Prosecutors allege Antonial Monroe, of Lynnwood, repeatedly shot a man he accused of stealing in late September.
Caleb Wride, 23, of Everett, was sentenced Monday for the head-on crash that killed Mila and Wilfrido Sarmiento.
In an industry dominated by conglomerates, bakers at The Cottage work under the motto, “EAT REAL BREAD” — literally.
After four hours, a SWAT team detained the man, who claimed to have a gun and barricaded himself in the 17700 block of Highway 99.
Jeremy DeBardi’s solo act — as singer, guitarist, drummer — went viral after 15 years in Everett’s local music scene.
The complaint filed this week alleges numerous mistakes leading to the crash that killed Sharon Gamble and Kenneth Weikle.
The Glock was reported missing days before it ended up in the hands of an Ingraham High School student, cops allege.
The one-story home caught fire in the 15700 block of 52nd Avenue W outside of Edmonds.
Mayor Christine Frizzell vetoed a council measure to ditch the fee. An attempt to override her action came up short.
The boy was in the care of his mother. He died Saturday at Swedish Edmonds, according to police.
Sound Transit is considering moving part of Alderwood Mall Boulevard a little to make room for the elevated track.
Joey George, 37, admitted he made phone calls threatening to shoot Black customers at businesses across the country.
Lynnwood is home to the nation’s 2ooth Gold Star Family Memorial, featuring three unique items built into the foundation
The union said the water district commissioners let conditions worsen with Dick McKinley in charge.
The council needs five votes to override the veto. At last week’s meeting, the council only had four votes for the ordinance.
Event in Lynnwood draws many dressed as catrinas, or skeletons. More festivities slated this week.
Flooded with complaints, the district’s board has placed General Manager Dick McKinley on paid leave.
The city council voted 4-2 to lower its vehicle registration fee to $0. But the mayor could veto it.
Raven Lonewarrior Brealan, 24, is accused of first-degree murder in the killing of Carl Bridgmon, 70, of Lynnwood.
Instead of figuring out a bus route and schedule, Zip lets riders go door-to-door in the Lynnwood entertainment hub.