Detectives investigating a string of auto thefts have one suspect in custody, but now they need your help in locating the second suspect before anyone falls victim again.
A 14-year old Marysville boy has been suspended for the rest of the school year after officials said he pretended to walk around the hallways shooting friends with his hands.
Zoey Chalk was diagnosed with necrotizing fasciitis on May 25, although her father says it started out like any other infection a child might develop.
A man wanted on outstanding arrest warrants found out the hard (and painful) way that running from police can be a real thorn in your side. And back. And legs.
A local high school senior got the surprise of her life Friday - in addition to a diploma.
After the arrest of Vincent Nutter, officers are looking for Mark Nutter, a fugitive considered armed and dangerous--and wanted in connection with firearms violations.
About 10:30 p.m. Friday night, the Marysville Police Department located and took Krystal M. Andrews into protective custody.
A Marysville police officer has been fired more than a year after his 3-year-old son used a gun left in the family van to kill the officer's 7-year-old daughter.
An aide to embattled Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon is under investigation for allegedly having homemade pornography on is county-issued laptop computer.
Police said the man fired several shots at officers after he crashed a pickup truck during a pursuit on Monday.
An Amber Alert has been issued for an autistic Marysville child who may be with his mother and her boyfriend.
An outraged mother from Marysville claims a teacher locked her special needs daughter inside a "timeout closet" for hours.
Spring weather might finally be around the corner, but not everyone is happy about the warming temperatures.
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.
A man was arrested Saturday evening after driving erratically, slamming into a concrete barrier, then threatening other drivers with a large stick along Interstate 5 north of Everett, the Washington State Patrol reported.