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As my Navy recruiter waited in his car with the engine running at the top of our driveway, I stood with my parents on the… Continue reading
Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman said when her office discovered suspicious IP addresses last year, they had a “high suspicion” the addresses belonged to… Continue reading
A Chicago jury awarded $20 million in damages on June 28 to a man who sued Bellevue-based truck manufacturer Paccar, Inc. for negligence after the… Continue reading
Volunteers found them sleeping in parking garages, in vehicles, under structures and roadways, in bushes and other areas. During King County’s annual One Night Count… Continue reading
The good, the bad — and the ugly. This is how economist Joseph Quinlan divides “Trumponomics” as he described how some of the president-elect’s fiscal… Continue reading
Things are looking up for Eastside businesses. That’s the general sentiment of Eastside business owners and CEOs whom the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce recently surveyed… Continue reading
Former Seattle Seahawks player Derrick Coleman was sentenced on Friday to 240 hours of community service for vehicular assault and fleeing the scene of a car crash that seriously injured a man in Bellevue last year.
Every great literary work started with an interesting idea.
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Wearing wigs and singing weird songs is where Troy McVicker got his start.He would sing anything that didn’t require much talent: The B-52’s Love Shack… Continue reading
Kirkland police need your help to identify two suspects who robbed a Hispanic market at gunpoint in Totem Square recently and possibly eight other area… Continue reading
Michelle Nichols didn't have a choice with her 7-year-old Boxer. Her dog, McKenzie, who suffered from a hereditary heart condition, dropped right in front of her with a heart attack and died several years ago. In response, she helped found in-home caregiving, hospice care and end-of-life options for beloved pets.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology celebrated the grand opening of the school's new state-of-the-art Allied Health Building Sept. 14.
When doctors told Barbara McKay she would probably not live much longer, she began to think about how she would end her life. “I was very determined I was not going to allow myself to get to the point where I couldn't care for myself because I didn't want to put my family in that position,” the Kirkland resident recalled of when she was diagnosed with late-stage ovarian cancer seven years ago.
Officials have identified the man whose body was pulled from Lake Washington near Juanita Beach Park June 5 as 56-year-old August Reyes, of Kirkland.Police found… Continue reading
The long-planned Tateuchi Center got a major boost with three donations totaling $20 million, organization officials announced during an event on Wednesday night
Jason Mesnick has been asked about heartache before.Heartache is what led the 32-year-old single father to be on ABCs "The Bachelorette" last season. In the… Continue reading
Shot down by Microsoft, The Ex Box Boys hasn’t let the corporative squelch get in their way.The Eastside band – which bases their songs on… Continue reading