The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office said an 83-year-old man who was reported missing on Tuesday has been found safe.
Pasado's Safe Haven is offering reduced adoption fees for both cats and dogs as the shelter remains at full capacity.
Fall marks the beginning of flood season for many communities in the region. Just in time for the rain to fall, two communities in Snohomish County are getting some much-needed help towards mitigating flooding in the future.
A man in Sultan has been arrested for allegedly sexually molesting a child.
An investigation is underway after deputies say they shot a knife-wielding man Sunday in Snohomish County. A dog was also shot and died at the scene.
The instruments will help scientists with some groundbreaking research into how much rain will trigger debris slides in burn areas in the Pacific Northwest.
Rainfall and cooler temperatures have helped crews to manage the Bolt Creek Fire, but have also created new problems and concerns for business owners in the area.
Investigators are trying to solve the mystery of a young pig that was found shot and killed in the middle of a creek in Snohomish County. They say the pig was nowhere near a farm and likely could not have wandered to that location on its own. It has now prompted an animal cruelty investigation.
A Sultan man was booked into Snohomish County Jail for second-degree murder after allegedly shooting a family friend several times as he was walking away, killing him.
Major crimes detectives are investigating a deadly shooting that happened near the Haystack Antique Store in Sultan Saturday afternoon.
Pasado's Safe Haven rescued 14 kittens this week from a hoarding situation in Snohomish County where they contracted upper respiratory infections, eye infections and parasites.
Snohomish County deputies are investigating an accident in Sultan, saying a man was hit and killed by a train.
Snohomish County Sheriff’s deputies arrest a 25-year-old man following a shooting near Sultan Thursday.
The state served up a suspension to a defiant bar and restaurant in Sultan. Enforcement officers with the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board said Loggers Inn has been violating the state’s COVID-19 safety requirements.