It “lasted for years and robbed the people of millions in funding for state programs,” the U.S. attorney said.
After a state Supreme Court ruling, Monroe prisoner Arthur Longworth had his sentence reduced for the killing of Cynthia Nelson, 25.
Three years after the shooting injured one, a Sultan man was charged this month with two felonies.
Two employees filed complaints against Justin Blasko, citing accounts of “intimidation, abuse of power and unethical behavior.”
The suspect is accused of robbing coffee stands in Everett, Edmonds and Clearview this month while armed with a shotgun.
Steven Gooch’s family last heard from him in 1995. He was identified this week through DNA and forensic genealogy.
The robber asserted he had a gun. But the till was empty. The suspect, of Marysville, was arrested hours later.
An Arlington man died and his friend was injured Tuesday on I-5. Bail was set at $1 million for Ismael Cruz Sanchez.
Police say a recent state law stops them from using force to take people to psychiatric hospitals. A change could be coming.
Holman Recovery Center aims to serve a vital need as drug overdoses continue to rise in Snohomish County.
Meanwhile, Hana Letoi’s family is suing the casino and security staff, alleging their actions could have saved her life.
Jason Anderson claimed repeated racist stereotypes were ignored. An investigation backed up some of his claims.
A lengthy legal saga in Dutch courts finally brought Hussein Ali back. He was sentenced to eight years in prison.
Christopher Kelly, 49, of Gold Bar, is being investigated for vehicular homicide in the death of Martin Milburn, 60, of Sultan.
Meanwhile, the Community Justice Center’s planned completion date has been pushed back to April 2024.
Judith Wright, 75, was sentenced Friday to six months for writing fraudulent checks to herself. It wasn’t the first time.
Aaron Howerton was among the first in the state to be resentenced under a state Supreme Court ruling on young defendants.
An Everett man, 23, was in jail on $100,000 bail after being accused of confronting women and attacking a relative.
Branden McKinnon, 12, got hold of a gun belonging to his mother, a Department of Corrections lieutenant. His father is suing.
Adam Cornell argues the incident reinforces a need to suspend jury trials, as omicron wreaks havoc.