Everett ex-cop charged with trying to frame ex’s boyfriend

Jared Corson, a third-generation police officer, is accused of perjury, stalking and official misconduct.

Sweeping racial justice plan blindsides sheriff, prosecutor

Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers is pushing for bail reform, body cameras and a citizen oversight board.

Local small farms rally to meet surge in food ‘panic buying’

Empty shelves and headlines about the supply chain have driven Snohomish County consumers to buy local.

Everett yanks Wood Creek acreage from surplus property list

Mayor Cassie Franklin removed the 92.5 forested acres after public outcry.

Marchers in Marysville denounce racism in youth-led protest

High school students helped organize a peaceful demonstration of hundreds of people Thursday.

They’re voices for the disabled amid the coronavirus pandemic

An Arlington mother and other advocates are working to ensure people with disabilities get the help they need.

Police seek suspect in stabbing of Mill Creek 12-year-old

Martinez D. Mitchell, 43, allegedly helped his son attack the boy.

State schools chief expects classrooms to reopen this fall

Superintendent Chris Reykdal says in-person instruction is possible if schools comply with safety rules.

DNA leads to arrest in 2019 homicide at Everett storage unit

Rob Kaputa, 50, was arrested Tuesday in Oregon, more than a year after the slaying of Eric Adams.

Budget proposal prompts calls to defund sheriff’s office

Reform advocates sparred with police supporters for hours during a Snohomish County Council meeting.

Everett Community College cuts 85 part-time positions

The eliminations are due to campus closures and potential losses in state funding amid COVID-19.

State auditor to probe causes of massive jobless claims fraud

Auditors want to know how criminals used stolen IDs to collect up to $650 million in benefits

Snohomish Health District likely has a small virus outbreak

One employee tested positive and another has mild symptoms. All are getting tested, district says.

Foes file signatures for measure to repeal new sex-ed law

Referendum 90 would let voters decide fate of controversial legislation signed by governor in March.

Oak Harbor woman dies while in police custody in Yakima

She was described as a homeless 33-year-old African American with a history of mental illness.

  • Jun 10, 2020

COVID-19 and Protests

Public Health Essentials! A blog by the Snohomish Health District.

WWII veteran, Lake Stevens barber both waited out shutdown

Bob DeFrang, at 93, was the first and only customer at Steve Iblings’ shop a day after closure ended.

Expect hybrid classes at colleges and universities this fall

Higher-ed institutions in Snohomish County are planning a combination of online and in-person learning.

Facing up to masked living: What to make or what to buy

Face coverings don’t need to be complicated or pricey, says a medical device expert.

Former Kmart property in Everett sells for $18 million

Developers hope to begin construction in 2021 on a five-building, six-story affordable-housing project.