Carrie Rodriguez

Fire damages Bellevue mosque for second time in just over a year

The building was vacant with its utilities shut off at the time of the fire.

 

Bellevue Reporter joins forces with Eastside papers to serve you better | Editor’s Note

You may have noticed a new style in this week’s Reporter. A sleek black masthead and even a few new elements. But now that you’ve… Continue reading

 

Tips for acing a job interview

King County Career Fair set for March 5 in Bellevue.

 

Resume-writing rules to break — and ones you should not

King County Career Fair set for March 5 in Bellevue.

King County Career Fair set for March 5 in Bellevue

The free event will feature dozens of top employers from region.

Bellevue family moves bullied girl out of state due to ‘persistent harassment’

Family says school staff accused girl of stealing ice cream.

Police seize gold bars, guns during Bellevue search in massive marijuana grow-op bust

Police searched 10 King County locations during investigation; 60 arrested so far.

Staff of Bellevue company spends work day helping families give gift of Christmas to kids

Parents walked out of Christmas House, some with carts piled high with toys that their children will unwrap on Christmas morning. But it wasn’t what… Continue reading

Police seize $80M worth of pot, execute 50 search warrants, several in Bellevue

47 arrests made in suspected illegal marijuana grow-op run by Chinese nationals

Garden delights with over half million dazzling lights in Bellevue

The well-lit habitat attracts all kinds of creatures.

The third annual Historic Shell Holiday Shop opens on Nov. 24 at the Historic Shell Station in Issaquah. Courtesy photo

The Gas Station That Turned Into a Holiday Shopping Destination

A holiday pop-up shop filled with heart and handmade gifts.

The third annual Historic Shell Holiday Shop opens on Nov. 24 at the Historic Shell Station in Issaquah. Courtesy photo

To my sea sisters — and all families of veterans | Editor’s Note

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

Russian hackers targeted Washington election systems, Homeland Security confirms

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

Municipal League rates 48th District candidates

The Municipal League of King County recently rated nearly 50 candidates running for local races in King County. For Bellevue’s 48th Legislative District, the league… Continue reading

Jury awards $20M in negligence suit against Bellevue company

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

Reporter launches homelessness series | Editor’s Note

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

What ‘Trumponomics’ could mean for Bellevue businesses in 2017

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

Bellevue business leaders optimistic for 2017, but cite top challenges

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

Ex-Seahawk Derrick Coleman sentenced to community service for Bellevue hit-and-run

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.

Enter Reporter’s first fall poetry contest | Editor’s Note

Every great literary work started with an interesting idea.