Lynnwood

School board OKs another $200,000 for cleanup on prime land

The Edmonds School District wants to sell the 9-acre parcel near the Alderwood mall in Lynnwood.

 

Woman hurt, three cats dead after Lynnwood house fire

The woman was taken to a hospital for smoke exposure, and a cat to an emergency veterinarian.

 

Proposed design concepts for the I-405/Highway 522 interchange and the I-405/ Highway 527 interchange. (WSDOT)

Bonding toll revenue allows work on I-405 project to begin

The widening project between highways 522 and 527 is set to launch with bus rapid transit in 2024.

 

State Supreme Court upholds attempted murder conviction

The case of David Morgan has been sent back to the Court of Appeals after a search and seizure issue.

Charges pending as FBI investigates racist Lynnwood beating

Eight alleged white nationalists are still awaiting charges in an attack at the Rec Room Bar Grill.

Jeep linked to pedestrian hit-and-run found — but not driver

The Wrangler is believed to have struck a student Monday south of Everett, near Mariner High School.

They’ve got big dreams for the Lynnwood Convention Center

A panel is recommending an exhibit hall for concerts, trade shows and a year-round farmers market.

Bob Ade, 84, kaleidoscope artist. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Bob the kaleidoscope master spins reality thousands of times

The Lynnwood artist, 84, is known worldwide for the scopes he makes at his home. Some go for $2,000.

Bob Ade, 84, kaleidoscope artist. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Lynnwood second-grade teacher ready for Arctic adventure

Jennie Warmouth leaves today for an 11-day fellowship to study polar bears and climate change.

Jamie Boyd (left), a second grader at College Place Elementary School, carefully places seeds with her mom, Larissa Boyd, and sister, Kalliope Boyd, during a recent planting party. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Farm to table, garden to classroom

Students at College Place Elementary School learn to grow their own food.

Jamie Boyd (left), a second grader at College Place Elementary School, carefully places seeds with her mom, Larissa Boyd, and sister, Kalliope Boyd, during a recent planting party. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Seattle light rail add-ons won’t slow Everett’s project

By law, the Ballard and West Seattle tunnels wouldn’t endanger funding or delivery dates, he said.

Police: Everett man steals laptops, then pepper-sprays cops

The man allegedly stole the computers from a Microsoft kiosk at the Alderwood mall in Lynnwood.

Water-ski maker Connelly is expanding from boards to tubes

Meanwhile, tariffs could raise production costs at the longtime Lynnwood manufacturer.

Man allegedly points gun at girlfriend, takes 6-week-old son

Police tracked his phone from Lynnwood to Everett, where he was arrested.

Marine Corps veteran Michael Reagan, creator of the Fallen Heroes Project, presents a folded American flag to Yee Hang Vang Tuesday in honor of Vang’s uncle, Say Chao Thao, who served in the CIA’s secret army in Laos during the Vietnam War. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Honors for Hmong man who served with CIA secret army in Laos

Vietnam veterans and Gold Star parents attended an unofficial ceremony at the Hero’s Cafe in Lynnwood.

Marine Corps veteran Michael Reagan, creator of the Fallen Heroes Project, presents a folded American flag to Yee Hang Vang Tuesday in honor of Vang’s uncle, Say Chao Thao, who served in the CIA’s secret army in Laos during the Vietnam War. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Singing about the mafia, Lynnwood man allegedly shoots wife

She was in the bathroom. He had drunk a six-pack. They called it an accident.

After 40 years in fire service, South County chief retires

Bruce Stedman responded to the L.A. riots and the Oso mudslide. Now he’ll focus on health and family.

Lynnwood man missed a meetup with friends; he’d been killed

A search warrant revealed new details in the killing of Danny Hinojosa, who was found dead in April.

Could Seattle light rail tunnels delay the Link to Everett?

Snohomish County leaders aren’t sold on plans to study underground routes to West Seattle and Ballard.

This photo illustration is a mockup of what the traffic signal box might look like for Lynnwood’s “Big Hair and Blue Eye Shadow” photo contest to art up a box near the Alderwood mall. That’s Shannon Sessions, Lynnwood city councilwoman, in her 1988 Meadowdale High School graduation photo.
                                (City of Lynnwood)

Yikes! Big hair and blue eye shadow is stylin’ in Lynnwood

Dude, beer can earrings are like, totally, a bonus in “Almost Live!” contest to art up a signal box.

This photo illustration is a mockup of what the traffic signal box might look like for Lynnwood’s “Big Hair and Blue Eye Shadow” photo contest to art up a box near the Alderwood mall. That’s Shannon Sessions, Lynnwood city councilwoman, in her 1988 Meadowdale High School graduation photo.
                                (City of Lynnwood)