By B. Tanner Updated with new information 5/20 & 5/21
(SNOQUALMIE, WA.) – Fatal cougar attacks in America are so rare that your chances are better of dying from a lightning strike or from a domestic dog attack. But cougars do attack humans on rare occasions and they do kill.
(EVERETT, WA.) – It was just a little over a month ago on April 11th that detectives from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office and the Skagit County Sheriff’s Office held a joint news conference.
The purpose was to unveil some amazing sketches of a suspect, based on the man’s DNA profile, in the unsolved violent murders of a young Canadian couple in our state thirty-one years ago, back in November 1987.
(REGIONAL) – As the headline says, be prepared to be patient and expect some delays as you sit there in your fine internal combustion engine powered automobile in a traffic backup between Lake Stevens/Snohomish and Everett on Highway 2.
(GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY, WA.) – The May 11 sentencing of James Walker proceeded as planned inside Grays Harbor, Washington, Superior Court: The 32-year-old pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the second degree in the death of Jimmy Smith-Kramer, a young father of two and member of the Quinault Indian Nation.
(PORT ORCHARD, WA.) – One of the most horrific unsolved crimes here in the Pacific Northwest, arguably thee most horrific in recent years since it involves four members of one family, is the shocking murders last year of a family from Seabeck, Washington.