Lynnwood

Brown Bear car wash shooter found guilty of paralyzing man

Tony Williams shot the man in a botched robbery, a jury found. An accomplice testified against him.

Come to Lynnwood’s Pho Country House for comfort in a bowl

This family-owned eatery at the H Mart food court serves 15 types of pho, Vietnamese sandwiches, spring rolls and more.

Northline Village’s phase one coming to Lynnwood in 2024

First phase could include housing, retail and office space, or a combination of those.

Teen girl hurt after vehicle collision near Edmonds college

The Lynnwood Police Department was investigating the incident in the 19900 block of 68th Avenue W.

Boy, 14, seriously injured in crash east of Lynnwood

A teen driver reportedly lost control and went through a guardrail. Speed may have been a factor.

Dan Bates / The Herald
                                Diane Grossenbacher, office manager at Lynndale Elementary School, will celebrate her 15th actual birthday and turn 60 on Saturday, leap day. Third- and fourth-graders on Wednesday give her an early birthday card and had fun answering math questions related to leap year.

Leap of fun: School staffer turns 60 on her 15th birthday

A Lynnwood elementary school office manager makes a math lesson out of her every-four-years celebration.

Dan Bates / The Herald
                                Diane Grossenbacher, office manager at Lynndale Elementary School, will celebrate her 15th actual birthday and turn 60 on Saturday, leap day. Third- and fourth-graders on Wednesday give her an early birthday card and had fun answering math questions related to leap year.

Man on run shot at troopers more than 20 times, report says

A 45-year-old Redmond man led troopers on a chase from Everett to Redmond. The motive is unknown.

Lynnwood-area standoff ends with no injuries, man in custody

The suspect allegedly was armed and barricaded himself inside for 5 hours before giving himself up.

Shots fired during freeway chase from Everett to Redmond

A Redmond man was arrested around 4 a.m. Saturday after fleeing state troopers by car and on foot.

A Hamas heir, a nose job, $1.5 million — and global intrigue

An urgent plastic surgery request in Lynnwood may have exposed huge fraud by a Palestinian refugee.

3 choices: How Swift, light rail should hook up in Shoreline

Do you prefer the 185th street corridor, the Aurora Transit Center or decongestion?

South Lynnwood Park to get $2.5 million renovation

A new soccer field, covered picnic area and accessibility upgrades are among the improvements.

Lynnwood nursing assistant charged with manslaughter

Sunkyoung Oh’s defense called the charges “baseless,” “baffling” and a “travesty of justice.”

Lynnwood to forgive interest, fees for tickets paid in March

Payments can be made online, in person or by phone to the Lynnwood Municipal Court.

Bill would require kids’ menus to offer healthy beverages

Children would still be able to order a soda for their meal, but healthier choices would be the default.

Charge: Lynnwood tobacco smuggler dodged $1 million in taxes

The man, 57, reportedly dealt in illicit cigarettes. Tax returns claimed he sold hats and T-shirts.

Bus stop locations chosen for safety and convenience

A reader wondered why so many bus stops are on the far side of an intersection. It’s on purpose.

Separate suspected DUI, hit-and-run crashes hospitalize 4

Emergency responders were busy Saturday night after three collisions across Lynnwood.

Who Am I? A new sketch emerges for ’94 Lake Stickney John Doe

Years after the body was found near Lynnwood, a forensic artist tried to rebuild his face — for a fourth time.

Lynnwood council OKs another city center housing development

Among 239 total housing units, Kinect@Lynnwood is set to bring 48 low- to moderate-income dwellings.

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