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Police are searching for an alleged child molester who may be back in the Bellevue area.
Three prolific car prowlers and automobile thieves were arrested last week after a lengthy police investigation.
City of Bellevue Parks Department employees informed police that they had found three boxes of dead chickens at the Cinder Mines trailhead.
"Sir, put down the object and turn around, we have some questions for you."
Erin Jones and Chris Reykdal have very different professional and personal backgrounds, but they agreed during an Oct. 24 debate that the Legislature and outgoing state superintendent have made some missteps.
The Bellevue School District announced Tuesday that they will not appeal the most recent decision on penalties against the Bellevue High School football team, including suspending them from post-season play for the next two years.
If there had ever been a first family of farming in Bellevue, the Balaticos would have earned the title.
The Frederick W. Winters House was built in 1929 by Frederick and Cecilia Winters.
Manuel Alvarez couldn't wait to take the big yellow bus to school with his neighbors.
Earlier this month, Superintendent Tim Mills announced that he will retire at the end of the 2016-2017 school year. As he prepares for his last… Continue reading
It was 9 p.m. in Downtown Bellevue and I was scouring parking stalls with one of Bellevue's finest, searching for a grey sedan that a 68-year-old resident had reportedly driven to an optometrist appointment, parked and then was unable to locate afterwards.
A Seattle man has been charged with molesting three Bellevue children, having operated under the guise of giving them private art lessons.
Bellevue School District administrators are eliminating short-term suspensions in favor of more proactive actions, in light of data showing that the punishment is disproportionate and generally ineffective.
The residents of a Yarrow Bay-area condominium complex are all uninjured and back in their homes after a fire in the building's attic on July 23.
After more than 50 years, Lee Sundholm has found closure now that the Bellevue Police Department has solved his brother's 1965 murder — the city's first homicide and oldest cold case.
A family of four Lake Hills residents have been displaced after a large fire swept through their house early Monday morning.