Lynnwood

He allegedly abandoned his mom, 86, and drained her account

A case in Lynnwood highlights how vulnerable adults can be targeted for financial exploitation.

Kenneth Strum (right) shakes hands with Consul General Hyung-jong Lee after being presented his Ambassador for Peace Medal on Monday morning at Northwest Church in Lynnwood. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Korea doesn’t forget US troops of that cold, ‘forgotten war’

Seattle’s South Korean Consulate presented 60 veterans with Ambassador for Peace Medals in Lynnwood.

Kenneth Strum (right) shakes hands with Consul General Hyung-jong Lee after being presented his Ambassador for Peace Medal on Monday morning at Northwest Church in Lynnwood. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

In county’s new fire academy, it takes work, study and work

First lesson: The lives of your neighbors and your fellow firefighters are in your hands.

Come out and party with your local police officers

On National Night Out, families can interact with first responders — no emergency needed.

Lynnwood grad completes Air Force basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Robert Kluth graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Kluth is the son… Continue reading

Starving? This place in Lynnwood may be Good Pho You

Portions at the restaurant are generous: Medium is large, large is extra large, extra large is huge.

EdCC exchange student from Mongolia missing since July 1

Lynnwood police say he has no family in the area.

Lynnwood duplex fire displaces 5 residents; no one hurt

Three people were sleeping when a passing driver stopped, honked and yelled that there was a fire.

Melissa McCawley is comforted by relatives after hearing that Todd Eugene Brown, 52, is found not guilty at the Snohomish County Courthouse on Thursday in Everett in the deaths of her daughter, Amiyah Johnson, 12, and her niece, Yesterday Wallace, 2. A judge found Brown not guilty of being impaired by methamphetamine when a crash killed the two cousins on I-5 near Lynnwood, even though his blood tested positive for drugs. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Driver with meth in blood found not guilty in girls’ deaths

The judge said the drug’s mere presence was not sufficient to conclude he was impaired on I-5 that day.

Melissa McCawley is comforted by relatives after hearing that Todd Eugene Brown, 52, is found not guilty at the Snohomish County Courthouse on Thursday in Everett in the deaths of her daughter, Amiyah Johnson, 12, and her niece, Yesterday Wallace, 2. A judge found Brown not guilty of being impaired by methamphetamine when a crash killed the two cousins on I-5 near Lynnwood, even though his blood tested positive for drugs. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

EdCC Foundation awards record number of scholarships

Edmonds Community College Foundation honored its 2018-19 scholarship recipients. Pictured (from left) are Sabrina Hernandez, Jennifer Corona, Joanna Coleman, Edmonds Community College Foundation Executive Director Brad Thomas, Nedir Ziane, Kiranpreet Kaur, and Katherine Merriwether. (Contributed photo)

Lynnwood beauty-supply store robbed of cash

The robber might have jumped into a red vehicle. He was at large Thursday.

Two theater companies offer Shakespeare in the park

The free performances will take place in Lynnwood, Edmonds and Lake Stevens.

His photos are everywhere, it seems — even on postage stamps

Wildlife photographer Kevin Ebi’s latest famous pic captured the northern lights in Snohomish County.

For creative retirees, a wide range of college classes

A program at Edmonds Community College celebrates its 25th anniversary, and it’s bigger than ever.

Trooper hurt after suspected drunk driver rear ends parked SUV

The Washington State Patrol trooper was checking speeds on Highway 525 in Lynnwood.

Jim Mallonee and wife, Shirley Mallonee, at Brookdale Silver Lake on July 5 in Everett. Jim and Shirley have been married for 52 years. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Alzheimer’s help for caregivers and family is close to home

The Alzheimer’s Association has new offices in Lynnwood that provide memory-loss aid and resources.

Jim Mallonee and wife, Shirley Mallonee, at Brookdale Silver Lake on July 5 in Everett. Jim and Shirley have been married for 52 years. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

115 mph on I-5, 110 mph on Highway 99, and now 0 mph in jail

The 18-year-old suspect bailed out of the SUV and ran, but four passengers promptly gave up his name.

Cleanup at former Lynnwood gas station

The state is seeking comment on a plan to remove pollution.