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Alyssa Noceda was 18. As she overdosed, Brian Varela raped her and sent joking texts to friends.
Lexus Thomas, 17, a lifelong resident of Lake Stevens, organized a mural for her high school.
Cash started disappearing soon after the woman took over as treasurer last year.
Weeks after he died, his museum unveiled a new hangar to preserve stories of planes, tanks — and people.
Nickolas Peters, 24, was driving another man’s pickup, with drugs and a loaded .45-caliber gun inside.
Byron Scherf killed the Monroe corrections officer in 2011. He will spend his life behind bars.
A man suspected of two DUIs in a week hit Amanda Perry. “He’s going to kill someone,” she said.
Two men are accused of poaching $12,000 worth of public timber. Their Discover Pass excuse didn’t fly.
The man lost his last job for internal theft. AudioControl gave him a chance; 151 amps went missing.
Gavin Johnston, 28, called his dad saying he was going on a two-month hike, south from Stevens Pass.
The Pacific Crest Trail was Katharina Groene’s first hike. She made it 2,500 miles. Then it snowed.
“I would rather hide a free man, than to be labeled a sex offender,” child molester James Duchow wrote.
Jeffrey Cook, 50, has been charged with molesting a girl at 99 Ranch Market in Edmonds.
Police haven’t said whether the dead man was armed or why he was fleeing the scene of a 911 call.
Anthony Hernandez-Cano, 18, will spend the rest of his life in prison without the chance of parole.
A skull was found in January 1978. This month, key developments breathed new life into a cold case.
Officials embarked on a manhunt by ground, sea and air. The woman escaped with minor injuries.
The Marysville man, 27, was out on $10,000 bond. He also had a suspended license.
Merridy Senger, 30, is accused of stealing from Everett’s most impoverished elementary school.
The duo is linked to dozens of smash-and-grabs at small businesses up and down I-5.