Dr. Jimmy Grierson gets a laugh from patient Caylee Lenay as second-year WSU med student Charlotte Cronenweth keeps Evelyn Heintz and Oliver Heintz’s attention using a stethoscope at Providence Marysville on April 8. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Dr. Jimmy Grierson gets a laugh from patient Caylee Lenay as second-year WSU med student Charlotte Cronenweth keeps Evelyn Heintz and Oliver Heintz’s attention using a stethoscope at Providence Marysville on April 8. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

2019: The year in pictures

Daily Herald photographers showcase their top images from the past 12 months.

From defendants in the courtroom to a silhouette of a witch walking down Colby Avenue on Halloween, Daily Herald photographers take thousands of images of life in Snohomish County each year. Here are some of their favorites as well as the newsiest of 2019.

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Kamiak senior strives for career in acting and screenwriting

Paige Cox recently had an interview with Harvard. She’s the lead in both of this year’s school plays.

State Patrol trooper uses SUV to stop runaway truck on I-5

The driver thought it was parked until he got out and it rolled backward into traffic.

Vehicle hits pedestrians, killing one, hospitalizing another

A stretch of 196th Street SW. in Lynnwood was closed overnight during the investigation.

Swedish nurses, caregivers prepare to strike in Edmonds

The healthcare provider is flying in thousands of workers to fill in during the three-day protest.

Lawmakers renew attempt to reform Sound Transit car taxes

A Senate bill would bring some savings. Foes say it doesn’t go far enough and ignores will of voters.

Bill would eliminate most elections in odd-numbered years

Supporters say it would increase voting, opponents say it would limit the ability to file measures.

Looking back: 1974 road trip turns deadly

The Snohomish County sheriff, his wife and mother-in-law were killed while vacationing in Mexico.

Police looking for man who robbed gas station at gunpoint

The man acted like he was going to buy something. Then he pulled out a gun and demanded money.

Snohomish County inmate sues county, gets $110K — and freedom

Jimi Hamilton sued over a records request when the county cited a Jail Records Act that doesn’t exist.

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