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Jorge Ponte picked up his son for a scheduled visit July 10. Then they disappeared.
Tirhas Tesfatsion’s family pushed Lynnwood leaders for an independent inquiry. Her death was ruled a suicide.
At a rally Monday evening, Tirhas Tesfatsion’s family called for answers in her July 13 death.
The men were reportedly not wearing life jackets or helmets when they went tubing Saturday.
The McCollum Park wall had deteriorated over the years with vandalism and nearby garbage.
Patrick Kunz, who lived in Edmonds, is accused of placing cameras in a bathroom at an Everett gym.
An investigation into the 47-year-old woman’s death is expected to wrap up in the coming days.
Prosecutors say the defendant, 20, made multiple threats in the past while attending high school.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office will provide police services to Brier for the next six months.
In Everett, 128 thefts were reported within six months — so many, the thefts have a new category in local crime stats.
Rebecca Grant says her son Hank, an “adaptable” and “motivated” child, is slowly recovering.
The first two suspects were arrested last week and detectives are continuing to investigate.
The goal of the clinic is to provide in one place all the services patients might need.
A woman was taken to a hospital. The suspects were taken to jail.
After he was shot through an arm, police quickly applied a tourniquet. The suspect has been jailed.
The suspect was invited into a family’s camp area, then allegedly got drunk and attacked.
After being arrested, Osuna-Gonzalez reportedly asked police: “How many years will I be in jail for?”
Providence’s in-patient facility aims to address a shortage of behavioral health treatment in the region.