Caleb Hutton

Police: Armed man spews ‘KKK’ remarks at Lynnwood Walmart

African American workers said they felt threatened. When police arrived, the suspect said “Shoot me!”

 

Body of Snohomish elementary teacher found near Mill Creek

Kathleen Jenks’ death from hypothermia was determined to be an accident. She’d been missing two days.

 

Lynnwood man accused of attempted murder, strangling woman

Police say they intervened just as the man was killing her. Months ago, he choked a different woman.

 

Olympic weightlifter convicted of sex abuse of Everett girl

Manuel Minginfel was a star Olympian, competing four times for Micronesia. Now he’s headed to prison.

Carjacker pours coffee on woman, hits 5 cars in wild chase

A Granite Falls man, 20, was suspected of fleeing to Everett in a stolen SUV. Deputies caught him.

Monroe police arrest woman in ‘sophisticated’ shelter in woods

The structure was built with sticks on private land. Restoring the parcel could cost up to $10,000.

Robber used tire iron to beat man at Everett ATM, for $1.61

Charges say Johnnie Hilliard admitted to a vicious sneak-attack on a man depositing $1 into his account.

In murder for casino winnings, brothers sentenced to decades

Jorge Martinez Jr. must serve 36 years, while his brother must serve 27½, for killing Tye Burley.

After fatal crash, driver won’t serve more time for a new DUI

Joshua Krueger was convicted of a fatal crash. He drove impaired again. It won’t change his release date.

Marysville woman charged with stabbing 3 cats, killing 1

The young woman told police she’d been depressed, when she lashed out at her family pets with a knife.

I-5 bound traffic from I-405 and northbound I-5 traffic merge into one lane as firefighters and police work to clear a flipped semi blocking all northbound I-5 lanes Thursday in Lynnwood. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Semi rolls, sprawls across I-5 in Lynnwood, halting traffic

The truck tilted and rolled around 10:30 a.m., injuring the driver and damaging three other vehicles.

I-5 bound traffic from I-405 and northbound I-5 traffic merge into one lane as firefighters and police work to clear a flipped semi blocking all northbound I-5 lanes Thursday in Lynnwood. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

47-degree Polar Plunge: ‘Something crazy’ to start the decade

Hundreds of participants splashed into Puget Sound — and into 2020 — at the annual Edmonds event.

State crime team proposed to work on cold rape, murder cases

Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s office is seeking to replenish a unit of violent crime investigators.

The mystery of the man in the Mill Creek shed is solved

Found dead in 2015, his name was unknown. Exhaustive genealogy work restored an identity to Terry Deggs.

Charge: Son who killed dad didn’t believe he was mentally ill

Edmonds man John Fry, 24, was charged with murder for the stabbing death of his father, Stephen Fry.

Report: Breakdown in Monroe prison left man to die of cancer

Kenneth Williams begged for breast cancer treatment in prison. He was ignored until it was too late.

Fired deputies land on growing list, alongside cops who lied

Under a new policy, the county prosecutor alerted defendants about two deputies accused of lying.

Bothell murder conviction overturned by state appeals court

A Superior Court judge’s edit to a jury instruction upended the verdict in the trial of Jesse Ackerman.

1 arrested, 1 at large in violent Everett car theft

The man had a $100,000 warrant out for his arrest when he was caught at the end of a stolen car chase.

A new medical examiner will explain death to the living

Snohomish County’s top autopsy doctor will soon be J. Matthew Lacy. Dr. Daniel Selove is retiring.