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Ex-Lynnwood lawyer pleads guilty to second-degree theft
A Lynnwood lawyer who already lost his law license is now a convicted felon, accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a client.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Life of a Police Officer: Medically and Psychologically Ruinous
Police officer Brian Post recognized the 16-year-old girl lying face down in the grass at the Whispering Pines apartment complex in Lynnwood, Washington.
Pair of volunteers prep path for Adopt a Stream boardwalk
Larry Gearheard uses a chainsaw March 6 to remove a portion of a stump from a path where an elevated trail will be built through the wetland area along North Creek near the Adopt A Stream Center in McCollum Park in Everett.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Under the Dome: Today is Thursday, March 13, the 60th day of the 60-day legislative session
Puyallup, speaking about the need to pass a bill to require the use of student scores on statewide tests in teacher and principal evaluations.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Edmonds police seeking suspect in car theft, prowls
E dmonds police are seeking more information about a man connected with a series of car prowls in Edmonds and Lynnwood, after police suspect he left a stolen car in the Perrinville neighborhood Monday morning.
Edmonds woman ID'd as Highway 99 crash victim
The woman killed Tuesday morning when her car veered into oncoming traffic on Highway 99 in Lynnwood and collided with another vehicle has been identified.
Noted crusader for racial justice inspires Everett crowd
Cornel West captivated an Everett audience with his words and stories, his unflinching look at a painful history and his inspiring call for love, service and integrity.
Lynnwood task force to focus on Scriber Creek flooding
A community task force has been assigned to study flooding problems along Scriber Creek in Lynnwood.
Lynnwood officials seeking public comment on roads levy
Some key roads in Lynnwood need work, and city officials are collecting comments before moving forward.
Front Porch: Lynnwood park fundraiser
Health makeovers: The American Heart Association is offering a free, 12-week health makeover program, Go Red BetterU, to women in Snohomish County.
A wave of apartments: More than 2,000 units are in the works near Lynnwood
Walk through the door of the clubhouse at Altia apartments and the first thing you see is the black stone fireplace with cozy flames.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Register now through March 30 for '6 Weeks to a Healthier You' program
R egistration is now underway for the upcoming 6 Weeks to a Healthier You program, which will take place April 15-May 20 at the Lynnwood Convention Center.
Woman begins new life in Alaska after U-Haul was stolen in Everett
She went grocery shopping on Monday in donated clothes. For work, she'll wear donated scrubs.
Sheriff seeks to add nursing staff at county jail
Sheriff Ty Trenary is asking the Snohomish County Council for an additional 29 staff positions at the jail, most of them for registered nurses.
Make room for goats: Lynnwood may relax rules for keeping them
If all goes as planned, Anne Smeester might have a goat mansion in her back yard before the year is out.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
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Woman's missing U-Haul truck, minivan located
Spokesman Aaron Snell says 911 callers reported the abandoned vehicle Friday afternoon.
Lynnwood City Council likely to discuss fireworks ban
At the same time, some at City Hall are looking to revive Lynnwood's own public fireworks display and Fourth of July parade.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Stolen U-Haul with woman's belongings found in Lynnwood
The Snohomish County Sheriff's Department has recovered a U-Haul and a minivan that were stolen earlier in the week that had all the belongings of a woman who was moving from Illinois to Alaska.
Police recover stolen guns, jewelry, human ashes, lots more
Are you missing your Wolverine comics? How about a signed Wheaties box or your loved ones cremated remains? Well, the Lynnwood Police Department might have good news for you.