Lynnwood

Two 16-year-old boys arrested in Lynnwood shootings

Police surrounded a house for hours before detaining suspects on Saturday.

Suspect in Edmonds sexual assault may have tried again

An anonymous tip led police to check the H-Mart Store in Lynnwood for additional video, police said.

A flurry of south county shootings prompts unease — and resolve

Gunfire this week injured four people, and there will be more security at a football game Friday.

Lynnwood man pleads guilty to rape of dying teen, coverup

Brian Varela could face less than three years in prison for the manslaughter of Alyssa Noceda, 18.

3 wounded in 2 apparently unrelated drive-by shootings

The incidents occurred in residential areas of Lynnwood. In one, a woman was critically wounded.

Fireworks in September: Area bans proposed near cities

Snohomish County considers banning fireworks sales and use from some unincorporated areas.

Lynnwood Kiwanis give and give — $8,200, in the latest round

The Kiwanis Club of Lynnwood recently presented donations to a variety of nonprofits. Grants include $2,000 to the Lynnwood Food Bank, $1,500 to the Edmonds… Continue reading

Neil Hill, 80, enjoys his daily trek along the Interurban Trail in Lynnwood Monday. A missing link of the trail will open next week. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Link’s no longer missing along Interurban Trail in Lynnwood

With work near South Lynnwood Park complete, public invited to take a stroll or ride on new section.

Neil Hill, 80, enjoys his daily trek along the Interurban Trail in Lynnwood Monday. A missing link of the trail will open next week. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Tiny homes to be allowed at Lynnwood tent encampent

The City Council voted 6-0 to give organizations greater flexibility in hosting tent villages.

Award will help fire chief address PTSD in first responders

South County Fire Deputy Chief Shaughn Maxwell has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the International Association of Fire Chiefs Foundation. He is one of… Continue reading

Judge Richard Okrent at the Denny Juvenile Justice Center on Sept. 5, 2018 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Everett library to host new brown-bag-lunch speaker series

Lynnwood’s Richard Okrent will talk Sept. 13 about traveling in Greece.

Judge Richard Okrent at the Denny Juvenile Justice Center on Sept. 5, 2018 in Everett, Wa. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Students get back-to-school boost from Rotary

The Alderwood-Terrace Rotary Club recently marked its 15th Back to School Shopping Event. A total of 52 students, from Spruce and Mountlake Terrace elementary schools,… Continue reading

Lynnwood light rail secures more federal dollars

Sound Transit still needs the feds to commit more than $1B to start building the Lynnwood extension next year.

Why is that Wi-Fi sign on I-5? We travel back to 2006 …

It’s supposed to steer drivers toward the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau in Lynnwood.

Ken Gaydos, a longtime police and fire department chaplain in south Snohomish County, leads a procession during the 2006 funeral for Charles “Chuck” Cain, a member of the Edmonds Fire Safety Foundation. Gaydos died Monday. He was 79. (Herald file)

In people’s very worst moments, chaplain Ken Gaydos was there

The Edmonds man started Support 7 and aided police, firefighters and those affected by crises in south county.

Ken Gaydos, a longtime police and fire department chaplain in south Snohomish County, leads a procession during the 2006 funeral for Charles “Chuck” Cain, a member of the Edmonds Fire Safety Foundation. Gaydos died Monday. He was 79. (Herald file)

‘Idiot’ arrested in shooting that paralyzed man at a car wash

He was the suspected getaway driver and surrendered after a standoff. The alleged shooter is at large.

Refresher course: Back-to-school rules of the road

As classes resume, here’s what you need to know about school zones, school buses and more.

Gallery: Lynnwood falls to Nathan Hale in season opener

It was the first game for the Lynnwood High football team since the loss of fallen teammates.

With recount done, a Libertarian looks to be Larsen’s foe

A hand tally of ballots confirmed Brian Luke’s runner-up finish in the August congressional primary.

Watch your waste stream: Recyclers get picky about trash

China’s decision to stop accepting some material is causing a shift in the U.S. waste industry.