Caleb Hutton

Everett Fred Meyer security guard trips, disarms shoplifter

The would-be thief from Granite Falls reportedly pulled a knife on the guard, who kicked it away.

Raging at Hispanics, drunken woman screams and spits

She was arrested in Edmonds after an altercation at a fast-food restaurant.

Pit bull dog attacks, injuring 4 people at home in Arlington

Two are Jehovah’s Witnesses missionaries. All were treated at hospitals. The dog was euthanized.

Babysitting sister won’t be charged in Everett apartment fire

Firefighters plucked twin toddlers from the smoke-filled apartment. They were covered in soot but OK.

Man held for hit-and-run, robbery and car theft

The incident began when two cars collided at the intersection of Highway 9 and Maltby Road.

College student said she was dying of cancer — but never did

She allegedly defrauded an instructor of thousands of dollars by falsely claiming to have the disease.

2 arrested in robbery of tobacco store

A 62-year-old clerk was injured while trying to stop the crime.

Mill Creek paramedic remembered for humor, quality of care

Erik Shouse, who also served as a Camano Island fire commissioner, died of cardiac arrest Sunday.

A brutal death on Camano Island, and a family’s questions

Police are looking for Jacob Gonzales, who might have killed his girlfriend, Katherine Cunningham.

Man suspected of animal neglect after puppies found dead

He was arrested for investigation of possession of meth and unlawful possession of a firearm.

Mother hasn’t given up on a man who’s been missing 16 months

Antonio Neill had been struggling and got into a fight with a friend with whom he was staying.

A close friendship is lost to fire

An 88-year-old Smokey Point mobile home resident died despite a valiant effort by neighbors.

Former jail guards sentenced in dehydration death of inmate

During a mental health crisis in 2015, Keaton Farris, 25, wasted away in the Island County Jail.

Two suspects in burglary of Edmonds home are nabbed

A tip led authorities to a suspicious car, then to the two men.

She helped traumatized people get through two big tragedies

County liaison Lacey Harper is the winner of The Herald Business Journal’s Emerging Leader award.

Tips in cold case double murder pour in

DNA was used to create digital images, released to the public, of what the killer might look like.

DNA analysis conjures the possible face of a 1987 killer

Police hope it breaks open the cold case of a Canadian couple whose bodies were found in Washington.

He turned ‘pretty much everything he picked up into a weapon’

During a standoff with Edmonds police at a motel, a man with three axes trashed the place.

Everett neighbors endure burglaries, drugs — and now bullets

A boy, 17, and a man, 23, were wounded by gunfire over the weekend, and residents have had it.

Swindled victims thought they were renting a Tulalip house

While the real owners were away, a man allegedly hung his photos on the wall and advertised the property.