Eric Stevick

Boy and dad face charges in crash that hurt woman and baby

The 14-year-old driver allegedly hit a Marysville bus stop where the woman sat with her granddaughters.

 

Seattle man wanted in hit-and-run collision that injured 4

The alleged driver was being pursued on Aug. 3 by Marysville police when the crash occurred. He fled.

 

More I-5 slowdowns are planned in south Snohomish County

Nightly north and southbound traffic will be affected to make room for work on Lynnwood Light Rail.

 

Grandmother, 2 granddaughters injured by vehicle at bus stop

The vehicle left the street in Marysville and hit the bus stop, seriously injuring the woman, police said.

Midnight slowdowns planned on I-5 to aid light rail project

Drivers should expect delays Tuesday and Wednesday as well as Aug. 20 between Seattle and Lynnwood.

Her mantra: ‘Sometimes all it takes is one trusted adult’

Retiring Everett deputy superintendent Joyce Stewart went out of her way to help every student succeed.

Carpool lane cheaters face stiffer fines starting Sunday

Changes to the law also slap an extra fine on those who use a fake passenger to try to sneak by.

Regretful suspect: One bank robbery seems a lot like another

He robbed a Marysville bank in 2015 and reportedly called 911 after an Everett heist this week.

Developer proposes 150-unit senior housing in Arlington

The affordable housing complex would be four stories high and be built along Highway 9.

Panel vote backs more parking for Wallace Falls State Park

The popular scenic get-away off U.S. 2 is often overrun with cars. The goal is 100 more spaces.

Woman is missing two hours of her life, Edmonds police say

She remembers waking up in a grass field with a man kneeling next to her and a woman standing nearby.

Man sentenced for vehicular homicide faces new charge

Michael Spieker is charged with second-degree domestic violence assault after getting prison term.

Man arrested after child punished with ‘Block-Head School’

The boy reportedly had open wounds on his hands from lugging around a 30- to 35-pound cinder block.

Here’s where you can and can’t set off fireworks

They’re banned in half of the county’s cities, home to more than 300,000 people.

Andy Muntz

Retiring school spokesman was a steady voice for 20 years

Andy Muntz volunteered on many district committees before he was recruited to work for Mukilteo schools.

Andy Muntz

Wrongful death lawsuit alleges PUD negligent in fatal fire

A 93-year-old WW II veteran died in the 2017 fire near Snohomish. The PUD is reviewing the case.

Feeling grateful: Country Market fire could have been worse

A decision had been made not to open the popular Snohomish fruit stand to focus on other enterprises.

School board OKs another $200,000 for cleanup on prime land

The Edmonds School District wants to sell the 9-acre parcel near the Alderwood mall in Lynnwood.

With money raised, uniforms are a go at Everett elementary

Hawthorne Elementary will be the second public school in the county to require student uniforms.

State Supreme Court upholds attempted murder conviction

The case of David Morgan has been sent back to the Court of Appeals after a search and seizure issue.