Eric Stevick

Settlement proposed in bad smell class action lawsuit

A judge still must approve the agreement between Cedar Grove and residents who complained of odors.

 

Man found dead in south Everett garage fire; cause unknown

Four other adults and two children were treated at a hospital.

 

Massage worker arrested after 2 women allege sexual assault

The suspect posted $100,000 bond after his arrest for investigation of rape, indecent liberties.

 

5-year-old wakes up, leaves home, is hit by vehicle on US 2

Video from a home camera showed the boy got up by himself and figured out how to unlock the door.

16-year-old girl shot Monday after dispute in north Everett

The suspect, 19, was arrested for assault and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

HOS Brothers construction, Inc. operating engineers with Local 302 were in their second day of a strike Tuesday picketing on Rucker Avenue outside the construction site gate for the new Everett YMCA. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett Y, local high school projects hit by labor strike

Operating Engineers Local 302 began pickets this week after members rejected the latest contract offer.

HOS Brothers construction, Inc. operating engineers with Local 302 were in their second day of a strike Tuesday picketing on Rucker Avenue outside the construction site gate for the new Everett YMCA. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Young woman shot by police pleads to assault, is spared jail

Arlington police say the 17-year-old drew a knife before they fired. She is in counseling.

Police: Dad wanted to help son but went about it all wrong

A Monroe man was arrested on suspicion of intimidating a witness and assault after a confrontation.

For tens of thousands, bad air is more than inconvenient

In Snohomish County as elsewhere, wildfire smoke poses a serious danger to people with lung ailments.

Man is sorry he risked the life of his unborn child, others

A high-speed chase through Marysville led to the arrest of a Woodinville man.

Assault with fire extinguisher: Cop sprayed, then thumped

He was trying to question a woman while responding to a break-in. She wasn’t interested in talking.

Human skull discovered in Mill Creek; no other remains found

Based on its condition, it was exposed to the elements for a couple of years, police said.

Fallen Japanese soldier’s flag, found in Gold Bar, comes home

The VFW has returned “an olive branch” to the family of a soldier who died in the Pacific Theater.

Drug shortages felt at hospitals and clinics near and far

Local doctors and pharmacists hope government can help bring predictability to fluid marketplace.

Local lawmakers put aside politics for needle cleanup

Candidates and elected officials came together to search in Smokey Point.

Ukrainians hacked restaurants in Lynnwood and Everett

A cybercrime group stole more than 15 million customer records from across the U.S.

Suspected drunk driver crashes into Dan Pratt teen center

It is the second time in two months the Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club has been damaged.

Bothell man is charged in wife’s stabbing

He faces a charge of first-degree domestic violence assault with a deadly weapon.

The sky is blue but the US 2 trestle will be a nightmare

Westbound lanes will be closed this weekend for repaving now that the weather is clear.

Lake Stevens man was neither an FBI agent nor Jack Ryan

Steven Fisher allegedly impersonated both. He’s pleaded guilty to fraud-related crimes in King County.