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Driving drunk again, he drove the wrong way, killing a woman

Aaron Gentry, who has a history of DUI offenses, pleaded guilty in the death of Miriam Robinson, 28.

2 squad cars, 2 officers, a pillowcase and a cardboard box

Sometimes, protecting and serving the public means chasing jittery critters around a bathroom.

Hate-crime suspect: DJ called him a name, group retaliated

Meanwhile, the bar where the African American man was beaten withheld video from investigators.

Witness says of suspected shooter: ‘100 percent, that’s him’

Two men and a woman reportedly fled an Edmonds party at 85 mph after someone was shot.

3 men steal an entire ATM from Lake Stevens store

Police are looking for the suspects, who used a truck from U-Haul to carry out the theft.

Appeals court upholds new Sultan annexation, development

The 80 acres in dispute fall within the Urban Growth Area set by the state.

Most Snohomish County workers get contract extension

The agreement provides raises in 2019 and 2020.

Drug task force, feds take down large trafficking operation

Detectives seized heroin, meth and cocaine and believe they arrested the leaders of the ring.

At the Don Hatch Youth Center, Verle Smith starts to tear up while friends and family congratulate him as the first graduate from the Tulalip Healing to Wellness Court, on Monday, Dec. 10, 2018 in Tulalip Reservation, Wa. His daughter Melody, 5, hides under a blanket, presented to him for graduating the program. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
Tulalip man first to graduate from tribes’ Wellness Court

It’s an option for those charged with a nonviolent crime linked to drug use to avoid prosecution.

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