Everett

Teen stabbed after trying to steal pot

Deputies arrested him for investigation of first-degree robbery.

Victim suffered 24 wounds during Everett motel robbery

Police say the gunman had two accomplices. The victim was assaulted, then shot when he charged.

Rapist sentenced again, this time for domestic violence

Daniel Miltenberger was already serving 38 years for ambushing and sexually assaulting a stranger.

Everett woman sentenced to 3 years for punching her infant

A year later, the child still suffers from the effects of brain trauma.

Kroger’s e-commerce deal seen as warning shot in food battle

The main concern about the company was its ability to adapt to the e-commerce shift.

A sex offender challenges the state to define pornography

And the state Supreme Court agrees that a condition for his probation is “unconstitutionally vague.”

County sues to halt ‘egregious’ damage to wetland and stream

The owners developing the land near Paine Field allegedly ignored multiple stop-work orders.

Man shot on Evergreen Way in Everett; suspect arrested

A school was locked down while police searched, and the alleged shooter was apprehended on the grounds.

Summit looks for ideas to draw tourists and their dollars

Snohomish County is investing more than $1.4 million to attract them, a county councilman said.

Neighbor: John Reed showed up in Oso shortly before slayings

He is accused of killing Monique Patenaude and Patrick Shunn, with whom he had a property dispute.

Expect loud noise and flashing lights at the Naval Station

Wednesday will be a day of training exercises.

Motorcyclist injured in collision with turning SUV

Injuries to the rider, a 47-year-old man, were not life-threatening, according to Everett police.

Sally is a parrot about town

She and Rod go everywhere in Everett together.

Political newbies and veterans begin filing for offices

Among them: A Sultan city councilman aiming for Congress and a 19-year-old with his eye on Olympia.

Trial begins over sales tax at Quil Ceda Village

A judge will decide if the Tulalip Tribes or the government has the right to collect millions of dollars.

St. Helens story: Author to discuss ‘Untold Story’ on eruption

The book depicts the buildup to the 1980 eruption, and personal tales of survival and death.

Mukilteo teachers pack meeting, demand renegotiated contract

Their union submitted a formal demand to bargain more than a year before the current contract expires.

First-grader Daniel Sok gets a hand from second-grader Shane Martinez (right) as he and other classmates learn to ride a bike in the gym at Silver Lake Elementary on Wednesday in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

South Everett teachers helping kids ride without training wheels

Not all children learn to ride at home anymore, which surprised the first-grade teachers.

First-grader Daniel Sok gets a hand from second-grader Shane Martinez (right) as he and other classmates learn to ride a bike in the gym at Silver Lake Elementary on Wednesday in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Another pit bull attack, this time at Silver Lake in Everett

A city park ranger was injured by a dog that broke free of its restraint.

Jean Christian Niyonkuru is an auto tech student at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center and also takes classes at Cascade High School. Niyonkuru came to the Puget Sound as a Rwandan refugee and orphan in fifth grade.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)

An orphan from Rwanda finds freedom at his own pace

Jean Christian Niyonkuru pursues his love of cars at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center.

Jean Christian Niyonkuru is an auto tech student at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center and also takes classes at Cascade High School. Niyonkuru came to the Puget Sound as a Rwandan refugee and orphan in fifth grade.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)