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Timothy Wood, 19, was convicted for setting a fire at a condemned house last fall in north Everett.
Simeon Berkley is out of jail. He’s charged with shooting Steven Whitemarsh through a car window, killing him.
James Kohlhepp waited for police outside the bank, waving cash, charges say. He was arrested hours later.
Randy Keith struck and killed Scott Williams, 52, in a crosswalk. He claimed he didn’t know he hit a person.
Daniel Cleveland went missing in 2017. Now, DNA shows part of his skull was found in the Skykomish River.
The Seattle woman went missing on Vesper Peak last August. An 8,000-hour search turned up no sign of her.
Chelsea Rustad is skeptical of cops. But she’s glad they used her genes to solve the Talbott murder case.
Despite DNA evidence, William Talbott maintains he is innocent of the murders.
A series of escalating confrontations ended in the death of Michael Smith, 32, charges say.
William Talbott is set to be sentenced Wednesday in the murders of Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg.
Terrence Miller’s planned bowling date with his wife prompted the judge to raise it from $750,000.
The Everett Public Library celebrated its quasquicentennial by bringing to life the era of its founding.
Ronald Slama was hiking the Lake Ann trail when he got lost late Monday. He was later found dead.
Michael Spieker caused a crash that killed passenger Staci Laugle in 2017. He was sentenced to 8½ years.
Police arrested the suspected drunken driver at his apartment late Sunday after a 5-mile chase.
In interviews, three jurors gave a window into deliberations in 1987 murders of a young Canadian couple.
In an unprecedented trial, a jury convicted William Talbott in the slayings of a young Canadian couple.
William Talbott is accused of killing a young Canadian couple. His lawyer says DNA doesn’t prove murder.
The memories of police, a hunter and store clerks have been tested in the trial of William Talbott.
Soon a jury will decide the fate of William Talbott, in the nation’s first trial involving genetic genealogy.