Nearly a decade of complaints, calls and emails and Ellen Broadland still sees old cups stuffed into a truck across the street.
A Marysville police officer who was fired after his young son used a gun left in the family van to kill the officer's 7-year-old daughter may end up getting his job back.
Most people would jump at the chance to set their own speed limit, and some drivers in this Snohomish County city are wondering if that's the case.
A man and woman were arrested Monday morning after ramming three patrol cars during a pursuit Monday morning in Marysville, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office.
A couple of men trying to sell food stamps were robbed at gunpoint by a man impersonating a SWAT officer Thursday evening in Marysville, according to the Marysville Police Department.
A Marysville woman who led a gun trafficking ring and sold dozens of weapons, including some with obliterated serial numbers, has been sentenced to nine years in prison.
Four people successfully fought off a pair of gun-toting home-invasion robbers -- both of whom were later arrested -- Thursday afternoon in Marysville, according to the Marysville Police Department.
The Bellingham Police Department has arrested the man it believes is responsible for breaking into 25 city businesses, as well as multiple other businesses along the I-5 corridor between Everett and Bellingham.
For a family who nearly lost it all four years ago, the pain of losing something again is unbearable.
A couple made it out of their burning home alive early Wednesday after a smoke detector awakened them and alerted them to the danger, Marysville fire officials said.
It's said you can't escape technology. That was literally true for a suspected burglar arrested Tuesday after a stolen iPad's tracking device led law enforcement right to him.
A 26-year-old burglar was arrested with stolen handguns and $5,000 worth of jewelry, precious metals and cash (less the several hundred dollars he had apparently already spent on drugs), according to the Arlington Police Department.
A Marysville man accused of exposing himself repeatedly to residents of a South Seattle block now faces felony charges.
Marysville police are looking for two young brothers who were last seen early Sunday morning.
A man carrying a bicycle was struck by a freight train and killed about 3 a.m. Wednesday near a crossing in Marysville.