Man Accused Of Drowning 6-Year-Old Boy Has Bail Set At $1MA 19-year-old man accused of drowning a 6-year-old Lynnwood boy in a bathtub and putting his body in a dumpster has had bail set at $1 million.
3 Key Players In Drug Distribution Ring Found GuiltyThree key players in a drug distribution ring that operated across Washington state were found guilty after a 10-day jury trial.
Crews Battling 2 Wildfires In Western WashingtonA fire official says rain and cooler weather are helping crews tackled two wildfires burning in east Snohomish County and near the town of Oso.
Burn Bans Called In Pierce, Snohomish, King CountiesThe Puget Sound Clean Air Agency has issued a stage two burn ban for Greater Pierce County and Snohomish County and a stage one burn ban for King County.
17-Year-Old Hiker Rescued After Fall In North CascadesOfficials with the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office say they located and transported a 17-year-old hiker who fell in the North Cascades northeast of Seattle.
Teen Suspected Of Shooting 2 Other Teens In Everett ArrestedAfter a four-hour standoff with police, a 17-year-old man was taken into custody early Friday and evaluated for minor injuries.
Hiker Who Died In Washington Caves IdentifiedThe Snohomish County sheriff's office said Thursday that medical examiners identified her as 34-year-old Anna L. Santana of Moreno Valley.
Dangerous Conditions Slow Recovery Of Body At Ice CavesRescuers say more debris fell overnight, and the body is in the back of the cave, buried by rock and ice. Five people were injured in the collapse and are expected to survive.
Ice Cave Collapse Kills HikerWitnesses heard a loud cracking sound before ice and debris fell inside one of the Big Four Ice Caves northeast of Seattle.
Fires That Slowed Traffic On I-5 Likely ArsonThe Daily Herald reports the Washington State Patrol was looking for two men in their 50s with light-colored hair in a Hyundai Sonata.
Kitsap County Starts Text-To-911 ServiceSnohomish County will begin testing the same service this week, but residents still need to call 911 for help until the testing is completed
Oso Victims Remembered Year After Deadly SlideA solemn crowd gathered in Oso, Washington, on Sunday to honor 43 people who lost their lives a year ago in the deadliest landslide in U.S. history.