US Attorney's Office files charges in four Puget Sound hash oil explosions | Three related to Hampton Greens fire

U.S. Attorney Jenny Durkan announced Tuesday the charging of seven people allegedly tied to four hash oil manufacturing operation explosions and fire. - Brandon Macz
  • Jul 22, 2014 at 1:06PM

Three men whose hash oil manufacturing operation is alleged to have caused the fiery explosion that decimated the Hampton Greens apartment complex in Bellevue last year have been charged by the U.S. Attorney's Office in conjunction with three other similar cases around the Puget Sound.


Humor in letter

  • Today at 10:00AM

I found humor in Larry Brickman’s recent letter with a combination of two Internet lists (“Conundrums and observations”).

Council renews, extends red light camera contract

  • Today at 9:51AM

The Bellevue City Council on Monday approved expanding the use of red light cameras in the city for the next five years.The five-year contract extension with American Traffic Solutions adds three more red light cameras and an additional school zone camera to the five currently operating in Bellevue.

Food truck popularity hits Bellevue | City lacks regulations for mobile businesses

  • Today at 9:19AM

A dozen food trucks that had parked for business in the former Rudy's Barbershop lot downtown over the past several months has cleared out, but organizer Robert Schaudt said he sees demand for mobile dining in Bellevue bringing his model back.


Conservative ideology

  • Today at 4:00AM

Conservative ideology is based on protecting rich people from having to pay for the benefits they reap from government: peace at home, government contracts, stable markets, laws, infrastructure, an educated work force, research, potable water, public health, etc.

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