Caleb Hutton

47-degree Polar Plunge: ‘Something crazy’ to start the decade

47-degree Polar Plunge: ‘Something crazy’ to start the decade

Hundreds of participants splashed into Puget Sound — and into 2020 — at the annual Edmonds event.

47-degree Polar Plunge: ‘Something crazy’ to start the decade

State crime team proposed to work on cold rape, murder cases

Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s office is seeking to replenish a unit of violent crime investigators.

The mystery of the man in the Mill Creek shed is solved

The mystery of the man in the Mill Creek shed is solved

Found dead in 2015, his name was unknown. Exhaustive genealogy work restored an identity to Terry Deggs.

The mystery of the man in the Mill Creek shed is solved

Charge: Son who killed dad didn’t believe he was mentally ill

Edmonds man John Fry, 24, was charged with murder for the stabbing death of his father, Stephen Fry.

Report: Breakdown in Monroe prison left man to die of cancer

Report: Breakdown in Monroe prison left man to die of cancer

Kenneth Williams begged for breast cancer treatment in prison. He was ignored until it was too late.

Report: Breakdown in Monroe prison left man to die of cancer

Fired deputies land on growing list, alongside cops who lied

Under a new policy, the county prosecutor alerted defendants about two deputies accused of lying.

Bothell murder conviction overturned by state appeals court

A Superior Court judge’s edit to a jury instruction upended the verdict in the trial of Jesse Ackerman.

1 arrested, 1 at large in violent Everett car theft

The man had a $100,000 warrant out for his arrest when he was caught at the end of a stolen car chase.

A new medical examiner will explain death to the living

A new medical examiner will explain death to the living

Snohomish County’s top autopsy doctor will soon be J. Matthew Lacy. Dr. Daniel Selove is retiring.

A new medical examiner will explain death to the living

Everett man gets prison for abusing boy with cerebral palsy

The Everett man was dating the boy’s mom, when he assaulted the toddler twice. He was sentenced Monday.

At growing Hero’s Cafe, veterans care for fellow veterans

At growing Hero’s Cafe, veterans care for fellow veterans

Volunteers serve military veterans each month in Lynnwood, an event that has exploded with popularity.

At growing Hero’s Cafe, veterans care for fellow veterans
Skull in Tulalip woods identified as man missing since 2013

Skull in Tulalip woods identified as man missing since 2013

Six years after Tyler Sullivan went missing, his family knows he’s not alive. The rest is a mystery.

Skull in Tulalip woods identified as man missing since 2013
A family tried to lift man out of homelessness, when he died

A family tried to lift man out of homelessness, when he died

Joshua Fredericksen, 45, died outside a Fred Meyer on Monday. He’d been unsheltered for 15-plus years.

A family tried to lift man out of homelessness, when he died

Sleeping man at elementary school arrested with gun, drugs

A school staffer reported the presence of the man’s vehicle just before the start of school.

Bullied for autism, Terrace teen finds her voice in music

Bullied for autism, Terrace teen finds her voice in music

Mountlake Terrace High School senior Ella Seavers is a multi-instrumentalist with her eyes on the future.

Bullied for autism, Terrace teen finds her voice in music

Charges: Thief hauls off Everett contractor’s portable office

The trailer was recovered in Lake Stevens. A Tacoma man, 43, has been charged with first-degree theft.

Repeat drunken driver, who killed 2, charged with 5th DUI

Repeat drunken driver, who killed 2, charged with 5th DUI

Brandon Belisle is accused of a 0.20 DUI in Marysville. His reckless driving left two dead in 2006.

Repeat drunken driver, who killed 2, charged with 5th DUI
Harry Nettleton IV speaks to the judge while defense attorney Donald Wackerman listens in Snohomish County Court on Monday in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

After trial in chaotic Lynnwood cab chase, man gets 12 years

Harry Nettleton was acquitted of stealing the taxi at gunpoint, but found guilty of a wild pursuit on I-5.

Harry Nettleton IV speaks to the judge while defense attorney Donald Wackerman listens in Snohomish County Court on Monday in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Who Am I? Mystery of a 1978 Lynnwood John Doe is solved

Who Am I? Mystery of a 1978 Lynnwood John Doe is solved

A Stanwood woman’s DNA cracked the case. She died at 101, before learning what became of Horace Prescott.

Who Am I? Mystery of a 1978 Lynnwood John Doe is solved
Aaron Steich is a senior at Cedar Park Christian School in Lynnwood. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

A Lynnwood Christian school student helps orphans in Belize

Aaron Steich, a Cedar Park Christian senior, has done mission work for years at impoverished orphanages.

Aaron Steich is a senior at Cedar Park Christian School in Lynnwood. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)