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Ezekiel Kelly was tortured and killed in 2018. His family says police were dogged and compassionate.
The man fell into the water around 3:50 p.m. An hour later, crews were still trying to save him.
Michael Powers was working with an attorney assigned by the Snohomish County Office of Public Defense.
He appealed a conviction with a 20⅓-year sentence and won. The same judge gave him the same sentence Wednesday.
The man, 31, testified he thought a Discover Pass gave him the right to harvest firewood on forest land.
Rhyan Vasquez, 24, has a history of violence. Police say he brutally attacked his girlfriend at her home.
In a retrial, Encarnacion Salas was found guilty of second-degree murder. A jury deliberated 2½ days.
A Renton man visited the casino 38 times in 40 days to cheat at High Card Flush, new charges say.
Police expected to arrest the woman, who was hospitalized. The children were passengers in another car.
He killed Khanh Tran in a 100 mph crash. This week, he allegedly was slumped over in his SUV, in traffic.
Encarnacion Salas again claims he acted in self-defense in the death of Jesse Cardenas Lopez.
The woman, 63, was walking in downtown Everett at lunchtime. The suspect was charged with assault.
Detectives were still investigating how Zae’Shaun Easton, 15, obtained the gun that killed him.
Harry Jones, 25, could face more than 31 years in prison for shooting the man at the Farwest Motel.
Witnesses heard loud engine revving or misfiring before the crash killed pilot Greg Capes, 64.
Ten tips named Timothy Wood as the arsonist. He’s in prison for another arson and hasn’t been charged.
Matias Trefault crossed a center turn lane in March in Everett, in a crash that killed Reynold Joel, 27.
A resident, 37, is accused of arson in the first fire. The second remains under investigation.
The Seattle-Snohomish Mill, a family-owned company that began in 1941, closed in 2015.
James Kohlhepp, 46, was charged days ago with robbing a bank. At his first chance, he admitted guilt.