Lynnwood

Lynnwood man missing since Monday found in Seattle

Dennis Reyes, who is in his 70s and lives with dementia, was reported found early Wednesday.

A medal, a thanks: His radio broadcasts confused the Nazis

At 96, Peter Bellecy was recognized in Lynnwood by the French Legion of Honor.

County’s largest fire agency starts political reshuffling

South County Fire is considering five election districts and two at-large positions for its board.

Armed robbers saw postal truck near Lynnwood as ‘easy money’

Three teens are suspects in a two-county crime spree that ended after an 80 mph car chase.

Packages were flying out the window during a robbery pursuit

After the armed robbery of a mail carrier, three suspects eventually were caught driving a stolen car.

Missing man’s name literally found in grave of 1978 cold case

Officially, the Lynnwood case is unsolved. Detectives hope to find relatives of Horace Prescott Jr.

Betty Lou Gaeng, 91: “I don’t just write history. I am history.”

The Lynnwood woman is being honored Monday with a key to the city.

Menorah lighting welcomes all to celebrate religious freedom

The Chabad Jewish Center of Snohomish County is hosting its seventh-annual Hanukkah event for the public.

‘It’s a girl!’ Trooper helps couple when baby arrives on I-5

Twelve minutes after a Washington State Patrol officer arrived, he relayed the good news by radio.

Apple Cup rivals find common ground at Lynnwood bar

Cougar fans needed a place to watch the game, and a diehard Huskies fan and bar owner wanted customers.

Natural gas pipeline permit application withdrawn — for now

Environmentalists have a long list of concerns about plans to enlarge almost six miles of pipe.

Brian Varela looks back at family and friends of Alyssa Noceda shouting, “See you when you get out,” in Snohomish County Superior Court on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018 in Everett, Wa. Varela had just been sentenced to less than 3 years in prison, for third-degree rape and second-degree manslaughter. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Man who raped dying Everett teen gets less than 3 years

Alyssa Noceda was 18. As she overdosed, Brian Varela raped her and sent joking texts to friends.

Brian Varela looks back at family and friends of Alyssa Noceda shouting, “See you when you get out,” in Snohomish County Superior Court on Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018 in Everett, Wa. Varela had just been sentenced to less than 3 years in prison, for third-degree rape and second-degree manslaughter. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Sound Transit CEO gets a three-year extension and a raise

CEO Peter Rogoff is overseeing the largest mass-transit expansion in the nation, local leaders say.

It’s a wrap!

Local student artwork that now graces signal box in Lynnwood pays honor to libraries.

State drops tax-theft charges against Tacos Guaymas owner

The owner of three locations of the Mexican-restaurant chain had been accused of under-reporting sales tax.

Locals, Funko CEO remember Marvel comics co-creator Stan Lee

Lee introduced characters such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and the Incredible Hulk.

Sound Transit CEO could get 11% raise, contract extension

The agency’s board meets Thursday. Peter Rogoff is paid $328,545 per year now.

Elaine Noble Reas leans into her father, William Franklin Noble, in this photo from about 1940. Reas learned a lot about her dad from letters he wrote in 1918, when he was on the front lines of World War I. Reas, 87, recently wrote tributes about her father and two relatives who fought in World War II. She hopes other people will do the same to preserve the stories of veterans before the opportunity is lost.

Armistice Day: A lot to learn from reading dad’s WW I letters

A Lynnwood woman is taking the time to write beautiful essays about the veterans she loved.

Elaine Noble Reas leans into her father, William Franklin Noble, in this photo from about 1940. Reas learned a lot about her dad from letters he wrote in 1918, when he was on the front lines of World War I. Reas, 87, recently wrote tributes about her father and two relatives who fought in World War II. She hopes other people will do the same to preserve the stories of veterans before the opportunity is lost.

Edmonds man shot by deputy had gun in truck, but not in hand

Nickolas Peters, 24, was driving another man’s pickup, with drugs and a loaded .45-caliber gun inside.

Man accused of arson reportedly has mental health issues

The suspect allegedly set fire to an abandoned Lynnwood home in an attempt to kill himself.