Photos of the week

Top images from our very busy Herald photographers

Monroe man guilty of plotting synagogue and school shootings

Dakota Reed wrote that he wanted to kill 30 Jews. He faces a standard jail sentence of six to 12 months.

9-year-old boy reported missing in Everett found

Gabriel Green was found around 4 p.m. after going missing from his house Saturday morning.

Jae An, 58, a mini mart owner, was stabbed to death in an apparent robbery.

Charge: Clerk smiled at man, who took offense and killed him

The Everett man is accused of aggravated murder. He reported an intense, constant desire to kill.

Jae An, 58, a mini mart owner, was stabbed to death in an apparent robbery.

Faith Calendar

EVENTS Apologetics Forum: Chris Ashcraft, science teacher at Cedar Park School, speaks on Fossils and Evolution at 7 p.m. May 15 at the Calvary Chapel… Continue reading

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EVENTS Yankee Doodle Dash It’s the last chance to run through the streets of downtown Everett with the YMCA on the Fourth of July. The… Continue reading

He had a gun illegally, but cops were wrong to arrest him

The man was parked at the Rodeo Inn in Lynnwood. Judges say police erred in their approach.

Mountain Loop Highway opened for the season on Friday

It closed in December for the winter. Both lanes are now clear from Granite Falls to Darrington.

New kidney dialysis clinic coming to south Everett in 2020

The center, near the Everett Mall, will offer treatment and training for at-home dialysis.

Police chase near Lynnwood went 109 mph, wrong way on I-5

The suspect was possibly drunk, court papers say, and he used “all lanes at his pleasure.”

Strong mayor format in Mukilteo could get the boot by voters

The May 20 City Council meeting might put the issue on the general election ballot in November.

Governor signs bill limiting personal vaccine exemptions

Medical and religious exemptions will remain in place for the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine.

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Marysville co-housing community is a ‘fabulous way to live’

Sunnyside Village will offer affordable cottages, organic gardening and intentional living.

It’s not summer, but temps could reach mid-80s on Saturday

The unseasonable heat could break records this weekend. Showers are likely to return next week.

Bacon, weed cream and sassy shirts: It’s farmers market time

In its second week, Snohomish Farmers Market had 66 vendors Thursday. Everett’s opens on Sunday.

Detectives seek Everett man in property thefts

Timothy Curtis, 44, is accused of stealing $7,000 of items using a fake ID in Marysville.

Northshore superintendent receives 2019 Outstanding Educator Award

On April 27, Michelle Reid, Northshore School District superintendent, was given the 2019 Outstanding Educator Award by the Washington State PTA Board of Directors. President… Continue reading

49 rescued from whale-watch boat aground west of Whidbey

The 60-foot vessel from Victoria reportedly hit a rock near uninhabited Smith Island in the Strait.

Schools to get help assessing students for potential threats

A new law will expand use of assessment techniques and require training of school resource officers.

‘A place to turn for solace’ when addiction kills a loved one

The GRASP support group — Grief Recovery After Substance Passing — is starting a chapter in Snohomish County.