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Drugs suspected in deadly, high-speed Lynnwood hit-and-run

The driver, 29, guessed he was going 100 mph in a 30 mph zone, according to police reports.

 

Law enforcement vehicles at the scene of a crash on I-5 near Northgate in Seattle after a chase that began in Lynnwood on Wednesday. (Washington State Department of Transportation)

Police: Little Harry was shot at, chased, then stole the cab

It started when he was a passenger in Lynnwood. It ended when he allegedly crashed the taxi in Seattle.

 

Arson was the cause of Judd & Black fire; police seek tips

Nearly four months later, investigators have announced the official cause of the $3.5 million blaze.

 

Kicked in the head, a homeless man was seen dying on YouTube

The assailant has now pleaded guilty to the 2017 manslaughter at the site of “Tweaker Cam” in Everett.

Murder of former principal sends man to prison for 26 years

Holly Martinez, 45, was gunned down by her husband, whom she was divorcing. Their kids were there.

Monroe High senior and drum major Thomas Cripe is into music, but his sights are set on pursuing business or law studies at the UW. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Monroe High School senior has music on his mind

Thomas Cripe is a drum major, bass player and Eagle Scout. He’s also looking for some gigs.

Monroe High senior and drum major Thomas Cripe is into music, but his sights are set on pursuing business or law studies at the UW. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Unidentified dead man in Edmonds was seen alive in September

Someone snapped a photo of the man Sept. 30 near Yost Park, where he was later found dead.

Police: Group tricked man, tied him up, left him to die

Court papers detail the plot to tie Michael Boone, 46, to a tree in Everett. He froze to death.

Tied up and nearly naked, a homeless man died of exposure

A woman and two men have been arrested in Everett in the fatal plot to rob Michael Boone, 46.

Man sneaks away during SWAT standoff south of Everett

He was arrested a mile west of the home where he had barricaded himself.

Man, 46, identified as Everett homicide victim

Michael Boone was found dead Friday west of the Evergreen Funeral Home Cemetery.

A hole was drilled in the door, and in came the bear spray

The woman inside had denied entry to her ex-boyfriend because he allegedly had threatened her.

Purple bullets, jail chats are clues in Lynnwood shooting

A man was shot in the neck at a car wash in August. Hours later, a suspect texted a friend about it.

Third suspect pleads guilty in Farwest Motel shooting

The robbery left a man with 24 bullet wounds in May. The suspected gunman awaits trial.

Tyeson Kane, 11, played youth football in Lake Stevens. He died on New Years Day from injuries in a sledding accident in Pateros. (Photo courtesy of Heidi Lawson)

Lake Stevens boy dies days after sledding accident

Tyeson Kane, 11, was sledding in the small town of Pateros when he was hit by a truck.

Tyeson Kane, 11, played youth football in Lake Stevens. He died on New Years Day from injuries in a sledding accident in Pateros. (Photo courtesy of Heidi Lawson)

Uncle arrested after Lynnwood dog beaten to death

The man, 40, claimed the 16-pound terrier bit him. He was arrested for investigation of a felony.

Lynnwood Police Department Commander Rodney Cohnheim, (second from left) talks with Pastors Thame Fuller, center, and Kent Landrum during the Cops and Clergy meeting at the Lynnwood Convention Center on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018 in Lynnwood, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Lynnwood cops invite churches to help battle addiction

The pitch came at one of many wide-ranging meetings between Lynnwood police and faith leaders.

Lynnwood Police Department Commander Rodney Cohnheim, (second from left) talks with Pastors Thame Fuller, center, and Kent Landrum during the Cops and Clergy meeting at the Lynnwood Convention Center on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018 in Lynnwood, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Palm-sized piece of human skull found in Skykomish River

Facial X-rays could be one of few ways to connect it to a missing person.

As married prosecutors rest, here’s their closing statement

Elected top Prosecutor Mark Roe and wife Lisa Paul reflect on their 30 years in search of justice.

Man pleads guilty to murder in drowning of 6-year-old nephew

Andrew Henckel, 20, of Texas, was visiting his sister near Lynnwood, when he killed her son.