The Everett library will host a talk with Edward Humes on “The Forever Witness,” about a double murder and pioneering DNA evidence.
Advances in DNA technology, paired with forensic genealogy research, helped identify Othaniel Philip Ames, 82, a dairy farmer.
Michelle Koski was 17. Her body was recovered near Maltby. A Seattle neighbor was identified as the suspect Thursday.
The Tulalip Indian School had roots as a Catholic mission founded in 1857. Its history is intertwined with the Tulalip Reservation.
Alice Williams’ skull was found in woods near Skykomish. Blaine Has Tricks’ remains were crushed in a Tulalip landfill.
Justices granted a motion Wednesday to review William Talbott’s overturned conviction in a landmark forensic genealogy case.
Dr. Richard Thurmer had gone solo hiking over the weekend on Dragontail Peak. His body was recovered from the snow Thursday.
He was a John Doe for 41 years. Detectives believe a hitman killed Ron Chambers and left his body east of Stanwood in 1978.
William Talbott, the world’s first convicted forensic genealogy defendant, was accused of killing a young Canadian couple in 1987.
Jason Dominguez, a former Girl Scouts volunteer, did not testify. A jury needed less than three hours to convict him.
Jason Dominguez has been in jail since October 2019. A girl accusing him of rape took the witness stand Friday.
Ambulances can only drive so fast. PulsePoint alerts nearby trained citizens when there’s a medical emergency.
Flames, smoke and water damaged “pretty much every business” in an L-shaped plaza Saturday morning.
Steven Knox, a bright young man with a knack for languages, vanished in 1980 in Everett. Now, his family knows his fate.
A man digging a hole for trash uncovered his bones in 2020. Detectives need help to find his name — and his killer.
When MMA gym owner Jeremy Pidgeon was arrested, it unmasked decades of domestic violence, three women say.
Dr. Kenneth Parker kept seeing and abusing patients with a suspended license, charging papers say.
The wanted man was caught in California. He was booked Tuesday into the Snohomish County Jail.
A Lynnwood man won his appeal to the state Supreme Court, after his case “became not about the underlying charge.”
A road worker from Snohomish suffered serious injuries when a Kirkland woman slammed into a stopped DOT truck.