Eric Stevick

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.

Mercedes-driving robber is gracious, remorseful, sentenced

Sunita Kelleppan, 46, who wore a business suit during two convenience-store holdups, got 2½ years.

Chuck Morrison outside the Snohomish Country Red Cross building in Everett. He is retiring after working for the Red Cross for more than 14 years. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

For 14 years, he helped revitalize the local Red Cross

Chuck Morrison, director of the Snohomish County chapter, is pivoting to family, fishing and hiking.

Chuck Morrison outside the Snohomish Country Red Cross building in Everett. He is retiring after working for the Red Cross for more than 14 years. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Deputy prosecutor fired after June arrest in Chelan County

Police allege he was drunk and behind the wheel of a parked car, which led to an internal investigation.

He bummed a smoke, chatted a bit, then out came the machete

A witness reported intervening in the attack at a homeless camp between Everett and Mill Creek.

Missing man in Camano beheading case charged with murder

The charge stems from blood and DNA found on a samurai sword in the victim’s car, the prosecutor said.

Inmate awaiting assault trial allegedly attacks cellmate

The suspect has been moved to maximum security after reported beating in the Snohomish County Jail.

Conveniently, counterfeiters left police their to-do list

Along with bogus bucks, officers seized a handwritten memo to “Work on $100 template.”

Hopelessly behind on credits, he was an unlikely graduate

Through four schools and a military academy, an Arlington teen overcame grief and earned a diploma.

Everett educator slain near Mill Creek; husband arrested

Holly Martinez, 45, died of gunshot wounds Monday night. She had filed for divorce in January.

Snohomish County’s own Baby Y2K heads to college

Daniel Garcia was the first person born in the county after the millennium. Now he’s 6 feet tall.

Students mourn after a suicide and an apparent natural death

With graduation Friday, Lynnwood High School is trying to grieve and celebrate all at once.

‘Hammered’ driver rams girlfriend’s house, gets 5th DUI charge

The Sultan-area man also has five prior domestic violence and harassment convictions.