Crews remain at the scene where a house fire spread to brush near Gold Bar on Thursday morning.
A man who held a grocery store employee hostage for hours while naked is in substance abuse treatment after a plea deal.
After the Bolt Creek Fire ripped through areas near Gold Bar in 2022, the Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management is warning residents to be prepared for another fire season in 2023.
As a Snohomish County man recovers in Everett from two gunshot wounds his family, and friends, are growing frustrated by initial reports of a scrap metal thief shot by a homeowner.
A suspect who held a victim hostage inside the Gold Bar Family Grocer on Croft Avenue on Monday night has surrendered, according to Snohomish County deputies.
With a winter weather advisory announced Tuesday, residents from Baring through Skykomish are concerned about snow and potential flash flooding in areas burned by the Bolt Creek Fire.
The relief many have felt from seeing snow and rain is short-lived for those living in the shadow of the steep slopes and mountainsides burned by the late-season fires.
Around 10 a.m. Saturday, WSDOT crews reopened U.S. 2 to traffic, following about two weeks of road closures due to the Bolt Creek Fire.
Around 10 a.m. on Saturday, WSDOT crews reopened U.S. 2 to traffic. The road reopening follows about two weeks of closures due to the Bolt Creek Fire.
The Bolt Creek Fire is now at more than 9,400 acres, but favorable weather conditions are giving firefighters a break. Volunteers at a Pasado's Safe Haven say they're grateful that the weather has taken a turn for the better.
The CEO and president of Angel Resource Connection says thanks to FOX 13 News’ coverage she has been able to find someone in need housing.
A community in Snohomish County teamed up to help families celebrate the holidays with a turkey dinner.
Authorities say two men drowned Saturday afternoon in the Skykomish River east of Gold Bar.