Bellevue Reporter’s top 10 most popular online stories of 2016

  • Wednesday, December 28, 2016 11:34am
  • Life

1. “Bellevue restaurants Din Tai Fung, Burgermaster receive unsatisfactory health inspections” *

2. “Bellevue Police respond to 911 calls of screaming in park, discover 100+ Pokemon Go players

3. “Microsoft, Amazon and Boeing employees arrested in connection with Bellevue sex-soliciting organization

4. “Longtime Bellevue teacher dies after mysterious illness” *

5. “Bellevue Fred Meyer store plans major renovation

6. “The league of sex-soliciting gentlemen | Inside the brothels, websites and exclusive club uncovered by law enforcement officials

7. “Bel-Red business closed amid foodborne illness investigation

8. “Factoria waitress caught overcharging dozens of patrons | Bellevue Police Blotter June 24 – July 4

9. “White powder causes evacuation of Bellevue building” *

10. “86 low-income Bellevue families facing eviction scramble to find housing

*Due to a technical error experienced during our website switch, these articles are not currently available online

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