Zachariah Bryan

Strike after strike: A night to remember at Glacier Lanes

Yes, Tony Cea bowled a perfect game. But it’s not just about the score. It’s about family.

 

With their trust, she stole thousands from a rural cemetery

Treasurer Dawn Angela’s parents helped establish Machias Community Cemetery as a nonprofit.

 

Deputy, truckers and a sandwich save a dog in the snowstorm

A Snohomish County sheriff’s deputy saw a German shepherd, sick and starving, near Gold Bar.

 

In a mock trial, North Creek students puzzle over evidence

The fictitious court proceedings at Bothell Municipal Court were filled with laughter and applause.

Everett man didn’t mean to kill with kick to head, judge says

Joshua Thompson was apparently delusional when he killed Juan Gonzales. He was sentenced to 5 years.

Snohomish County got more snow than others — and more may come

Get ready for round two. Forecasters say we could have a “twin” snowstorm Friday.

Judge: PTSD played role in March assault near Darrington

Lance Cochran, 37, broke into a neighbor’s home and fired a gun. He was sentenced Thursday.

Bikini baristas: ‘Advanced math’ needed to define city rules

A U.S. appeals court is weighing the legality of Everett ordinances that regulate coffee-stand dress.

Woman rescued from car after 25 minutes trapped in icy water

She found a pocket of air in the car where she could breathe while waiting to be freed.

Teen, 17, surrounded, then shot in leg in drug deal gone bad

He was supposed to sell a half-pound of marijuana to a woman he knew. She never showed up.

Man charged with vehicular homicide after Lynnwood crash

Prosecutors: Joshua Krueger was speeding away from police when he crashed into a car outside a QFC.

Victims of fatal Everett crash were in the back seat

Izabella Torres, 5, and Alemayehu A. Derege were killed.

Police: Suspect hid, waited for chance to ram patrol car

The man allegedly yelled “I’m going to (expletive) kill you” while fighting with Everett officers.

He supposedly liked animals — then he let his puppies starve

William Allingham, 30, was responsible for a litter of 10 puppies last April. Half of them died.

He’s called the ‘King of Sultan,’ because everybody knows him

Patrick Hess, 20, talks to anybody and everybody. He also loves powerlifting and Eminem.

Is it climate change? New birds are here, others disappeared

A report from the National Audubon Society suggests climate change is affecting North American birds.

EPD’s strategic plan update a chance to tackle tough issues

The Everett Police Department is asking people to take a survey to help craft the document.

For one lawmaker, it’s time to change time; cows might agree

No more “spring forward” or “fall back.” Sen. Jim Honeyford, R-Yakima, prefers his clocks to be predictable.

Charges: Suspect in December arson wanted to kill owner

After the mobile home caught fire, the suspect got angry and allegedly fired a gun at the ground.