the groundbreaking trial of William Talbott II in Snohomish County.

William Talbott II, left, listens as his public defender Jon Scott questions potential jurors at the Snohomish County Courthouse on Thursday, June 13, 2019 in Everett, Wash. Snohomish County sheriff’s detective Jim Scharf, right, listens from the prosecutor’s table. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Jury picked in 1987 cold case double murder trial

A jury pool was quizzed for three days. Opening statements are set for Friday in William Talbott’s trial.

William Talbott II, left, listens as his public defender Jon Scott questions potential jurors at the Snohomish County Courthouse on Thursday, June 13, 2019 in Everett, Wash. Snohomish County sheriff’s detective Jim Scharf, right, listens from the prosecutor’s table. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Suspect in 1987 murders — and ‘genetic genealogy’ — go on trial

Jury selection is under way for the unprecedented case of William Talbott. The nation will be watching.

Woman sentenced for giving haircut to fugitive killer

Ryley McGhie helped a man hide from police after he told her he was wanted for a shooting in Edmonds.

Books, dyed hair and race cars are Marysville teen’s passions

Angel Marion Davis carries copies of her best essay everywhere she goes, “because I’m that nerd.”

Charges pending as FBI investigates racist Lynnwood beating

Eight alleged white nationalists are still awaiting charges in an attack at the Rec Room Bar Grill.

Second lawsuit accuses Roe of crudeness in workplace

A former victim advocate filed the new lawsuit against the retired Snohomish County prosecutor.

Everett driver arrested after woman struck, dragged, killed

The suspect told police he heard a thump and thought he had run over some garbage in the street.

Monroe man gets 1 year in jail for threats to massacre Jews

Dakota Reed, 20, said he was sorry. He did not disavow his white nationalist views in court.