Lynnwood

Cities start to deal with the fallout of I-976

Without the revenue car tabs brought in projects and road maintenance are likely to be postponed.

Suspect sought in assault at Edmonds Community College

The suspect allegedly punched another man then walked away at a bus stop in Lynnwood.

‘Wolfman Jim’ rocks out for handouts on Lynnwood street corner

Drunk and homeless for decades, the well-known panhandler is performing his act clean and sober.

Twice a month Deb Kocher paddles to the middle of Lake Crabapple to collect data. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Nearly 30 years of keeping tabs on Snohomish County lakes

Volunteer monitors have become the “eyes and ears” of 31 lakes, tracking changes in the waterways.

Twice a month Deb Kocher paddles to the middle of Lake Crabapple to collect data. (Lizz Giordano / The Herald)

Suspect in Lynnwood bank robberies arrested in Mount Vernon

Police were able to identify a suspect after two heists across the street from each other.

They came to the college from 16 countries, but this is home

The “Origin/Identity/Belonging” show includes the portraits and essays of 22 international students.

Fernando Moratalla, a U.S. Marine veteran, hugs Myra Rintamaki at the Veterans Resource Center at Edmonds Community College Tuesday. Rintamaki is a Gold Star Mother whose Marine Corps son Steven was killed in Iraq in 2004. Moratalla is an immigrant from Venezuela. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

EdCC will honor immigrants who served their chosen country

Veterans event will also celebrate 10th anniversary of “Boots to Books and Beyond” monument on campus.

Fernando Moratalla, a U.S. Marine veteran, hugs Myra Rintamaki at the Veterans Resource Center at Edmonds Community College Tuesday. Rintamaki is a Gold Star Mother whose Marine Corps son Steven was killed in Iraq in 2004. Moratalla is an immigrant from Venezuela. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Lynnwood police looking for man who allegedly robbed 2 banks

First he went to a Key Bank, then went across the street to Wells Fargo. He implied he had a weapon.

Fire investigators, right, talk as firefighters remove debris after a fatal fire at 6707 196th St. SW on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019 in Lynnwood, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Shoreline siblings identified as victims of Lynnwood fire

Mardoqueo Jimenez Lopez, 7, and Victoria Jimenez Lopez, 15, died of smoke inhalation.

Fire investigators, right, talk as firefighters remove debris after a fatal fire at 6707 196th St. SW on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019 in Lynnwood, Wash. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

For 100 mph deadly crash in Lynnwood, man gets 11 years

Khanh Tran’s family held differing opinions about how much prison time Joshua Krueger should serve.

Troopers seek witnesses in suspected DUI crash in Lynnwood

A woman suffered a broken leg in the five-car crash. The suspect reportedly failed sobriety tests.

Lynnwood fire killed siblings from Shoreline, ages 7 and 15

The brother and sister were visiting family at a townhouse Sunday afternoon when fire broke out.

Two children dead in apartment fire in Lynnwood

A boy and two adults escaped from the home in the 6700 block of 196th Street SW.

Police looking for woman, 87, with memory issues in Lynnwood

The woman left a church service without any money or knowing English.

An incumbent and a felon duel for County Council seat

Stephanie Wright is seeking a third term. Opponent Willie Russell is campaigning as a change agent.

Fake noise complaints inundate Everett’s Paine Field airport

The director of the Snohomish County-owned airport was the target of a scam to register complaints.

More overnight rolling slowdowns on I-5 this week

The work for the Lynnwood Link Extension will impact traffic between Lynnwood and north Seattle.

Heavy trucks face new parking restrictions in neighborhoods

Snohomish County leaders passed a 12-hour parking limit for unincorporated residential areas.

Steven Greenebaum talks about his new book, One Family: Indivisible at Third Eye Books in Lake Forest Park on October 1, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

This Lynnwood man walked the path to a faith of inclusiveness

Steven Greenebaum, former minister at Living Interfaith Church, writes about his life journey in a new memoir.

Steven Greenebaum talks about his new book, One Family: Indivisible at Third Eye Books in Lake Forest Park on October 1, 2019. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Lynnwood woman missing since early September after taxi ride

Alexandria Youn Suk Kim, 65, took a taxi to Sea-Tac Airport. She hasn’t been by seen since.

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