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.
Daniel Lyons Scott was “one of the first” to push into U.S. Capitol police lines on Jan. 6, according to the FBI.
Smoke flooded the waterfront Friday night as fire crews descended on the abandoned research center.