Lynnwood

Ruling might mean a third trial over attempt to kill ex-wife

This time, an appeals court found that evidence implicating David Morgan was seized illegally.

Body of Lynnwood teen recovered from lake

David V. Fesko tried swimming to shore after falling off a flotation device.

EdCC chef wins Beard award

Edmonds Community College student chef Irma Jimenez won the first Experienced Professionals/Pupils in Culinary (EPPIC) competition in mid-April. She took home a Microsoft Surface tablet,… Continue reading

EdCC Foundation gala exceeds goal

The Edmonds Community College Foundation’s annual gala was held May 5 and exceeded its goal by $10,000, raising $340,000 in all for scholarships, emergency funding… Continue reading

Lynnwood Rotary awards $63K in scholarships

The Rotary Club of Lynnwood awarded $63,000 in Martha Lake Community Club Scholarships to 15 students at a May 10 awards ceremony. The $4,500 scholarship… Continue reading

Woman’s body found near Lynnwood

Sheriff’s deputies say it’s too early to know if the death is suspicious.

Distinct tattoo helps ID Lynnwood bikini-barista robber

The suspect was booked into jail for investigation of first-degree robbery.

Now’s the time to get excited about the royal wedding — or not

Matrimony across the pond is making a ripple around the Puget Sound region.

Teen stabbed after trying to steal pot

Deputies arrested him for investigation of first-degree robbery.

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

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

Witnesses dispute Lynnwood cop’s account of fatal shooting

A lawsuit accuses Officer Zachary Yates of “outrageous and reprehensible use of deadly force.”

Mabel Hume, 10, of Lynnwood loads a wheelbarrow with evasive plants during a cleanup of South Lynnwood Neighborhood Park on Saturday. (DOUG RAMSAY / FOR THE HERALD)

Lynnwood volunteers help with cleanup, suggest improvements

“Clean & Green” is a city-led effort to beautify parks and other public areas in south Lynnwood.

Mabel Hume, 10, of Lynnwood loads a wheelbarrow with evasive plants during a cleanup of South Lynnwood Neighborhood Park on Saturday. (DOUG RAMSAY / FOR THE HERALD)
Beverly Elementary fourth-grader Helini Kahsay looks on a picture list of bugs, Legand Marshall takes cell phone videos and Landon Smith spoons water and insects into a container during a a trip to Hall Lake to look at bugs, nature walk and release salmon fry on Thursday, May 3, 2018 in Lynnwood, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Beverly Elementary fourth-graders take field trip to Hall Lake

There they released salmon fry, took a nature walk and studied what lives in the water.

Beverly Elementary fourth-grader Helini Kahsay looks on a picture list of bugs, Legand Marshall takes cell phone videos and Landon Smith spoons water and insects into a container during a a trip to Hall Lake to look at bugs, nature walk and release salmon fry on Thursday, May 3, 2018 in Lynnwood, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Students bake up good carbs for a good deed for food banks

Elementary and high school students in the Edmonds School District teamed up with the King Arthur Flour Company to learn about and bake yeast bread… Continue reading

Same woman? Another bank is robbed, this time in Lynnwood

In Lynnwood and earlier in Marysville, a female suspect — or suspects — wore oversized sunglasses.

No injuries, cause under investigation in Lynnwood house fire

South Snohomish Fire & Rescue extinguished the flames early Wednesday morning.

Man gets 7 years for Alderwood mall stabbing

Jodie Trevon Taylor apologized at his sentencing for wounding a good Samaritan on Christmas Eve 2016.

The UFOiTeam meets weekly for out-of-this-world conversation

These “abductees,” “experiencers” and “contactees” are otherwise unremarkable humans dining at Denny’s. (Video)

A few samples of the free comics available at Everett Comics on Free Comic Book Day. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Today’s Free Comic Book Day caters to fans of every stripe

Hundreds of comic shops and libraries nationwide participate in the event.

A few samples of the free comics available at Everett Comics on Free Comic Book Day. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)