Zachariah Bryan

Primary care doctors train to take on opioid addiction

About 40 health care providers can now prescribe Suboxone at Community Health Center clinics.

 

Judge: Girl was convicted after illegal search at school

At the heart of the case is whether the principal had enough information to allow a search of her backpack.

 

Broker allegedly lied to just about everybody to get a loan

This much, at least, is true: He borrowed $1.5 million to buy an Everett property and open a marijuana shop.

 

Suspect found in June beating of sex worker

The man went by the fake name Clyde when he asked for a “date.” He allegedly knocked her unconscious with a bat.

Rudeness in a tent leads to a struggle and a gunshot wound

“I am going to put a bullet in your head!” the suspect allegedly said before firing.

‘Life gets rough’: Man allegedly stole, then returned cash

He returned to the Marysville gas station he had robbed at knifepoint. The employee knew him.

A man was arrested Wednesday after a hit-and-run crash in Edmonds on Monday. (Edmonds Police Department)

Man accused of Edmonds hit-and-run has history of DUIs

The suspect was allegedly drinking at an arcade shortly before he crashed into another car.

A man was arrested Wednesday after a hit-and-run crash in Edmonds on Monday. (Edmonds Police Department)

Squatters wreck buildings at Snohomish Little League field

Trash was strewn, drug paraphernalia was found, tools were stolen and feces was left behind.

Marysville man stole $248K from union, said he worked hard

Gregory Normand, who used his position as treasurer to cut himself checks, was sentenced to 1½ years in prison.

Wife says husband drank 10 beers, pointed gun at her face

“I have been waiting for this,” the man allegedly said before barricading himself inside with 3 kids.

Free clinic provides ‘healing and hope for the hurting’

The only free medical care between Seattle and Canada is at Safe Harbor Clinic in Stanwood.

Woman accused of fraudently taking $47,000 for child care

She allegedly said her husband lived elsewhere, and didn’t report their nearly $8K per month income.

Racist, homophobic network names shut down school assembly

Students allegedly created Wi-Fi hotspots with offensive names during a pep rally at Glacier Peak High School.

Work underway to redraw Everett high schools’ boundary lines

Project manager Jim Dugan said there was no right decision, only bad or worse, when moving students.

Drugs, a gun and 43 bundles of cash that smelled like heroin

A 53-year-old man has been arrested several times in the past year for possession of drugs.

Apple Cup rivals find common ground at Lynnwood bar

Cougar fans needed a place to watch the game, and a diehard Huskies fan and bar owner wanted customers.

Witness says boyfriend followed orders before deputies fired

Nickolas Peters’ fiance disputes claims that he didn’t raise his hands before he was killed by officers.

Forecast: Wet Thanksgiving will end a November dry streak

Holiday travelers should keep an eye on road conditions as snow hits the mountain passes.

Puget Sound rail services avoid landslides with science

New forecasting tools can anticipate blockages and avoid tragedy on the Seattle-Everett rail line.

County unveils renovated wall honoring veterans

It was a chance to recognize those who continue to serve their community.