Reporter Caleb Hutton discusses the trial of William Talbott

This is the first of a weekly series, “Herald Headlines,” giving you a look inside our newsroom.

Inner city artists bring grafitti flair to rural Snohomish

This year they created a mural more than 100 feet long. It now is part of a private collection.

Third group of Providence workers pickets for a new contract

Technicians and professionals are seeking wage increases and want to keep their sick leave benefits.

Voice your concerns or support for Lake Stevens Costco today

A public meeting is set for 6 p.m. at the Lake Stevens Fire Department Conference Center.

Everett residents weigh in on a ban of supportive housing

The moratorium has put on hold a plan to build 34 units for homeless public school students.

Police: Alleged bulldozer victim returns, hits man with Jeep

A day after a confrontation with his father, the Maltby man reportedly struck a Flower World worker.

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Looking east toward the U.S. 2 trestle as cars begin to backup in March 2018 (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Getting work done on U.S. 2 trestle is proving tricky

Road crews need not only dry conditions, but for overnight temperatures to not dip too low.

Looking east toward the U.S. 2 trestle as cars begin to backup in March 2018 (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Man arrested after shooting near Machias

The suspect, 36, ran into the woods, but was soon arrested by deputies. No one was hurt.

Everett man, 18, arrested after fireworks spark a brush fire

He conceded to Chelan County deputies that he put fireworks inside a mailbox — but didn’t light them.

New statewide election system causing concern among auditors

They don’t think VoteWA is ready for prime time but are confident primary results will be accurate

Where to go: Top tourist attractions in Snohomish County

Whether you’re visiting, new to town or entertaining guests, here are the big tourism draws.

His toaster opens a portal to other dimensions

Tim Ellis, 39, does weekly episodes of the improv comedy sci-fi that’s out of this world.

A new $2 parking fee was imposed earlier this by the Port of Everett during Everett Farmers Market hours on Sundays and other events. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Port of Everett and councilmember at odds over parking fee

Brenda Stonecipher wants the $2 charge dropped. The port says it’s necessary to manage event parking.

A new $2 parking fee was imposed earlier this by the Port of Everett during Everett Farmers Market hours on Sundays and other events. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Poll: How do you feel about government bans of fireworks?

The Snohomish County Council is considering an advisory election in November.

County considers asking voters if fireworks should be banned

The Snohomish County Council could use the non-binding results to shape future decisions.

Everett’s Patrick Hall was among people who put up signs in March to save the Longfellow School building. He is now part of an advisory task force looking at options for the building, which the Everett School District had planned to tear down. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett’s old Longfellow building beats wrecking ball for now

A task force is weighing options for the old school, where plans were made to put up a parking lot.

Everett’s Patrick Hall was among people who put up signs in March to save the Longfellow School building. He is now part of an advisory task force looking at options for the building, which the Everett School District had planned to tear down. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Washington sues Navy over noisy Growlers on Whidbey Island

AG Bob Ferguson says the jets’ impacts on human health and the environment was not properly analyzed.

Monument marks 85 years of service to County by Sievers men

The Sievers Plaza honors father and son, Verne and Kirke, who were elected 21 times between them.

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