Alex Dold died during a fight with six police officers. It was the end of a much longer struggle.
Anneliese Ballou, 9, was named the first student ambassador by the Hungry Hearts Foundation.
City leaders and neighborhood activists search for answers to violence.
A campaign to keep pedestrians safe will focus on historically hazardous locations.
Emerson Elementary students filled “Buddy Bags” with gifts for seniors they frequently visit.
A tight-knit congregation fills the pews of North Creek Country Church.
Last seen outside the Tulalip casino, “He has never disappeared like this before,” says his mother.
He was found in the woods by a search crew of family, friends and volunteers from the community.
Snohomish Slew was paraded downtown and handed out kisses on a blustery winter day.
Another man allegedly helped the couple beat him, rob him of his clothes and leave him in the woods.
There was a stretch earlier this month when a person was reported missing almost every day for a week.
Her plan involves the justice system, community organizations, schools and residents.
The lesson: If you’re buying from someone online, don’t do the exchange in a dark parking lot.
Matthew Luxon once said that he struggles to keep track of all the criminal charges against him.
There are lessons to be learned from the case of Alexia Devlin, who targeted more than 100 people.
Summer Smith’s remains were found on property south of Lake Stevens three years ago.
Police are still searching for two men and a woman they consider to be armed and dangerous.
He was allegedly speeding away from a domestic violence incident when he hit another vehicle.
The victim, 76, had suffered smoke inhalation. Police declined to specify the nature of their probe.
The town is home to one of Snohomish County’s few remaining volunteer departments.