Rikki King

Father facing prison time after admitting to harming infant

His then 4-month-old daughter suffered brain damage and potentially permanent blindness.

 

Thanh Cong Phan (Yolo County Sheriff’s Office)

More treatment OK’d for Everett man accused of mailing bombs

Thanh Cong Phan is believed to have sent as many as 18 packages to government offices.

 

Man arrested in Montana in Lynnwood case of exploited mother

He had been on the lam since skipping out on court here in fall 2017.

 

Man booked and charged in 2018 Everett homicide

Samuel Axlund is accused of attacking Jay Agostinelli, who was homeless, on Broadway.

County pays $175,000 to passenger in crashed patrol car

He was the third person to settle with the county over the wreck caused by a deputy’s driving.

New plants aimed at crowding grass invader, reviving creek

Crews will add native shrubs and some 22,500 native trees along Marysville’s Allen Creek.

Family appeals lost lawsuit over fatal struggle with police

A judge said there wasn’t evidence to support wrongful death claims in the case of Cecil Lacy Jr.

4th teen admits to murder in drug robbery-turned-homicide

Larry Dorrough, now 17, could face more than 30 years in prison for the 2017 crime.

Judge says decision coming soon on Edmonds gun storage law

The plaintiffs are challenging a requirement that gun owners keep their weapons secured.

Granite Falls High senior Aleksander Dimitrov has worked in robotics and on the school’s Eco Car, but his goal is to become a software engineer. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Making video games is part of this teen’s career path

Aleksander Dimitrov, of Granite Falls, wants to become a software engineer.

Granite Falls High senior Aleksander Dimitrov has worked in robotics and on the school’s Eco Car, but his goal is to become a software engineer. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)
Jose Espinoza Aguilar

5-year sentence likely because of victim’s fear of testifying

Jose Espinoza Aguilar shot a woman in the back as she was running away from him at an Everett park.

Jose Espinoza Aguilar
Paul “Matt” Chonka (Marysville Education Association)

Teacher admits to sexual communication with 14-year-old

Paul “Matt” Chonka, 49, has resigned from teaching science at Marysville Middle School.

Paul “Matt” Chonka (Marysville Education Association)

Fire districts in Lake Stevens, Monroe could merge in 2020

Already, they are sharing more resources through a contract — but not staffing and equipment.

State adding medians to US 2 between Snohomish and Monroe

Median barriers will follow in a separate project next year.

Officer Anthony Fletcher addresses the audience at a public meeting about gangs in September 2018 at Explorer Middle School in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Policy memo: Everett needs changes on juvenile, gang justice

City staff spent the better part of a year preparing a report that was supposed to be due last May.

Officer Anthony Fletcher addresses the audience at a public meeting about gangs in September 2018 at Explorer Middle School in Everett. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Police collect footprint samples from accused killer in jail

Prosecutors say they want to see if the sample matches a bloody footprint in the case.

At auction: 1888 title to Lynnwood land that included EdCC

An auction house in Canada is selling the document purportedly signed by Grover Cleveland.

David Morgan (Washington State Department of Corrections)

Lynnwood case of attempted murder goes to state Supreme Court

The court ruled that police improperly seized evidence from David Morgan’s hospital room.

David Morgan (Washington State Department of Corrections)

Lake Stevens considers car-tab fees for transportation

Edmonds, Everett, Granite Falls, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace already have them.

Junior Macie Bailey on Weston High: “Everybody knows everybody. Teachers at this school actually know you and know how to teach you.” (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Weston junior, selling glitter dolls, eyes early graduation

An inspiring teacher led Macie Bailey to early admission at Central Washington University.

Junior Macie Bailey on Weston High: “Everybody knows everybody. Teachers at this school actually know you and know how to teach you.” (Andy Bronson / The Herald)