Jennifer Brinkman was found dead in her Marysville home with axe wounds over 20 years ago. Her suspected killer, 52, is a Renton man.
Hepatitis C is usually spread through blood. The suspect, 28, faces allegations of exposing the officers to a contagious disease.
An unknown caller claimed there was an active shooter at Marysville Getchell High School on Tuesday morning.
Reboot Recovery, a faith-based nonprofit, offers peer-led courses on overcoming trauma. City leaders say the need has never been greater.
The move signals potential funding losses for the Marysville School District, though the concept is at least three years out.
Workers at an Albertsons in Marysville urge shoppers to sign a petition blocking the $25 billion deal.
Mukilteo assistant police chief Andy Illyn unwinds by turning puns and dad jokes into greeting cards.
A man also suffered serious injuries in the fire Thursday night in the southwest Marysville area.
They hit it big on shopping channel QVC. The handmade holiday stockings with zippers and handles sell for $20 to $30.
Two state House seats and one Senate seat are up for grabs in the 38th, which covers Everett, Tulalip and parts of Marysville.
At 353 acres, the Port of Everett’s Blue Heron Slough restoration project is among the largest along the Puget Sound.
These local watering holes are serving up the best regional brews, both to go and on tap.
Phil Spirito has a double-life as “Phil the musician.” His indie slowcore band is getting a surprise revival with album reissues.
Graham Kerr, the granddad of cooking entertainment shows in the 1960s, calls Snohomish County home.
Joshua Klick’s estate argued his relationship with a counselor signaled negligence. A judge found the claim had expired.
Meanwhile, a mother of two said Thursday that Starbucks refused to accommodate her schedule when she returned from maternity leave.
Marysville’s population is about 72,000, making it the second-biggest city in Snohomish County.
Todd Kingma claimed he was defending his family when he shot a man in October 2021.
Through a county grant, the Boys and Girls Club and YMCA will host on-campus athletics for grades 6 to 8, but not in the WIAA.
After two levies failed, this year’s budget includes 45 fewer full-time positions. Most reductions were at the elementary level.