Alleged shooter of TV is veteran with PTSD, prosecutors say

The Darrington man, a former Marine, appears to be struggling with mental health issues.

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Colton Harris-Moore, known as the “Barefoot Bandit,” as seen on a GoFundMe page where he sought to raise $125,000 for flight training. (GoFundMe)
‘Barefoot Bandit’ asks judge to shorten his supervised release

Colton Harris-Moore says travel restrictions are holding back a lucrative public-speaking career.

Legislature OKs step toward year-round daylight saving time

Federal law allows a switch to permanent standard time, but the reverse requires congressional approval.

Marysville and Sultan voters pass fire measures

Tuesday’s election also looked favorable for Marysville’s fire measure, but not Monroe’s hospital levy.

Charges: For cigarettes, a man agreed to help rob a bank

An Everett man, 27, was charged in a January 2018 robbery involving a fake bomb near Martha Lake.

Out on bail, Monroe man accused of new threats to kill Jews

A judge raised Dakota Reed’s bail to $500,000. The FBI found more anti-Semitic memes on Facebook.

Un-development: Buildings are coming down — and staying down

A habitat restoration effort on Little Bear Creek aims to offset damage from future road projects.

By 2040, they aim to plant 1 million trees over 2,500 acres

Snohomish County has teamed up with the conservation group Forterra on the Healthy Forests Project.

Bryan Hinze, of Lynnwood, sports a Avengers Lego themed hat, with even a couple DC super heroes mixed in, while attending the first showing of the Avengers:Endgame movie at the AMC Alderwood Mall 16 on Thursday, April 25, 2019 in Lynnwood, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
“Avengers” to draw crowds close to home and around the world

Ticket presales went gangbusters for theater chains, includingSnohomish County’s cineplexes.

Vicci Hilty (left), executive director of Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County, at the nonprofit’s new South County Advocacy Center with Debra Bordsen, deputy director of the agency. (Dan Bates / The Herald)
Abuse victims have a new place to find help in south county

It’s not a shelter, but the Domestic Violence Services site in Lynnwood can point the way to safety.

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