George Beutler is the live-in boyfriend of Rose Adams, who herself faces two counts of animal cruelty after 14 dogs were seized from the couple's Edmonds home Tuesday night.
After reviewing video evidence that shows some of those dogs attacking another and others allegedly being manhandled, police say they have seen enough and are asking prosecutors to file charges.
Neighbors who were so fed up with the dogfights lined the street to watch the dogs being removed from the house and the owner, Rose Adams being arrested.
Officers are looking for a man with a gun who allegedly tried to rob a woman outside her Edmonds apartment Wednesday morning.
A sexually explicit photo distributed on Twitter has landed a trio of local high school students in hot water.
An aide to embattled Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon is under investigation for allegedly having homemade pornography on is county-issued laptop computer.
A 67-year-old man is clinging to life after he was injured in a Sunday morning blaze at an Edmonds condominium, fire officials said.
Shelby Wright has been missing for nearly nine years, but his mother is still holding out hope that the mystery of his disappearance will be solved.
The Edmonds Police Department was able to arrest four suspected burglars Tuesday night thanks to the help of an alert neighbor. However, one suspected burglar is still on the loose.
Snohomish County Sheriff's deputies found a large amount of stolen property, including guns, TVs and jewelry, when they arrested two men suspected in a string of burglaries across King and Snohomish counties.
Someone broke into an Edmonds condo unit early Friday and started a fire while its resident was sleeping, according to the Edmonds Police Department.
Spring may have officially begun, but winter weather is hanging on in Western Washington.
Spring weather might finally be around the corner, but not everyone is happy about the warming temperatures.
For many churches and community groups, Easter weekend has historically meant Easter egg hunts, but a number of local cities have taken the controversial step of removing the world Easter.
The Lynnwood City Council's recent approval of a rezone at the former site of Lynnwood High School means the city could soon have an Alderwood Mall-sized development on its hands.