Everett

Everett man shot in both legs over WiFi dispute

The alleged shooter was taken into custody on suspicion of first-degree assault.

 

An annual tradition: Local fire crews fight California blaze

Firefighters from agencies throughout Snohomish County have made it back home, “safe and sound.”

 

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HEADS UP Stuff a Bus Help the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for…

 

July’s Monroe earthquake is informing plans for future danger

Gathered by lucky accident, data from the 4.6-magnitude quake could help assess bigger hazards.

Guilty: Everett man tied up homeless man, left him to die

A jury deliberated less than a day before convicting Matthew McGowan of murdering Michael Boone.

County exec suggests taking jail oversight away from sheriff

Dave Somers’ idea got pushback from Sheriff-elect Adam Fortney, who promised vigorous opposition.

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EVENTS Climate talk and action A Climate Reality presentation and conversation by WSU Snohomish County Extension Sustainable Community Stewards is scheduled for 6:30 to 8… Continue reading

Funko, the Everett-based toymaker, opens a Hollywood store

The location is the second brick-and-mortar retail store for the company — the first being in Everett.

Her ticket to winning the $50,000 lottery jackpot? Hard work

Rose Travis, 46, of Everett, won the “Dream Big” prize awarded annually to an Aegis Living employee.

Doreen Ricci shares memories of her late father, Jake Boersema, who worked 48 years for Sears in Everett, many of these years at the Everett Mall store. Among his memorabilia is an engraved clock, a trophy awarded in 1977 for Boersema having the No.1 Sears hardware department in the nation. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

As Sears closure looms, daughter of star salesman looks back

A “retail baby,” she’s still in the business as the store where her dad spent decades nears its final days.

Doreen Ricci shares memories of her late father, Jake Boersema, who worked 48 years for Sears in Everett, many of these years at the Everett Mall store. Among his memorabilia is an engraved clock, a trophy awarded in 1977 for Boersema having the No.1 Sears hardware department in the nation. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett ivory seller jailed in first conviction under new law

Donald Rooney, 72, was given 15 days in jail, a month under house arrest and $14,000 in fines.

Korea’s first and only astronaut shares her story in Stanwood

Yi So-yeon spent nine days aboard the International Space Station — then had a rough return landing on Earth.

Man arrested after shooting at Casino Road apartment complex

Police surrounded the building Friday night and a SWAT crew used tear gas to get the man to surrender.

‘The most outstanding building in Everett’

The historic downtown YMCA served for nearly a century. Today it closes.

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.

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EVENTS Women’s Connection: The Mill Creek Christian Women’s Connection is hosting an 11:45 a.m. luncheon Dec. 9 at Shawn O’Donnell’s Restaurant, 122 128th St. SE,… Continue reading

Man testifies he didn’t tie Michael Boone to a tree to die

Matthew McGowan is accused of tying up the Everett man, leaving him to die outside in freezing cold.

Everett rethinks low-cost housing opposed by some neighbors

The reversal would halt plans for affordable apartments for homeless students in the Port Gardner area.

Man shot at apartment complex on Casino Road in Everett

He was transported to a hospital. Detectives were working Friday evening to identify a suspect.

Man dies after stun-gun altercation with Everett police

The Lake Stevens man, 39, who was being investigated and reportedly was armed, died overnight.

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