Zachariah Bryan

Edmonds store owner accused of burning down her business

The suspect, who owns a miniature doll store, was indicted for arson and wire fraud in a 2018 fire.


An annual tradition: Local fire crews fight California blaze

Firefighters from agencies throughout Snohomish County have made it back home, “safe and sound.”


Accounts of her husband’s death didn’t add up, deputies say

She couldn’t keep her stories straight, and it seemed unlikely the man shot himself. So she was arrested.


Man dies after stun-gun altercation with Everett police

The Lake Stevens man, 39, who was being investigated and reportedly was armed, died overnight.

Man seriously injured in encounter with Everett police

A police sergeant fired a stun gun at the 39-year-old Lake Stevens man, causing him to collapse.

He drove off a 60-foot embankment and was stranded for hours

The driver, 74, suffered minor injuries. A neighbor eventually heard him yelling for help.

Settlement reached in 2016 shooting at Mukilteo house party

Jacob Long was killed with two others. His mother sought damages from the shooter and his parents.

Everett Thai restaurant owner sentenced for tax fraud

Kay Fuengarom withheld more than $200,000 in sales taxes. A judge ordered two years of probation.

Choir teacher who had sex with student gets 1 year in jail

Olivia Sondheim was a choir teacher at Lynnwood High School when she had sex with a 16-year-old boy.

Sheriff’s deputies shoot, kill man at south Everett apartment

The 44-year-old reportedly was acting suicidal and had a knife. He died at a hospital.

Jury convicts man of murder-for-hire plot, but not rape

The jury couldn’t decide whether Jerry Wood raped the woman he later plotted to have killed.

Sheriff concedes as a sergeant gets ready to assume top job

Ty Trenary wants to stay with the sheriff’s office. Sgt. Adam Fortney will take over Jan. 1.

A sergeant is leading a tense sheriff’s race against his boss

In the first batch of votes, Sgt. Adam Fortney held the lead over Sheriff Ty Trenary, 56–43 percent.

Lynnwood police looking for man who allegedly robbed 2 banks

First he went to a Key Bank, then went across the street to Wells Fargo. He implied he had a weapon.

Man allegedly threw concrete chunks from I-5 overpass

He’s also accused of dropping a wood block, a metal pipe and a trailer hitch at passing cars.

Troopers seek witnesses in suspected DUI crash in Lynnwood

A woman suffered a broken leg in the five-car crash. The suspect reportedly failed sobriety tests.

Sheriff fires 2 deputies for illegal vehicle search

The sheriff’s opponent in the November elections called the terminations politically motivated.

Charges: Teen lit bomb to cause ‘mayhem’ at Arlington school

The suspect, a student at the high school, allegedly had two more bombs at his house.

A long time coming: Ground broken for port’s first apartments

The 266-unit Waterfront Place Apartments took another step toward reality on Wednesday.

After a candidate’s post, Sheriff’s Office suspends ridealongs

“Political games” or a violation of department policy? It depends on who you ask.