Ryan Murray

Bellevue council refines homeless shelter parameters

Two weeks ago, the Bellevue City Council voted 4-3 to move forward with the siting of the proposed permanent men’s homeless shelter at the King… Continue reading

After 41 years as a cop, Bellevue Detective Jerry Johnson looks to retirement

For 41 years, Jerry Johnson has made his way solving crimes. Detective Johnson of the Bellevue Police Department stepped away from the force this Thursday,… Continue reading

Bellevue resident Bea Corley takes stage in “The Secret Garden”

Young actors make the profession move forward. Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre specializes in child productions. Bellevue’s own Bea Corley is currently starring in the theater’s… Continue reading

Mayor, Deputy Mayor see opportunities, challenges for Bellevue ahead

Bellevue remains a city in motion, which looks to continue well into the 2020s, according to the “State of the City” address at the Bellevue… Continue reading

Bellevue-based Point Inside looks for international expansion

After being named the Eastside Business Award’s Business of the Year, Bellevue-based Point Inside isn’t resting on its laurels. Josh Marti, Point Inside’s Chief Executive… Continue reading

Sammamish High School brings green ogre to life

Sammamish High School Theatre is bringing everyone’s favorite curmudgeonly ogre to life, and he’ll be singing all the way. Shrek: The Musical is due to… Continue reading

J’Accuzzi | Bellevue Police Blotter April 10 – April 15

April 10 PROWLER: Officers arrived after a prowler was reported in the area of Northeast 24th Street and 148th Avenue Northeast. The suspect fled on… Continue reading

Bellevue City Council moves forward on Eastgate shelter, with major caveat

In a boisterous public meeting Monday night, the Bellevue City Council voted 4-3 to agree on the terms of a joint letter of agreement to… Continue reading

Beatles animator Ron Campbell brings artwork to Bellevue next week

After delighting cartoon fans of the world for five decades, animator Ron Cambpell has decided to take retirement easy. By which he means traveling around… Continue reading

W Hotel brings lakehouse feel to Downtown Bellevue

Downtown Bellevue is no stranger to high-rise buildings and new construction. This summer, one of those buildings will open, bringing luxury hotel rooms, apartments, retail… Continue reading

Fatal Chimney Condo fire in Downtown Bellevue ruled an accident

A previous copy of this story mistakenly identified Fire Investigator Brooke Robinson by the incorrect pronoun. The Reporter regrets the error. The October 2016 fire… Continue reading

Bellevue student honors father by raising money to fight brain cancer

There wasn’t anything the Lisk family could have done when patriarch Dennis Lisk received his diagnosis in May of 2015. Glioblastoma is one of the… Continue reading

The Shops at Bravern launch tourism program

The Bravern in Downtown Bellevue has partnered with the by-invitation-only travel network Virtuoso through its participation as a founding member of the new USA Luxury… Continue reading

Four scouts to earn Eagle Scout honors this weekend in Bellevue

Four Boy Scouts will formally earn their Eagle Awards this Saturday, April 15 at Bellevue First Presbyterian Church. The scouts are from Bellevue, Issaquah and… Continue reading

Hawaiian Punch | Bellevue Police Blotter April 3 – April 9

April 3 Nailed it: A man was walking his dog near a school in Newport Hills when he found a bunch of roofing nails in… Continue reading

Excavator strikes gas line Richards Road, causing leak

During a Bellevue Transportation Department project on Richards Road, construction crews accidentally fractured a gas line, shutting down the road in both directions for more… Continue reading

All in for Autism preps race to help families dealing with autism

Nicole Gooldy was overjoyed. What new mother wouldn’t be? When her Jack Henry was born, he was the cutest baby in the world in her… Continue reading

Bellevue’s lost sons honored at centennial anniversary of World War One

On April 6, 1917, the United States Congress voted overwhelmingly to declare war on the Empire of Germany, plunging America into one of the bloodiest… Continue reading

None seriously injured as collision causes traffic snarl on Lake Hills Connector

Everyone mercifully walked away from an ugly vehicle collision on Thursday afternoon at the intersection of Lake Hills Connector and Richards Road. The driver of… Continue reading

The importance of enunciation | Bellevue Police Blotter March 21 – April 2

March 20 ENUNCIATE: A suspect told a parking attendant in Downtown Bellevue that he wanted to “blow up” the parking lot and all the cars… Continue reading