Wednesday May 15
North King County
Police searching for witnesses to chase, driver of car | Update
The Everett and Bothell Police Departments are seeking witnesses to a chase that occured Sunday night and ended with an innocent woman in critical condition.
Wednesday May 15
North Korea: Lynnwood man starts life at 'special prison'
North Korea says a Lynnwood man sentenced to 15 years hard labor has started life at a "special prison." No other details were immediately available Wednesday about Kenneth Bae.
Tue May 14, 2013
'Click it or Ticket' patrols take on texters, talkers
Washington has one of the highest seat belt use rates in the country due in large part to its highly visible "Click It or Ticket" campaign, which includes publicity, extra enforcement and signage.
Lynnwood police: Man terrorizes father during 2-day ordeal
A frail 62-year-old man spent two days being held hostage and threatened at knifepoint by his son and was only able to escape by pretending he needed to buy milk for his wife's in-home daycare, according to the Lynnwood Police Department.
Mon May 13, 2013
Homes evacuated after gas leak in Lynnwood
As many as six homes near Lake Serene were evacuated Monday afternoon after a natural gas leak nearby.
North Korea states case against former UO student sentenced to hard labor
North Korea delivered its most in-depth account yet of the case against a Korean-American former University of Oregon student from Lynnwood, Wash., sentenced to 15 years of hard labor, accusing him last week of smuggling in inflammatory literature and trying to establish a base for anti-Pyongyang activities at a border city hotel.
First responders: We must support those who aid us
It is a must to write this letter, and also a great privilege. It has been a while, but the professionalism of two responders to take my 101 year-old mother to Swedish Hospital in Edmonds from a rehab place in Lynnwood, has stayed in my mind.
Woman allegedly stole $500K from parents in Lynnwood
An elderly Lynnwood couple gave their grown daughter access to their finances so she could make sure they were cared for in the last years of their lives.
Fri May 10, 2013
Kenneth Bae Convicted For Christian Mission To North Korea
A South Korean man watches a television news program showing Kenneth Bae at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, May 2, 2013.
State Rep. Ryu says she's concentrating on special session
Democratic 32nd District State Rep. Cindy Ryu says that she's been using the time since the end of the regular legislative session to prepare for the special session rather than raise money for a possible fall campaign for King County Council.
Thu May 09, 2013
Chancellor Jerrilee Mosier was on the short list of candidates to lead a college in Kirkland, Wash., but sent an email to staff Wednesday informing them that she's decided, after much deliberation, that she belongs at Ivy Tech Community College-Northeast. She participated in a public interview session on April 22 at the college.
Tue May 07, 2013
Lynnwood man held in North Korea faces difficult futue
University of Washington Korean Studies professor Dr. Clark Sorensen told KING5's Mark Wright that Bae could face a difficult future if he is sent to one of the country's labor camps.
'Runaway' bus kills 2 in Kirkland
The driver of a Sound Transit bus says the brakes failed and he was unable to avoid hitting a car Monday night on an Interstate 405 transit ramp, killing two people.
Community Extra: Opportunities
Admire: Library, art on display The Snohomish High School library hosts an open house and mural dedication, 5 to 8 p.m. May 16, in conjunction with the school's Night of the Arts in the main gym.
Mon May 06, 2013
County unveils new tourism brand: 'Open Up'
A European visitor at the Future of Flight Museum in Mukilteo photographs a Boeing 787 lifting off from a runway at Paine Field.
Sun May 05, 2013
North Korea: Lynnwood captive won’t be political pawn
North Korea said Sunday it would not use an imprisoned Lynnwood man as a political bargaining chip, rejecting the possibility of allowing any prominent Americans to visit the North to request the prisoner's release, as it had in similar cases in the past.
Pesticide-free is no easy goal: Cities and schools like the idea, but it takes labor -- a lot of it
Tatum Smith , 4; her twin sister, Jordan; and their friend Eleanor Robb , 5, watch as Katherine McDuffy, 5, does a somersault on a March afternoon at Lowell Park in Everett.
Sat May 04, 2013
Tell Us: Where's the Best Place to Bike in Edmonds?
As the nation celebrates Bike Month in May, Washington state has one more reason to cheer: For the sixth consecutive year, the League of American Bicyclists has named Washington No.
Front Porch: Hear personal defense tips
The city of Mountlake Terrace Police Department is hosting a seminar on "Personal Defense and Personal Safety Tips," from 6 to 9 p.m. May 30 at the Mountlake Terrace Library, 23308 58th Ave.
Thu May 02, 2013
Experience tribal traditions at EdCC powwow
Powwows are social ceremonies that celebrate American Indian traditions so the whole family can attend the 28th annual Edmonds Community College powwow starting tonight.