Several Lynnwood businesses were put on lockdown Thursday evening while police searched for an armed bank robber.
King County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a pair of robbers who attacked and robbed a taxi driver last week in Lynnwood.
The Seattle-area family of an American citizen detained in North Korea for more than a year is cheering Pyongyang's decision to release 85-year-old tourist Merrill Newman and wondering when their loved one will come home.
Fire crews around the region spent a bitterly cold weekend battling flames at more than 10 structures. Fires destroyed homes in Granite Falls, Seattle, Everett, and Olympia, damaged homes in Redmond, SeaTac, Graham, and Gig Harbor, Maple Valley and burned through a deck in Lynnwood. One commercial fire was also reported in Seattle.
Two people were injured Tuesday afternoon when a Sound Transit bus crashed into an SUV in Lynnwood.
Deputies are looking for a man who fired a shotgun into the side of a borrowed Subaru instead of returning it to its owner Wednesday morning, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.
As a better picture emerges of the level of devastation where Typhoon Haiyan swept through the Philippines, local relief groups are scrambling to help.
A Lynnwood man was sentenced Thursday to 18 years in prison for strangling his wife to death and dumping her body in the woods seven years ago.
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.
A driver was ejected from his car in a fiery crash Wednesday morning on Interstate 5 north of I-405.
In his 25 years as an outdoor school instructor, Dave Swan has talked a lot about disasters. Volcanoes? Check. Earthquakes? Sure thing. Tsunamis? Been there, done that.
The city of Lynnwood has returned 202 dead marijuana plants and 6 pounds of drying pot that was seized from a group of medical marijuana patients more than a year ago.
A market in Lynnwood is facing a fine of more than $29,000 for allowing people to use federal food assistance to buy items they weren't supposed to: specifically, a few metal sieves, mortars-and-pestles, a box of henna and a teapot, all totaling less than $55.
A used car company has agreed to forfeit $1.5 million and pay a $250,000 fine over the way it handled cash transactions.
The mother of an American detained in North Korea says it broke her heart to leave him behind after visiting him there, and urged the U.S. government to do everything it can to secure his freedom.