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Man pleads guilty to ‘reckless burning’ of Bellevue’s Islamic Center of the Eastside

A homeless man charged with burning down the Eastside’s largest mosque pleaded guilty to first-degree reckless burning on Sept. 15. King County prosecutors initially charged… Continue reading

Internet company Tencent expands AI research in Bellevue

Chinese tech giant Tencent, an internet enterprise, recently announced its plans to expand its offices to Bellevue. A Tencent spokesperson said Bellevue is an outstanding… Continue reading

Error leads to 61 prostitution cases thrown out from Bellevue bust | Update

Defendant’s attorney discovered the oversight

Santas strike at Bellevue Walmart

UFCW thinks Walmart should return holiday pay

Bellevue business community talks augmented, virtual reality at BDA breakfast

If there was a city in the Pacific Northwest that was positioned to become a hot spot for augmented reality and virtual reality, Bellevue is… Continue reading

Whole Foods appeals judge’s order 365 store must reopen at Bellevue Square Mall

The store abruptly closed in October, violating their lease

Bellevue-based Puget Sound Energy rate case settled

Environmental groups call on utility to retire coal plant completely by 2025

‘Unsung heroes’ help Bellevue family from Puerto Rico

Father starts work two months after family left Hurricane Maria wreckage

Bellevue camping ban leaves loophole for homeless encampments

Bellevue resident: Camping ban is not as it seems

City considering bike lanes in Downtown Bellevue

If approved, Demonstration Bikeway Project would begin in spring 2018

Bellevue City Council approves 1 percent property tax increase

Funds will help replenish reserves, support police and fire

Bellevue School Board approves 3 levies for February special election

If approved, the school district would collect $475 million over four years

Puget Sound Energy’s Energize Eastside starts permitting process for south Bellevue segment

Richards Creek substation, transmission lines expected to be complete by summer 2018

Bellevue-based Friends of Granger nonprofit celebrates 14th year of giving

Year after year, Joan Wallace emails “100 of her closest friends” around Thanksgiving time to ask them to give to children 163 miles east of… Continue reading

Bellevue residents outraged over buck shot with bow and arrow

Carcass left to rot in neighbor’s yard

Bellevue celebrates BelRed transportation projects

Road improvements to accomodate future growth