Stephanie Davey

Seattle police chief’s Snohomish County home draws protesters

A large group of people reportedly gathered outside of Chief Carmen Best’s home Saturday evening.


Marysville renters may qualify for $1,500 relief grants

The money is set aside for those who are behind on rent. Applications are available through Aug. 13.


Officers find $19 million worth of fentanyl in Lynnwood home

Investigators also believe they found heroin and meth. A judge set bail at $1.5 million Monday.


Tulalip Tribes to buy 100-acre salmon habitat near Monroe

The tribes plan to purchase part of what has been known as Reiner Farm, along the Skykomish River.

Marysville drops criminal charge against musical protestor

Elton Davis was protesting police brutality through music. Then an officer cited him.

Marysville cop cites musician for protest of police brutality

A group of people played instruments and loudspeakers from the roof of an apartment every Saturday.

4-alarm fire erupts on Everett waterfront

Flames spewed ash into the sky, visible for miles along Port Gardner Bay, as a construction site burned Thursday.

Navy now plans to send 3 more ships to Everett

The destroyer USS John S. McCain is the latest with plans to move here within the next 13 months.

Her wedding was weeks away when Marysville crash occurred

Sarah Blomquist, 22, hoped to become a teacher. She’s been unconscious since the Highway 9 crash.

Bail set at $1 million in Marysville homicide

Nathan Granum, 28, is accused of killing his mother and placing her body in a car trunk last week.

After 20 years, Arlington United Church pastor retires

Deena Jones has focused on helping the homeless and increasing diversity.

Longtime Herald columnist James McCusker dies at 82

He passed away June 21 after a fall weeks earlier. He had written for The Herald since the 1980s.

Meet the young people leading the county’s protest movement

Often the large demonstrations are led by teens and college students. Some are too young to vote.

As dentists open, expensive PPE is in short supply

Patients may see the new charges on their next bill. Many single-use masks can now cost up to $10.

Marchers in Marysville denounce racism in youth-led protest

High school students helped organize a peaceful demonstration of hundreds of people Thursday.

Everett Community College cuts 85 part-time positions

The eliminations are due to campus closures and potential losses in state funding amid COVID-19.

Public defenders call for partial defunding of sheriff dept.

Meanwhile, the governor proposed the creation of a panel to investigate officer-involved killings.

Police: Former nurse threatens Muslim neighbors at gunpoint

The Mountlake Terrace woman was accused of a hate crime against a mother and two daughters.

Fear of destruction brings curfews, closures and police

Peaceful protests in Snohomish County have been followed by roadblocks and armed citizens standing guard.

New ship for Naval Station Everett, but it won’t dock here

Everett is the USS Cape St. George’s new home port as it undergoes long-term repairs in Seattle.