Aaron Kunkler

Bellevue-based construction company has license suspended

Quality Construction stiffed workers for $142,500 while working on two public schools.

Fish culverts ruling will increase price tag for the state

The state will be on the line for $3.7 billion for fish culvert replacements.

Bike share, lanes coming to Bellevue this month

July is shaping up to be an exciting month for Bellevue bicyclists.

Barrier that protects Eastside water to be repaired

The barrier protects a pipeline that delivers water to various Eastside cities and Seattle.

Activists turn in carbon fee signatures for November ballot

The carbon fee I-1631 has gathered enough signatures to be placed on the November ballot.

Bellevue, Kirkland plan to bring self-driving vanpools to the Eastside

Following a federal grant application, the vans could hit the streets beginning next spring.

Bellevue Spring District development will add office, retail space

Pine Forest Properties is planning a new development which will add 889,000-square-feet of space.

The many hurdles from farm to table

From environmental regulations to expensive land, local farmers have a lot on their plate

Bellevue vet now offering stem-cell therapy for four-legged friends

Crossroads Vet offers the procedure that can treat a host of degenerative conditions

Downtown Bellevue/File photo

Housing is still a problem in America

A Harvard report shows the housing market is still hard on low and moderate income residents.

Downtown Bellevue/File photo

CitySurf pop-up pool could open this summer on Eastside

A Sammamish couple hopes to break ground on a permanent indoor surf facility later this year.

Neo-Nazis distribute fliers around Bellevue on Saturday

The fliers were found in neighborhoods near Clyde Hill Elementary School and Chinook Middle School with candy seemingly designed to attract children.

Bellevue Square expansion planned for next year

Kemper Freeman hopes to break ground on a large expansion in downtown Bellevue in 2019.

Western Washington could see more wildfires this year

Lots of grass and warmer weather could make for worsening fire seasons.

PCC, Target expand in Bellevue

Both stores will anchor the second phase of the Wilburton Village development.

Attorney General alleges three King County residents scammed foreclosed homeowners

The lawsuit claims that employees of a real estate company misrepresented the process by which foreclosed homeowners can recover surplus funds.

AG Ferguson alleges three Eastside residents scammed foreclosed homeowners

A lawsuit filed by the state alleges three Eastsiders scammed homeowners for hundreds of thousands.

Juanita High students push to change ‘Rebels’ mascot

Students say the mascot glorifies the Confederacy while detractors say it honors Revolutionary War.

Dormant since 1999, the machinery at the John Henry Mine will soon resume operations if all goes as planned. Photo by Ray Still

Plans to open King County coal mine later this year move forward

The Department of the Interior has granted a permit to resume mining at the Black Diamond location.

Dormant since 1999, the machinery at the John Henry Mine will soon resume operations if all goes as planned. Photo by Ray Still
The Erection Company does the steel work on the GIX school for Lease Crutcher Lewis as part of the major construction of Wright Runstad & Company’s Spring District project in Bellevue, Wash. Photo by Marcus R. Donner

Construction underway on new Bellevue Spring District office building

The 11-story Block 16 development is scheduled to open by January 2020.

The Erection Company does the steel work on the GIX school for Lease Crutcher Lewis as part of the major construction of Wright Runstad & Company’s Spring District project in Bellevue, Wash. Photo by Marcus R. Donner