Armed robbers have hit Buds Garage off Everett Avenue twice since December.
Connie Bigelow, 54, was sentenced Friday in federal court for lighting her business on fire to collect insurance money.
More than 10% of those in state prisons are infected. “We’re kind of in this Twilight Zone cycle,” one prisoner said.
Christian Sayre, 35, owner of The Anchor Pub, was charged last week with 10 counts of felony sex crimes.
Christian Sayre, longtime owner of The Anchor Pub, was charged Friday with 10 counts of felony sex offenses.
Anthony Boggess reportedly admitted to killing his former roommate, James Thrower, 65, of Marysville.
Anthony Boggess was arrested Friday afternoon for investigation of second-degree murder in the death of James Thrower.
The man, 27, was charged with five counts of burglary. Police believe he hit at least 20 businesses.
Nels Rasmussen claims he can heal pets from thousands of miles away. After state officials learned he called himself “Dr. Nels,” he rebranded.
For some, the Christmas spirit can be found at a bar, with friends and a greyhound-mix named Betsy.
Those travelling after the holiday should exercise caution, forecasters say. Roads could be snowy and icy.
Ryan Leenders, 36, testified he acted in self-defense when he shot to death William Harper, 28, in 2020.
A jury convicted Michealob Johnson, 28, of aggravated murder for killing Jae An, 58, in an unprovoked stabbing.
A girl told a jury that Jason Dominguez, now 36, began sexually abusing her when she was 13.
Frank Walton was convicted last month of second-degree murder for the 2020 death of Howard Benzel.
Preston Dwoskin, a public speaker with special needs, organized the anti-bullying football game.
Jeffery Young was the city’s third chief in two years. The city manager who appointed him resigned recently, too.
Preston Dwoskin, a public speaker with special needs, organized the football festivities. He would like you to be there.
A defense attorney claimed Ryan Leenders mistook a vape pen for a gun when he shot William Harper, who was not armed.
A young woman filed a new civil case against Kenneth Parker, a former Snohomish chiropractor accused of abusing over 20 patients.