Ryan Murray

Tent City 4 to move forward in Bellevue

Temple B'nai Torah in Bellevue has moved forward with permitting for Tent City 4 and has been approved by the city of Bellevue with conditions for the temporary homeless encampment.

Uber announces support for Sound Transit 3

Popular ridesharing company Uber has weighed in on Sound Transit 3, throwing its support behind the regional transportation plan.

Bellevue-based Wagly a pet project for founder Shane Kelly

It's a dog's life, so the saying goes.

White powder prompts evacuation of building

Bellevue Fire Department hazardous material technicians investigated an unknown white powder found in the mailroom of a Downtown Bellevue highrise on Monday morning.

Co-working space extraSlice creates safe haven for tech startups in Bellevue

A professional co-working space isn't a new concept for the Eastside. What Bellevue startup extraSlice is doing differently is building around the technology startup.

Senn, Pass address campaign focus for state House, 41st District | Election 2016

Incumbent Tana Senn (D-Mercer Island) is vying for 41st District's state representative Position 1 against Republican John Pass in the Aug. 2 primary.

Bellevue Chamber announces opposition to ST3 measure

On Monday, the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce voted to oppose adoption of Sound Transit 3, the $53.8 billion transit package that will appear on the general election ballot in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.

Changing Bellevue increasingly wealthy and diverse, census data shows

Bellevue is a city in motion, according to data gathered by the U.S. Census in its yearly American Community Survey.

Ashram yoga studio heats up Downtown Bellevue

The Ashram Yoga Studio may have one of the best views in Bellevue, which is not a bad problem to have when trying to balance your chakras.

Bellevue-based Real Estate Game Works plays with property industry

It's no surprise looking around the Eastside that real estate is a hot industry.

Labor group calls out T-Mobile for business practices

A labor watchdog group has denounced Bellevue-based telecommunications company T-Mobile for what it calls "unfair and deceptive practices."

“Forbidden Fruit” porcelain show celebrates 18th century with modern twist

Chris Antemann respects certain aspects of the past. This doesn't prevent her from turning it on its head.

Eastgate residents draw issues with proposed men’s shelter in Bellevue

A groundswell movement to keep a permanent men’s homeless shelter out of Bellevue’s Eastgate neighborhood has taken off in recent weeks.

Bellevue author wants to help investors avoid simple mistakes

For years, Steve Juetten has watched people venture into the exciting and risky world of personal investment.

Council eyes Eastgate for permanent homeless shelter

The Bellevue City Council took the first steps in moving toward a permanent homeless shelter in Bellevue at Monday's council meeting when it voted unanimously to approve a letter of agreement between the city and King County.

Bellevue startup Recurrence brings gaming to business schools

When Brayden Olson was growing up, his educator parents had lively discussions at the dinner table about the way education wasn't preparing people for the real world.

Burglary suspect arrested after dropping phone

After a hot pursuit by an angry homeowner, a burglary suspect left behind some damning evidence leading to his arrest.

Rare Austrian pianos headed to Downtown Bellevue

Music lovers will have a chance to see rare and one-of-a-kind pianos at Classic Pianos on Northeast 8th Street in Downtown Bellevue.

Bellevue residents demand transparency in Fire Station 10 process

As Bellevue acquires property in the Northtowne neighborhood to clear space for the pending Fire Station 10, some residents say they felt left out of the process and are now paying the price.