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Who Killed Charlie Wall? – Everett Police Say At Least 3 People Know
Once again Everett Police are asking the public to take a look at this video and share it to find a killer. Detectives continue seeking help to identify persons of interest in the homicide of a homeless Everett man.
Burglars target Lake Stevens store owner known for giving so much back to the community.
LAKE STEVENS, Wa - Brazen burglars were caught on camera smashing into a Lake Stevens store and stealing an ATM machine. But it's who they targeted that has the community outraged—a business owner known for giving so much to the community.
Everett Schools Receive $1.9 Million Dollar Grant To Support Medical Pathways Program
Word in from the Everett School District on a vocational program to launch students into medical and health careers. Everett Public Schools has an initial launch to its medical and health careers pathway program next fall. The district aims to set interested students on the pathway to high demand ca
Marysville Pilchuck High School placed in lockdown for ‘crowd control issues’ following fight
MARYSVILLE, Wash. — Crowd control measures were needed after a fight involving five students broke out Friday at Marysville Pilchuck High School. A number of police were called to the school after the fight broke out, Marysville School District Superintendent Jason Thompson said in a letter to famil
Woman hit by tree branch in Bothell in critical condition
BOTHELL, Wash. - - With wind speeds between 50 and 60 miles per hour in some areas, power lines and tree branches in Bothell just couldn’t withstand Friday night’s storm. “This tree has a history of losing branches so I came out to check it and I noticed a branch across my truck. So I figured I’d pi
Sass Named New Public Works Director For Everett
After a nationwide search the City of Everett turned in-house for a new director of Public Works. Here’s the information from the city. Mayor Cassie Franklin has selected Ryan Sass to serve as Everett Public Works director, following a national search. Sass is currently Everett’s city engineer.
Man killed in shooting at party at Edmonds Senior Center
EDMONDS, Wash — A large party at the Edmonds Senior Center ended in gunfire with one man dead and two people arrested. According to the Edmonds Police Department, the senior center on Railroad Avenue had been rented for a party of more than 100 people Friday night. At some point during the party a f
WATCH: Wild ferry ride across Puget Sound during Friday’s windstorm
Passengers on the Kingston-Edmonds ferry got a wild ride across Puget Sound during Friday night’s windstorm. Video from the crossing shows huge waves crashing onto the deck of the ferry as workers near the front of the vessel took cover.
Cascade High School students collect thousands of donations for community
EVERETT, WA - Students at Cascade High School are collecting donations over the next couple weeks to donate to families in need. For 57 years, the students at Cascade High School have conducted a holiday food drive. The drive starts the week after Thanksgiving and runs through the first three weeks
Power outages, trees down after strong winds overnight
After gusts of at least 40 mph in some areas of Puget Sound overnight, a few thousand customers are without power and trees are down in the South Sound Thursday morning. Winds north of Everett were some of the strongest as well as on the coast.
World Junior selection camp starts for U.S.
EVERETT, Wash. -- The USA Hockey selection camp began Saturday with 29 players looking to make the United States roster for the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship. The camp runs through Monday at Angel of the Winds Arena before moving to Sandman Centre in Kamloops, British Columbia, Dec. 18-20. The
Bail Set for 5 of 8 Arrested in Hate Crime Investigation
EVERETT, Wash. – Bail was set yesterday at the Snohomish County Superior Court criminal hearing for five of the eight arrested following an attack on two men at a bar in Everett early Saturday morning:
Brawl at Marysville-Pilchuck High School sparks lockdown
MARYSVILLE, Wash. - A brawl involving multiple students forced Marysville Pilchuck High School into lockdown and sparked a large police response on Friday. The incident unfolded before noon when students began fighting inside the school. The lockdown went into effect as a crowd control measure, scho
'Everything was gone, I'm still angry': Heartless thief stole 85-year-old widow's wallet and engagement ring as she tended to her husband's grave
Police in Everett, Washington, are searching for a thief who rummaged through an 85-year-old widow's van while the victim visited her deceased husband. Patricia Fader was tending to the grave of her husband Harold Fader in Cypress Lawn cemetery in September when the suspect pilfered her wallet and a
Snohomish County storm causes tree to fall into home
SNOHOMISH COUNTY--Strong wind left a trail of destruction in the North Sound, toppling trees onto a house and a car. In Snohomish, the wind knocked down a huge tree onto a grandma’s house on the 12100 Block of 56th Place SE while she was still inside.
Man, 23, killed in shooting at party at Edmonds Senior Center
A 23-year-old SeaTac man was fatally shot outside the Edmonds Senior Center, where the building had been rented out for a party. An Edmonds police officer who was patrolling the area heard several gunshots, then tried to stop a vehicle trying to leave the parking lot of the center at 220 Railroad Av
Tacoma neo-Nazi charged for involvement in Lynnwood hate crime
One of two self-professed neo-Nazis from Washington state who was part of a group who allegedly assaulted a black DJ at a bar in Lynnwood was faces multiple charges, including harassment and assault.
ID needed of suspect after car prowler targets 85-year-old widow visiting husband’s grave
EVERETT, Wash. – Car prowls happen every day in communities across Puget Sound. But this case will likely make your blood boil. An 85-year-old widow was the target for crooks who stole her wallet and a priceless family heirloom – all while she was paying her respects at her husband’s grave site.
Milestone: Boeing delivers its 787th 787 Dreamliner
EVERETT, Wash. - The Boeing Co. this week delivered the 787th 787 Dreamliner to come off the production line, marking a milestone for the super-efficient passenger jet that is the first in the world to be made mostly of composite materials.
Lynnwood Rotary 1965 Red Mustang raffle raises more than $40K for club projects
It was a lucky day for Jim Simpson of Everett. He had the winning raffle ticket drawn Dec. 8 at the Acura of Lynnwood dealership for a Classic 1965 Red Mustang. His lucky ticket was picked from the 4,263 total tickets purchased by thousands of local people who had dreams of winning a car that brough