Caleb Hutton

Who am I? The shifting faces of a man found in Lake Stickney

He had been shot. His body was found in 1994. Now we have better sketches, but still no name.

‘Idiot’ arrested in shooting that paralyzed man at a car wash

He was the suspected getaway driver and surrendered after a standoff. The alleged shooter is at large.

Marysville woman spends $25,000 in bank error, pleads guilty

She admitted to draining the cash in three weeks, to feed a drug habit.

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                                Anthony Hernandez-Cano leaves court after pleading guilty to two counts of aggravated murder Monday afternoon at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett.

18-year-old pleads guilty to ‘gruesome and sadistic’ killings

Two men, found near Arlington and in Mukilteo, were tortured, then shot to death.

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                                Anthony Hernandez-Cano leaves court after pleading guilty to two counts of aggravated murder Monday afternoon at the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett.

Search for missing hiker at 3 weeks: Family clings to hope

“We’re hunting every angle,” says the boyfriend of Samantha Sayers, 28, who went missing Aug. 1.

Girl catches man looking at child porn at Marysville Library

A search of his laptop found 8,680 files which investigators say were explicit images of children.

Chief for a Day Luca Keogh,7, is sworn in as chief of Lynnwood police during a city council meeting on Monday, Aug. 13, 2018 in Lynnwood, Wa. It’s Lynnwood’s first time doing this. Keogh has been diagnosed with spina bifida, hydrocephalus, slit ventricle syndrome, chiari malformation, and tethered cord syndrome. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Go behind the badge with Lynnwood’s new police chief, age 7

Luca Keogh has undergone 17 brain surgeries. Now, he’s the first Chief for a Day in the city.

Chief for a Day Luca Keogh,7, is sworn in as chief of Lynnwood police during a city council meeting on Monday, Aug. 13, 2018 in Lynnwood, Wa. It’s Lynnwood’s first time doing this. Keogh has been diagnosed with spina bifida, hydrocephalus, slit ventricle syndrome, chiari malformation, and tethered cord syndrome. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

A is for opioid antidote, in new abbreviated first aid class

Firefighters in south Snohomish County designed the course. The first mass training was Friday.

After intensive weeklong search, no trace of Seattle hiker

Samantha Sayers climbed rugged Vesper Peak, a mountain familiar to her, then vanished.

Elaborate shoplifting schemes often feed thieves’ drug habit

Monroe police task force aims to curb drug violence and store losses by targeting theft rings.

Everett man pleads guilty to sexually abusing three boys

John Anthony Alves, 36, also acknowledged eluding police and possessing child pornography.

4th suspect arrested in Arlington, Mukilteo torture killings

One victim had been burned, beaten and shot; the other had been stabbed 27 times and shot 3 times.

Boy, 5, severely injured after father’s alleged rage over ABCs

While teaching his son the alphabet, the father told deputies “I got out of control” with a belt.

Ex-worker accused of torching Lynnwood biz with people inside

The Bellevue man smelled of gasoline and had singed hair on his arms when caught, records show.

Steven Slawson lights a candle from the eternal flame Friday afternoon during the decommissioning of the Snohomish County Courthouse Veteran Memorial in Everett on July 27, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Eternal flame temporarily relocated

It will return to the county campus after courthouse construction concludes.

Steven Slawson lights a candle from the eternal flame Friday afternoon during the decommissioning of the Snohomish County Courthouse Veteran Memorial in Everett on July 27, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Fleeing suspect tells cops they ‘did a great job’ catching him

The two-mile chase took deputies through the dark streets, woods and thorny bushes of Everett.

Teen sentenced for role in robbery to fund school shooting

Marquez Daniel did not know about a plot to use the cash to buy weaponry, his attorney said.

Fatal I-5 crash driver allegedly had 3X legal alcohol limit

Court papers: Despite the man’s DUI history and suspended license, he was driving his daughter’s car.

He picked a bad time to try a robbery

The suspect, not knowing there was an off-duty police officer working security, demanded “$301.00.”

In county’s new fire academy, it takes work, study and work

First lesson: The lives of your neighbors and your fellow firefighters are in your hands.