Raechel Dawson

Hundreds show support for police during annual Boys and Girls Clubs of Bellevue parade

“Let’s go, Bellevue” rang down 100th Avenue Northeast on Tuesday. Children holding balloons and dressed in blue walked north up the road, then south through… Continue reading

Hundreds view total solar eclipse in Downtown Bellevue | Photos

Hundreds of spectators flocked to Downtown Bellevue to view The Great American Eclipse on Monday. The total solar eclipse could be seen across the United… Continue reading

Bellevue School Board to vote on $301.5 million budget for 2017-18

The Bellevue School District’s Board is expected to “fix and adopt” a $301.5 million proposed budget for the 2017-18 school year at the end of… Continue reading

New reporter joins Bellevue Reporter team | Reporter’s Desk

You don’t know me, Bellevue, but I know you. I know the excitement of walking by the Barbie store at Bellevue Square Mall in the… Continue reading

Norovirus-like illness affects more than 15 campers at Bellevue’s Sambica summer camp| Update

King County Public Health recently reported an outbreak of a norovirus-like illness at Bellevue’s Sambica summer camp. Public Health officials reported 29 affected by the… Continue reading

Bellevue commercial building suffers $10,000 in damages from roof fire

The Bellevue Fire Department responded to two fires over the weekend. The first, a commercial structure fire in the 12800 block of Northup Way, occurred… Continue reading

Bellevue’s Puget Sound Energy chooses existing corridor for Energize Eastside

Puget Sound Energy officials recently announced they’ll keep their existing corridor for the $300 million Energize Eastside project, which is scheduled for construction in summer… Continue reading

New Bellevue-based health:latch helps breast-feeding moms, babies

As patients sat in his dental chairs, Dr. James M. Thomas continued to hear the same stories over and over at his former pediatric dental… Continue reading

No need for parents to say ‘I’m sorry’ at new sensory gym in Bellevue

A little boy sat on the gym floor, crying. He continued to have what his mother, co-owner of We Rock the Spectrum, called a “meltdown”… Continue reading

Council passes emergency ordinance on shelter land use code

The Bellevue City Council unanimously approved an emergency ordinance that amended the land use code for homeless shelters on Monday. Effective citywide, Ordinance No. 6368… Continue reading

Bellevue City Council bans safe drug injection sites

Kemper Freeman development or saving addicts’ lives? That’s what one Newport Hills resident pitted against the Bellevue City Council before their vote to ban medically… Continue reading

Bellevue City Council to consider ban on safe injection sites

Safe injection sites – areas that allow heroin users to shoot up – could be banned in Bellevue. The Bellevue City Council will consider the… Continue reading

Environmental advocates call for Bellevue-based Puget Sound Energy’s closure of Montana coal plant

Bellevue was flushed with green on Monday. Several state environmental groups and residents across the county packed Bellevue City Hall’s council chambers during a public… Continue reading

Primary election results: Nieuwenhuis and Brown lead Bellevue City Council race

The first wave of primary election results were released at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 1. In the Bellevue City Council race for Position No.… Continue reading

Aubrey’s Art Corner honors late artist at Bellevue Festival of the Arts

Bellevue Festival of the Arts co-coordinator Charlie Russell faced a tough loss when his best friend recently died of breast cancer. But as a way… Continue reading

Internet company LeEco to layoff 25 Bellevue employees this September

Chinese internet company LeEco will shutter its Bellevue offices on Sept. 18, according to the Washington’s Employment Security Department. An announcement on Monday indicated 25… Continue reading

Former Bellevue nurse charged with drug tampering

A nurse who worked at plastic surgery clinics in Bellevue and Kirkland was recently charged for tampering with painkillers and stimulants – an alleged act that caused a patient on an operating table to have a seizure as if in a “possessed” state.

‘Party in the Park’ to raise money to keep Bridle Trails Park open

Bridle Trails Park Foundation will host its annual "Party in the Park" on Saturday with horses, fun runs and lots of pancakes.