Vicki Boser, 58, was sentenced Tuesday to two years in federal prison. She was also ordered to repay clients.
After a months-long investigation, the woman is accused of neglecting her animals.
Four threats of violence in 48 hours were reported at Snohomish County schools in the wake of a shooting at a Michigan high school.
The school district will work with an equity consultant to improve inclusivity starting in January.
Matthew McGowan sought resentencing under a state Supreme Court ruling. Hundreds of other local defendants could follow.
When Bradley Woolard’s home was raided in 2018, authorities found more than 12,000 fentanyl pills.
A bomb squad spent two days detonating explosive material. Detectives also discovered an underground bunker full of guns.
The man, 33, was charged this week with 10 counts of identity theft in Snohomish County Superior Court.
Maria Gutierrez is suing for $5 million over a 2019 traffic stop. She claims officers pulled her arm, tearing her rotator cuff.
They got drugs from China and ran an operation that could press 2.5 million pills. They must serve mandatory minimum sentences.
Hussein Ali was set to be sentenced for child molestation in 2018. The victim’s family is relieved to know he’s back.
After last week’s racist incident, meanwhile, the Monroe School District is working on new equity initiatives.
Howard Benzel was remembered as a dedicated father. A Snohomish County jury found Frank Walton guilty of his murder.
One ship arrived in August, another in October, and the USS McCampbell is coming early next year.
Police are now investigating the death as “suspicious,” though the official cause and manner are pending.
The governor declared an emergency, and some rivers were still flooded in places, but the weather is improving.
A video shared on social media shows a student using racial slurs. A survey shows racism is prevalent in Monroe schools.
Heavy rain subsided late Friday. But more is in the forecast — into next week.
James Lesemann wore a life jacket. And he likely called 911. Still, by the time rescue teams got to him, it was too late.
Mario Lotmore of the Lynnwood Times says the city council winner wasn’t transparent enough.