Zachariah Bryan

Judge OK’s petition to recall Fortney; 2nd petition submitted

What happens if Snohomish County’s sheriff refuses to enforce the governor’s order? Voters may decide.

 

Charges: Neglect, theft at adult family home in Marysville

Residents reportedly were found covered in their own urine and suffering from skin breakdowns.

 

Faces of those we’ve lost to COVID-19 in Snohomish County

They flew planes. Cared for patients. Survived cancer. The deadly virus has claimed the lives of over 100 people here.

 

Lynnwood ex-employee charged with DUI crash in city van

A jogger survived serious injuries, but she reportedly had no memory of the crash or the days after.

Experts: Meteor likely caused boom heard around Puget Sound

Residents on both sides of the water, in Kitsap and Snohomish counties, reported hearing the bang Wednesday.

After 5-day search, detectives make arrest in Tulalip rape

An Everett man is being investigated for allegedly kidnapping a woman and raping her at gunpoint.

Everett settles cop’s discrimination lawsuit for $549,000

Officer and Lake Stevens Mayor Brett Gailey said he wasn’t promoted because of his military status.

A month later, and still no sign of missing Monroe woman

Kenna Harris, 25, previously suffered a traumatic brain injury and is considered a vulnerable adult.

Snohomish County sheriff ‘ready to increase’ jail population

Adam Fortney has lifted booking restrictions after the inmate count dipped by two-thirds amid COVID-19.

Man charged in death threat to Inslee over COVID-19 response

“You violated the Constitution … you’re dead Inslee,” the suspect from Mill Creek allegedly said.

Sheriff calls governor’s stay-home order unconstitutional

A viral Facebook post prompts blowback from other elected officials, including the state attorney general.

County’s new pandemic team will assess homeless for COVID-19

It’s an attempt to stop the virus from spreading unnoticed through vulnerable communities.

A retired judge reflects on 25 years of cases big and small

Judge Linda Krese ended the state’s longest teacher’s strike and oversaw a $40 million jury verdict.

Court orders state response to prisoner health after protest

The order calls for a plan by Monday, but falls short of demanding the release of prisoners.

Off-duty Lynnwood employee suspected of DUI hit and run

A woman was taken to a hospital with serious injuries and “significant neurological issues.”

Boeing extends temporary shutdown of Puget Sound plants

The company had planned to reopen on Wednesday. About 60 Everett employees have tested positive.

Lynnwood settles with man who was jailed over stolen coffee

The city paid $20,000 to the legally deaf man, who claimed he was wrongfully imprisoned and beaten.

Employee at Amazon distribution center positive for COVID-19

Those who have been in close contact will be paid while they self-quarantine at their homes.

Lawsuit: Mental health hospital retaliated against employee

The mental health technician said she raised concerns. Then management stopped giving her shifts.

Closed Edmonds car lot dodged hundreds of thousands in taxes

For years, Kero’s Auto Brokers greatly underreported its sales, and how much it owed the state.