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UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 20, 2019, 9:02 p.m.

Ex-school board candidate arrested in sex trafficking case

A one-time Edmonds school board candidate has been arrested in a sex-trafficking case after investigators said he groomed his children’s former babysitter and used “emotional and psychological coercion” to force …

UPDATED: Sun., Jan. 27, 2019, 8:08 p.m.

Washington baker apologizes for ‘Build that Wall’ cookie

An Edmonds, Washington, bakery store owner is apologizing for a politically charged Valentine’s Day cookie that generated a social media uproar

UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 8, 2018, 3:11 p.m.

NRA, others sue Edmonds over gun storage law

The National Rifle Association, Second Amendment Foundation and two residents in the Seattle suburb of Edmonds are suing the city over its new gun storage law.

Edmonds takes clean energy pledge

Edmonds, Washington, has pledged to have clean, renewable energy powering its homes, offices and other buildings by 2025.

Man arrested after swastika painted on car outside church

Police have arrested a 21-year-old man in connection with a swastika that was found spray-painted on a vehicle outside a church north of Seattle.

Investigators trying to ID remains found in Edmonds stream

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office says detectives are investigating after human remains were discovered in Edmonds over the weekend.

‘Deadliest Catch’ captain Sig Hansen won’t face charges in alleged abuse

Celebrity crab-boat captain Sig Hansen won’t face criminal charges on claims that he sexually abused his toddler daughter nearly three decades ago, Snohomish County prosecutors said Tuesday after conducting a …

Naked man destroys home in Edmonds, police say

Authorities say a naked man’s fight with police ended in the fiery destruction of a luxury home in Edmonds.

Retired teacher proposes a missing link in education

After dedicating more than 50 years of her life to the education of children, a Pullman native is introducing what she believes is the missing piece to academic – and …

Photo of fallen service members is one for the history books

More than a dozen years ago, Tami Silicio, a native of Edmonds, took a photo of the tunnel-like interior of a cargo plane that held more than 20 flag-draped coffins …

Police: Body found in Lynnwood pond

Authorities say they have recovered a body found in a pond just north of Seattle in Lynnwood.

Driver in double-fatal 2003 crash faces new DUI charge

A former Mead woman, who had turned her life around after serving years in prison for driving drunk and killing two friends in a 2003 crash, is again facing felony …

Teen still fugitive despite award

Washington’s notorious teen burglar remains at large, despite an anonymous $50,000 offer to turn himself in.