Everett

Woman pleads guilty to role in fatal Everett home invasion

Her charge was first-degree robbery with a firearm. Her boyfriend is charged with murder and assault.

175 data layers: Planners roll out better online map system

Snohomish County’s online app can tell you everything you need to know about the local landscape.

Everett firefighter case moved to state Court of Appeals

The city is asking the court to overturn a decision that the city can’t set minimum staffing levels.

Police seek owners of stolen jewelry found in Everett

Other items seized from a suspect included counterfeit bills, heroin, meth and a gun.

Sisters rescued from apartment fire released from hospital

The Monday blaze displaced six families, according to the Everett Fire Department.

Blind rapper gets 2 years for being a felon with a firearm

Wayne Frisby was taken into custody Jan. 4 after failing to show up for sentencing in late September.

Teen’s guilty plea waylaid by revelation of a relationship

Her probation counselor is dating a deputy prosecutor who previously handled the case.

Bankrupt Geek Chic owed $7.5M; auction raises a fraction

The Everett maker of “heirloom furniture” for gamers ceased operations abruptly last year.

Everett man, 24, reported missing for a week

Jacob Hilkin was last seen near Quil Ceda Village, just east of Tulalip.

Body found in river; missing man’s family says it’s him

Henry Groeneveld disappeared Dec. 11. The medical examiner has not officially confirmed it’s him.

Everett firefighters rescue toddlers from burning apartment

The girls likely had little air left in the room, officials say.

Sex offender convicted again — of rape and burglary

Jurors quickly found Daniel Miltenberger guilty of forcing his way into a woman’s Everett home.

Everett replaces 3,500 signs to help reduce crashes

Baker Drive includes an odd little U-shaped access street that runs mostly parallel to Mukilteo Boulevard, the main drag through Everett’s Boulevard Bluffs neighborhood. It… Continue reading

Flood watch issued for Snohomish County as rain rolls in

A warm front is expected to bring heavy rain to the northern Cascade Range.

Preschoolers learn STEM skills from ‘The Three Little Pigs’

Everett students tested which materials and designs hold up best to the wolf’s huffing and puffing.

Questions about Everett schools’ $330 million bond vote?

Officials will field questions Tuesday about the bond, which would pay for a fourth high school.

Trial delay for suspect in gruesome 2013 Lake Stevens murder

He escaped from the state psychiatric hospital nearly two years ago but was caught after a few days.

Principal Dave Peters holds the door for students exiting first lunch Monday morning at Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek on January 22, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

The ups and downs of school enrollment

Some districts are adding students at a furious pace while others may have leveled off.

Principal Dave Peters holds the door for students exiting first lunch Monday morning at Henry M. Jackson High School in Mill Creek on January 22, 2018. (Kevin Clark / The Daily Herald)

PUD programs help with the power bills

Older adults and residents in low-income households may be eligible for assistance.