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Kevin Rodriguez, 30, went on trial for murder in a 2019 knife attack. He stabbed three roommates.
Todd Smith, 18, was shot twice by a homeowner who later told police the young man was an intruder.
The suspect, 35, is accused of rerouting a man’s mail to a fake PO Box to help him steal his personal information.
A Jehovah’s Witness missionary lost an appeal to the state Supreme Court after a tenant’s pit bull mauled her in 2018.
Dr. Julia Barnett was fired for unprofessional conduct after prisoner deaths and “unnecessary suffering.”
“You took her life in the most demeaning and savage way you could manage,” a judge told the killer Thursday.
Terrance Moore, 35, was shot to death Monday. His roommate, the alleged shooter, was a Monroe prison guard.
Emmanuel Perez, 44, is accused of shooting his roommate to death at an apartment in Lake Stevens.
Christopher Blackwell asserts prisons have “weaponized” the pandemic. He writes from behind bars for The Washington Post.
Jamel Alexander of Everett killed Shawna Brune, reportedly after paying her for sex.
Karen Moore is a former deputy prosecutor. She also has experience as a pro tem judge and commissioner.
Martinez D. Mitchell, 44, must serve five years in prison for third-degree assault.
Jeffery Phebus, 61, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder. He was sentenced to 31⅔ years in prison Monday.
Thomas Susnios, 27, pleaded guilty to first-degree assault. He was sentenced to 8½ years in prison.
Police tracked down a Sultan man with the help of a rented car with Montana license plates.
Cathy Tanasse, a retired Glacier Peak High School art teacher, draws portraits of strangers as gifts.
Tanya Canell suffered burns in crash that killed her two young girls, on a road known for icing over.
Jamel Alexander, 31, is accused of first-degree murder in the death of Shawna Brune, 29, of Everett.
The Swedish Hospital medical assistant used forged identities to buy two cars, according to charges.
Fraudulent health care workers were collecting birth dates and other personal information.