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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
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.
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.
Police investigate fatal shooting at Edmonds Senior Center
Police are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred late Friday night along the Edmonds waterfront. The shooting was reported at the Edmonds Senior Center, 220 Railroad Ave., which was being rented out for a private event, according to MyEdmondsNews.com. Edmonds police Sgt. Shane Hawley tells th
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.
News Files: Electricity had to be conserved in 1948
EARLY HISTORY: In 1868, Rasmus Settre and wife Ingeborg came to America then to Stanwood in 1885 at Cedarhome. The Depot Restaurant and candy stand were for sale in 1908, by Erick Johnson at East Stanwood.
Watch: Take a ride on the Edmonds ferry as winds hit 60 mph
ON PUGET SOUND, Wash. -- Usually when you think of having to sail treacherous seas, you're in the middle of an ocean. But you didn't need to go far on Friday night -- just Puget Sound would do.
CHC of Snohomish County Offers Opioid Addiction Treatment
The Nation is in an opioid epidemic. In 2017, 72,000 people in the US died from drug overdoses. Of those, 49,060 were from opioids - up from the previous year. Snohomish County is seeing some of the worst of it, being second only to King County in Washington State with 100 opioid overdose deaths in
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.
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.
Man who kept child pornography ‘fairy house’ gets 9 months in jail
SEATTLE -- A man whose hoard of child pornography was discovered in a tree house in the Snoqualmie National Forest in 2016 has been sentenced to nine months in jail. SeattlePI.com reports 57-year-old Daniel Wood of Mill Creek pleaded guilty in November to possession of child pornography and attempte
2019 Draft Diary: Jack Hughes
Jack Hughes, the projected No. 1 pick in the 2019 NHL Draft in Vancouver on June 21-22, will write a monthly diary this season for NHL.com leading up to the draft. The 17-year-old forward, who is the brother of Vancouver Canucks defenseman prospect Quinn Hughes, the No. 7 pick in the 2018 NHL Draft,
Police, FBI investigate neo-Nazis’ attack on Washington DJ
EVERETT, Wash. -- Authorities say the FBI is now involved in an investigation into an attack by several white supremacists on a black DJ at a tavern in Washington state over the weekend.
'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
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.
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
Wind watch in effect for area as another storm rolls in
Officials are urging residents and motorists to brace for another round of strong southerly winds expected to sweep through the Stanwood Camano region on Friday, according to the National Weather Service's wind watch issued for the area.
Prep Roundup: Cubs split double dual
SEDRO-WOOLLEY — The Sedro-Woolley girls’ wrestling team faced a tough battle at home Wednesday night. The Cubs edged Arlington 42-39 and lost to Everett 42-24 in a double dual with two teams from Snohomish County.
Would-Be School Shooter Pleads Guilty In SnoCo Superior Court
EVERETT, WA — The Mukilteo School District student who robbed a gas station and plotted to shoot his classmates at ACES High School in Everett earlier this year reportedly admitted his guilt in Snohomish County Superior Court last week.
Viaduct/Downtown Seattle Traffic Cams
The City of Seattle and Washington State Department of Transportation have traffic cameras in the viaduct area. Click the icons to see images or video of traffic congestion around the Alaskan Way Viaduct.