A beloved superior court judge with a passion for mentoring young people has died. Judge Eric Lucas made history as the first African American elected to Snohomish County Superior Court.
A beloved Superior Court judge with a passion for mentoring young people has passed away. Judge Eric Lucas made history as the first person of color elected to the Snohomish County Superior Court.
Police said Wednesday that the missing woman was found. No further details have been released.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering $10,000 to anyone who can help them find a missing Indigenous woman last seen in late 2020.
A fire that severely damaged all businesses at the Plum Tree Plaza in Edmonds early Saturday morning is now being investigated as an arson.
Plans are changing for a proposed jail in Lynnwood, Washington.
An 84-year-old Everett-area man is suspected of fatally shooting one of his tenants, who remains missing, authorities said.
Longtime teachers in Everett’s public schools will continue to earn the highest salaries in the state.
The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office arrested an 84-year-old man on murder charges after deputies say he killed his tenant on Aug. 28.
The Washington State Health Association (WSHA) is advising people to avoid large gatherings, including the Washington State Fair that starts on Friday.
In Monroe, one local business owner is honoring the thirteen soldiers killed in Kabul, Afghanistan this week, in a unique way.
In Monroe, one local business owner is honoring the thirteen soldiers killed in Kabul, Afghanistan this week in a unique way.
Police say a pedestrian was struck and killed by a car leaving a parking lot and pulling out oto State Route 99.
A pilot was rescued Thursday after a small plane crashed into Puget Sound and sank near Edmonds Marina.
Local officials trying to identify housing and other resources in preparation for Afghan refugees to arrive over the next few months.
A personal injury lawyer who practiced in Everett has been disbarred for violating a restraining order, lying to the state bar association and other ethical violations.
The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a homicide victim.
It’s that time of year again: fairgrounds across the region are gearing up to attract large numbers of people with food and craft vendors, live music and a chance for communities to gather in ways they have not been able to in a very long time.
Protocols have been put in place for the fairgrounds — guests will have to wear masks and capacity will be cut down.
Health officials are sounding the alarm, saying critical care beds across the state of Washington are filling up faster than it ever has since the beginning of the pandemic.