Ex-Lawyer Impersonates Client for $150KTim A GruverNewsBreak Contributor
More Than 500 Participate in Run For Water Events in California and WashingtonIndia CurrentsNewsBreak Contributor
Amazon’s New Affordable Homeownership Program: A Game-Changer for NashvilleP world news networkNewsBreak Contributor
Consular Camp in Redmond, Washington, On September 24, 2023India CurrentsNewsBreak Contributor
Hiking and Fly Fishing Meadowdale Beach Park, WashingtonSteve B HowardNewsBreak Contributor
Leaked memo from Snohomish Medical Examiner warns of new fentanyl pills
An internal memo that was accidentally released by the Snohomish County Medical Examiners Office warns of a new deadly batch of fentanyl pills.
Snohomish County releases housing and behavioral health capital fund to create 700 units of new housing
Snohomish County Executive Dave Somers on Thursday released the county’s Housing and Behavioral Health Capital Fund, which is a plan for investments to preserve and build affordable housing and behavioral health facilities. This new revenue source will allow the county to invest approximately $114 million over five years to...
Look: Overturned semi truck spills load of fish onto Washington highway
Road crews in Washington were left with "quite the mess to clean up" when a semi truck rolled over on Interstate 5 and spilled its load of fish across all the northbound lanes.
Man found unconscious at Haller Park
On September 20, 2023, at approximately 8:11am, the North County Regional Fire Authority and Arlington Police Department responded promptly to a report of an unconscious bicyclist at Haller Park. Upon arrival at the scene, fire medics immediately initiated life-saving efforts. Despite their efforts, they were unable to revive the man.
Funeral details set for Arlingtonian killed in Marine training accident
Funeral arrangements have been announced for Washington-Liberty High School graduate Spencer Collart, a U.S. Marine corporal who was killed in a training accident last month. Visitation will take place on Sunday, Sept. 24 from 3 to 6 p.m. at Murphy Funeral Home at 4510 Wilson Blvd. in Arlington. The funeral service will be Monday, Sept. 25 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church at 2609 North Glebe Road in Arlington.
Everett police respond swiftly to alleged shooting, 3 men in custody
EVERETT, Wash. — Everett police are currently on the scene of an alleged shooting that occurred Wednesday evening. Everett police said they received a report of shots fired around 5 p.m. in the area of 26th St and Lombard Ave. Everett officers who were in the area reportedly overheard the gunshots and were able to quickly respond, according to officials.
These Everett, WA based puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around Everett.
Converted machine gun found after arrest in Lynnwood road rage shooting
After the suspect's car was impounded, he called 911 to report it had been stolen.
Local Alert: Toxic Algae Detected in Gissberg North Lake, Safety Measures Advised
Toxic algae has been found in Gissberg North, identified by blue-green formations on the lake bottom and floating clumps. A test conducted on September 18th confirmed the presence of the harmful liver toxin, microcystin, exceeding the WA State Department of Health recreational guideline of 8 parts per billion.
Crime & Punishment, 9/21/23 edition
• On Sept. 12 at 1:44 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 300 block of South Harrison Street for a report of shots heard, Arlington police said. Arriving officers recovered evidence confirming several shots had been fired, police said. Witnesses reported observing several unknown individuals running from the area after...
The Spotlight: Exclusive video shows arrest of gang member accused of killing young teen at bus stop
This week on The Spotlight, an urgent plea for your help to catch a wanted sex offender accused of trying to carjack drivers on I-5. Plus, gang violence in Everett claims the life of a young teen shot to death at a bus stop. See the exclusive video as officers arrest the suspected shooter inside a marijuana shop and find him armed with a handgun.
Experience Authenticity: Top 4 Mexican Dishes to Try in Lake Stevens
Welcome to our exploration of Mexican cuisine in Lake Stevens! We're about to delve into four delightful Mexican dishes that you might have tasted already. If you've had the pleasure of trying any of these, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
K-9 officer helps uncover more than $15,000 in stolen property
A K-9 officer worked with the Everett Police to recover more than $15,000 worth of stolen property while searching a suspect’s property according to officials.
Slurp's Up: The 3 Best Noodle Spots in Everett
Welcome to this article where we explore three exceptional noodle restaurants located in Everett. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these places? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Local Cat Shelter EAS Overflows: Here's How You Can Help
EAS, a cat shelter, is currently full and is asking for public assistance. They have suggested several ways people can help. If a healthy stray cat is found, they recommend trying to find its family on your own to prevent overcrowding at the shelter. This can be done by creating flyers, using a paper collar to reach the owner, posting on social media lost pet pages, or filing a found pet report on their website.
Celebrating Snohomish's Own: The Life and Legacy of Carl Lane Clemans
Carl Lane Clemans, a notable figure in the Pacific Northwest, was born on May 30, 1871, in Manchester, Iowa. That year, Snohomish, a frontier town in the Pacific Northwest, was established. Clemans later moved to Snohomish, owning an early home on Avenue C. After a successful football career at Stanford University, he relocated to Snohomish. Clemans co-owned the Snohomish County Tribune and pursued mining, real estate, and logging. He also founded a lumber mill, leading to the creation of Alpine town. Known as 'Papa' by his employees, Clemans lived in Snohomish until his death in 1941.
Local Residents: Share Your Pet Love Story and Help EAS Win $100,000!
Share your love story and help EAS win up to $100,000 from our friends at Petco Love! It's easy - just click the link below and submit your story that tells how your pet changed your life. You can read previous winning stories for inspiration! Don't forget to include those photos we know are clogging up your phone! Submissions close 10/31.Visit here for more details.
Look: Kittens rescued from storm drain in Washington
Residents of a Washington neighborhood teamed up with first responders to rescue two kittens trapped in a storm drain.
Funko Launches Highly Customizable Pop! Figures Ahead of Holiday-Shopping Season
Visitors to the Everett's Funko headquarters and flagship store might already know the unique joy and whimsy that accompanies making a Funko Pop! in their own likeness as part of the toy and collectible brand’s signature Pop! Yourself experience. In fact, it's been so popular in Everett and in...
‘Unsellable Houses’ Hosts Talk the New Season, Trends, and What Makes This Week’s Episode So Special
Snohomish-raised twins and “Lamb & Co.” owners Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis are the hosts of HGTV’s “Unsellable Houses,” a hit home-renovation show with a simple conceit: the sisters, experts in real estate and home design, help Northwest clients struggling to sell their so-far-luckless homes into hot commodities. Last week, the series’ fourth season — which the sisters characterized as both more challenging and more fun than previous ones — premiered on HGTV. 425 hit Lamb and Davis up recently to talk about the difficulties and successes of the latest season, their recently opened Snohomish design center, home-design tips, and more. Our conversation has been edited and condensed for clarity.