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Jesse Hartman allegedly shot a man during a chase in Everett. Police are asking for help in finding him.
Alejandro Meza allegedly shot a man twice, killing him, during an argument about drug use on a bus.
JJ Frank demanded death threats in the Marysville School District be taken more seriously.
Instead, Jaclyn Singleton will serve 240 hours of community service, and pay $63,000 in restitution.
Six geese, a snake and blue herons were covered in oil at a retention pond outside Achilles USA.
Roderick Muchikekwanape escaped a Canadian prison in October. He was last seen taking a bus to Everett.
A sheriff’s investigation of pot shop robberies underscores the importance of patience and technology.
The lengthy pursuit went from Arlington to Everett to Lynnwood. Sparks flew as the suspect drove on shredded tires.
After the state Supreme Court ruled a state statute unconstitutional, Marysville made its own law.
The two lawsuits involved a man who was bit by a police dog and a man who was hit by a patrol car.
Snohomish County Prosecutor Adam Cornell disagreed with a judge’s 214-page critique of his employee.
A small group of mothers acted fast to clean up the graffiti — possibily the act of some bored teens.
Greg J. McKnight, of Lynnwood, died at the hospital. A woman from Chicago has been charged with murder.
He had surgery for a brain bleed and survived. The suspect was charged with first-degree assault.
Patrick Kunz, suspected of voyeurism, volunteered at Leading Edge Gymnastics Academy for five years.
Chad Harris was a holdover from a Fire Marshal’s Office where inspectors were rumored to take midday naps. Then he got new bosses.
Two hidden cellphones have been found at a gymnastics academy. The most recent discovery led to an arrest.
It’s the first clear look at the killing last summer of Juan Rene Hummel, who had charged the officer.
He admits he pulled the trigger. But Charles Heller claims self-defense in fatal shooting of Dustyn Hunt-Bagby.
Sheryl Rucker pleaded guilty to stealing from her employer, Absco Solutions. She must pay back the money.