Allison DeAngelis

Nearly 75 water fixtures in Bellevue schools tested above acceptable lead thresholds

Nearly 75 fixtures across the Bellevue School District had water with higher lead levels than recommended by the district’s and Environmental Protection Agency’s action thresholds,… Continue reading

Ingram, Patricelli promoted to Bellevue police captains

The Bellevue Police Department recently promoted Debbie Ingram and Lisa Patricelli, joining Andrew Popochock as sector captains in the department. The two women were among… Continue reading

Bellevue students wins international rocketry championship

Bellevue's Space Potatoes rocketry team took first place in the International Rocketry Challenge on July 15 after competing against thousands of students from around the world.

Bridle Trails resident found healing with horse

After years of pain and turmoil, Jennifer Malocha finally found her soulmate: a 2,000 pound stud named Teddy.

Bellevue’s Udupi Cafe closed by health department

The Udupi Cafe in Bellevue has been shut down by the health department last week after inspectors found multiple food safety violations.

New practices at Bellevue’s Overlake Hospital could increase diagnosis of prostate cancer

The adoption of new technology at Overlake Medical Center could make a huge difference in the lives of Eastside men suffering from one of the more common and fatal forms of cancer in the country.

Student threatens to bring weapon to Bellevue middle school

The school year came to a tense end at Chinook Middle School after a student threatened to bring a weapon to school.

KingCo upholds most Bellevue football sanctions | Team may be able to compete in post-season

KingCo officials have upheld most of the sanctions placed on the Bellevue Wolverines football team and increased the sanctions against coaching staff, but have ruled that they do not have the authority to ban the team from post-season play.

Man accidentally released from prison early found guilty in Bellevue woman’s death

A Bellevue man who had accidentally been released from prison early and killed his fiance in a November 2015 car crash while under the influence was convicted of vehicular homicide and hit-and-run on Tuesday.

Bellevue School District sees 94 percent reduction in life-threatening allergic reactions

While hundreds of students across the district have life-threatening allergies, the number of emergency medical treatments in Bellevue schools have fallen to almost none over the last two years.

Lowering of Lake Washington changed the tide for Eastside

It all started in 1854, when Thomas Mercer stood on a table and declared there should be a connection between Lake Washington and the Puget Sound.

Eastside’s first center for victims of sex trafficking opens in Bellevue

Mere blocks away from the high-rise Bellevue condominiums where more than a dozen women were rescued in January after being forced into sex work, a new facility has opened to help survivors of sex trafficking.

Bellevue woman, breast cancer survivor, reclaims her body through fitness

Being diagnosed with breast cancer was a surreal experience for Brenda Frost. Having just been laid off at work, she went in for a routine check-up, not expecting to be diagnosed with Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), or abnormal cells inside of the milk ducts.

Rule steps down as Bellevue College president

Bellevue College President David L. Rule resigned during a special board of trustees meeting on Aug. 3, leaving the institution in the midst of several large projects.

Elderly Bellevue woman dead after car crash

An elderly Bellevue woman died after being struck by a driver in Downtown Bellevue Wednesday evening.

Update: Police investigating suspected hash oil lab near Bellevue High School

Update: Police believe that the hash oil operation uncovered on Aug. 8 was a small operation and did not pose any danger to the public.

Bellevue Superintendent Tim Mills to retire

Bellevue School District Superintendent Tim Mills will retire at the end of this school year, according to a letter released Friday.

Bellevue School District sees revenue growth but uncertain funding future

The Bellevue School District's budget revenue is expected to continue its upward trend this coming year, but the fight over levy dollars and state education funding have them uncertain about the future.