Two people were rescued at a Snohomish County Park in Edmonds Friday night following a botched double suicide attempt.
With the home team's popularity surging in recent months, it seems even suspected criminals are hopping on the Seattle Seahawks bandwagon. So, this Sunday keep an eye out for these Hawks fans wanted in connection with everything from robbing banks to stealing antiques.
A business owner accused of using her Puget Sound espresso stands as drive-thru brothels was arrested again Thursday and is facing new charges of tampering with witnesses and intimidating a witness.
Democratic Rep. Marko Liias has been appointed to the state Senate, replacing Paul Shinn, who left office for health reasons.
A lot of Seahawks fans are showing their appreciation for the team this championship week. But, perhaps, none more than Tim Connors.
A book crook swiped and sold hundreds of books from local libraries in the past year and used library computers to determine their value.
A pickup truck with a boat crashed through a fence in an Edmonds residential neighborhood Friday afternoon, slamming into a storage shed behind a home there, officials said.
Several Lynnwood businesses were put on lockdown Thursday evening while police searched for an armed bank robber.
Nearly 200 students were forced to leave their residence hall after a broken water main flooded part of the building, setting off a fire alarm and forcing crews to shut off the electricity.
Patients were forced to take shelter Thursday night when a fire broke out at the Swedish Medical Center in Edmonds.
An electrical problem in a sub-basement mechanical room caused the thick smoke Thursday night that billowed through Swedish Medical Center-Edmonds.
Police believe they've nabbed a serial bank robber dubbed the Baseball Cap Crook for the various baseball caps he wears during robberies, according to the FBI.
The Edmonds Police Department is looking for the man suspected of robbing an Alaska USA Federal Credit Union branch Sunday afternoon.
A northbound freight train struck and killed a man on the railroad tracks at Edmonds, bringing ferry and train service to an abrupt halt in the area for several hours Friday morning.
Following a Problem Solvers alert about about utility company imposters in Seattle, the FBI on Wednesday released a joint alert with the Everett Police Department and the Snohomish PUD urging small, neighborhood businesses throughout the region to be on guard.