Raechel Dawson

Reporter Raechel Dawson says farewell to journalism career

Eastside journalist moves on after six years in field.

 

Bellevue man charged with incest, molestation and child rape

Detectives learned of the assault after victim tried to end her life.

 

Simulation teaches Bellevue students dangers of drunk driving

10,500 around the country die in impaired driving accidents each year.

 

Bellevue Farmers Market springs to life with 15th season this May

The market will run May 17 through Oct. 11.

11-year-old Eastside girl raises money for brain cancer through art

The passing of her father in 2017 caused her to want to make a change.

Death of 17-year-old girl no longer considered ‘suspicious’ | Update

The Snohomish teen is thought to have overdosed.

The Assault Survivor Kit comes with a sweat set, socks, underwear, toiletries and a nice message. Since 1997, the Assistance League of the Eastside has assisted 21,970 assault survivors through the Assault Survivor Kit program. Photo courtesy of Assistance League of the Eastside

Assault kits provide ‘fresh start’ for survivors

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

The Assault Survivor Kit comes with a sweat set, socks, underwear, toiletries and a nice message. Since 1997, the Assistance League of the Eastside has assisted 21,970 assault survivors through the Assault Survivor Kit program. Photo courtesy of Assistance League of the Eastside

Retrial for bullying lawsuit against Bellevue School District set for April 30

A former Bellevue family alleges the school district failed to protect their daughter.

Suspect in Bellevue mosque arson pleads not guilty

Police believe the suspect started the fire by lighting a mound of toilet paper.

Judge rules in Bellevue School District’s favor in former football coach’s defamation lawsuit

Former coach Patrick Jones claimed the district inaccurately reported he violated WIAA rule.

Bellevue detective under review for alleged inaction on hate crime

A homeless white man has since been charged with yelling racist slurs.

Bellevue man charged in mosque fire lit toilet paper to start the flames

Suspect was previously convicted of ‘slashing a victim with a knife.’

Class action lawsuit alleges Bellevue-based Aegis committed consumer fraud, financial exploitation of vulnerable adults

Aegis calls action ‘meritless’ and claims suit is spearheaded by lawyers ‘conspiring with one another’

Bellevue gun robber connected to gang, other robberies in area

The teen suspect is connected to robberies from Bothell to Covington.

Bellevue man arrested for making racist remarks, threatening roommate with sword

The defendent has a history of harassment and threatening to kill.

FBI, police say Bellevue mosque fire doesn’t appear to be hate crime

Mattresses, pizza boxes and graffiti were found inside.

Author Cheryl Strayed answers questions on PCT ‘bro’ culture, ‘Gilmore Girls’ and more

The Oprah’s Book Club author is best known for her memoir “Wild.”

‘Wild’ author Cheryl Strayed shares story of abuse, addiction and heartbreak at Youth Eastside Services breakfast

The nonprofit hopes to raise $790,000 as they celebrate 50 years in 2018.

‘Undisclosed amount of cash’ robbed at Bellevue bank

The female suspect passed a note to a teller before leaving with the money.

Video of Bellevue studio owner kicked out of yoga conference incites questions of racism

Facebook commenters believe the act was driven by racism and white privilege.