Zachariah Bryan

Inslee gives guidance for funerals, real estate, tribes

He gave the go-ahead for funerals, but only immediate families can attend.

 

Bus driver who worried early about coronavirus dies of it

Scott Ryan, 41, worked for Community Transit, where nine employees have tested positive.

 

Angel of the Winds Arena will be new COVID-19 isolation site

A $1.3 million grant from the state will go toward the facility, which could hold up to 150 people.

 

Lawsuit: Deputy shouldn’t have used Taser in fatal struggle

In March 2017, sheriff’s deputies allegedly beat, choked and shocked Alex Dold at a home near Maltby.

As Boeing shuts down, an employee’s family is left to grieve

To his family, Elton Washington is much more than a statistic in the growing COVID-19 pandemic.

First it was toilet paper, now guns and ammo are flying, too

As the response to coronavirus ramps up, people are loading up on firearms in Snohomish County.

Police say he didn’t stop. Now he’s charged in woman’s death

In the days after a hit and run in Everett, Thomas Rock allegedly had his van fixed to hide damage.

4 Community Transit bus drivers positive for coronavirus

The transit agency is now making all of its buses free. There are no plans to shut down operations.

Tear gas, police dog lead to arrests in 7-Eleven homicide

Nagendiram Kandasamy was shot and killed on Feb. 21. Detectives have found two persons of interest.

Bothell man charged in Bitcoin money laundering scheme

He also ran an unlicensed marijuana business based out of Monroe, U.S. attorneys say.

A wholesome activity leads to infection: Square dancing

There’s lot of touching and intermingling, and many square dancers in the region have fallen ill.

Police: Man shot twice in Lynnwood during argument

An Everett man said he meant to shoot the ground as a warning, but he allegedly shot his uncle instead.

Fentanyl trafficker based out of Bothell ‘mansion’ sentenced

Rhett Irons often got his own distributors addicted to drugs, and collected on their debts.

EvCC to go online with some classes in response to COVID-19

One student reportedly tested positive. Some classes will likely still meet in person.

Officials recommend ‘social distancing,’ working from home

There are now 18 confirmed cases of the new coronavirus in Snohomish County and 70 statewide.

Strong scents in the office cost Edmonds $515K in lawsuit

An employee said she was sensitive to fragrances, and that the city didn’t do enough to help her.

Year after fatal shooting, a family still waits for answers

Detectives know who shot Dustin Hunt-Bagby south of Everett, but haven’t decided if they will arrest him.

Slain Edmonds 7-Eleven clerk identified; suspect at large

Nagendiram Kandasamy, 64, was killed by a man who came in, jumped on the counter and shot him.

Man on run shot at troopers more than 20 times, report says

A 45-year-old Redmond man led troopers on a chase from Everett to Redmond. The motive is unknown.

Inmate with ‘kill list’ barred from getting deputy addresses

Gabriel Eckard has a record of harassing Snohomish County staff. He wanted to know where they live.