News

Variety Plus Theater presents ‘Trial of Goldilocks’ in Bellevue

Variety Plus Theater presents an original family musical production of the “Trial…

  • Nov 15th, 2016

Bellevue police investigating swastika graffiti in Downtown Park

The Bellevue Police Department is investigating a possible hate crime involving a…

Meet sweet American pit bull mix, Nahla | Pet of the Week

Meet Nahla, a sweet-natured 1-year-old American pit bull terrier mix. Nahla is…

  • Nov 14th, 2016

Bellevue veteran soars with World War Two vets

Mary Baker is going to lengths to thank America’s World War II…

Officers arrest multiple passed out drunk drivers | Bellevue Police Blotter Oct. 31 – Nov. 6

Oct. 31 Phone fight: A mother and daughter got into a fight…

Sound Transit 3 poised to pass

Barring a significant swing in later votes, it’s looking likely that Sound…

Bellevue props 1 and 2 for fire and transportation pass

Initial election results have Bellevue’s propositions passing in the city with solid…

Incumbents hold onto 48th District, Habib surges

Democrats lead the polls on the Eastside early even as the party…

Scenes from election night 2016

A selection of photos from the Washington State Democrats election party, during…

Democratic women sweep 41st district in early returns | Election 2016

Mercer Islanders and Democrats Lisa Wellman, Tana Senn and Judy Clibborn are…

Puget Sound Energy, East Bellevue Community Council present arguments in appeal court

East Bellevue residents packed the King County Superior Court of Appeals Division…

Sophia Way looking to expand day shelter to weekends

Changes could be coming for one of the Eastside’s largest organizations helping…

Ingram, Patricelli promoted to Bellevue police captains

The Bellevue Police Department recently promoted Debbie Ingram and Lisa Patricelli, joining…

Bellevue police: Mom ‘missing piece in the puzzle’ of missing Metalwala boy

Ahead of the fifth anniversary of Sky Metalwala’s disappearance, police reported that…

Bel-Red business closed amid foodborne illness investigation

A Bel-Red business has been closed as Public Health – Seattle and…

  • Nov 8th, 2016

Redmond police searching for bank robbery suspect

Redmond police are searching for a male suspected of robbing the US…

  • Nov 8th, 2016

Nearly 75 water fixtures in Bellevue schools tested above acceptable lead thresholds

Nearly 75 fixtures across the Bellevue School District had water with higher…

Officers chase suspects atop crane | Bellevue Police Blotter Oct. 24-31

Oct. 24 Horrible high: A man called 911 and said he took…

St. Luke’s, Imagine Housing and Red Vines 1 team up for 30 Bellevue housing development

Collaboration between a Bellevue church and a local nonprofit might have secured…

Former deputy chief of Bellevue Police reinstated, awarded $50K in settlement with city

The former second-in-command at the Bellevue Police Department, who was subject to…

Park-and-rides to close for Sound Transit 2 construction

Construction of the 14-mile, 10-station East Link light rail project is underway…

  • Nov 3rd, 2016

Prolific Bellevue storage unit burglars caught in the act

Bellevue Police arrested three men last weekend who were allegedly in the…

Autistic Microsoft employees tell Bellevue crowd hiring program changed their lives

Multiple degrees in sought-after areas don’t always lead to gainful employment, especially…

Bellevue 5th grader’s invention could help endangered species

Axolotls are bizarre creatures. The lake-dwelling salamanders have furry external gills, can…

Ruby Tuesday seeks re-expansion to west coast, starting in Bellevue

National dining chain Ruby Tuesday is looking at Bellevue as it once…

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

A groundswell movement to keep a permanent men’s homeless shelter out of…

Washington State Supreme Court justices to hear oral arguments at Bellevue College

The nine justices of the Washington State Supreme Court will visit Bellevue College to participate in an open forum for students,

  • Nov 2nd, 2016

PSE offers tips for end of daylight saving time this Sunday

With the clocks turning back for the end of daylight saving time on Sunday, Nov. 6, the shorter days and colder weather can sometimes mean higher energy bills.

  • Nov 2nd, 2016

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.

All-girls Bellevue robotics team makes finals

The third time was the charm for Sammamish High School’s all-girls robotics teams, which made it to the finals in a statewide contest last month.

Washington State Supreme Court justices to hear oral arguments at Bellevue College

The nine justices of the Washington State Supreme Court will visit Bellevue…

  • Nov 1st, 2016

PSE offers tips for end of daylight saving time this Sunday

With the clocks turning back for the end of daylight saving time…

  • Nov 1st, 2016

All-girls Bellevue robotics team makes finals

The third time was the charm for Sammamish High School’s all-girls robotics…

Bellevue College alumnus’ tiny home vision earns him award

Brandon Reim’s first professional housing design may have been small in size, but was a big success.

$43M Bellevue middle school still unfinished two months after start of school

Nearly two months after the start of school, the new Odle Middle School campus remains unfinished.

Batali shares penchant for public service at Hopelink Reaching Out luncheon

As a human services provider, Hopelink has helped families throughout King and Snohomish counties out of poverty and into more stable situations since 1971.

Batali shares penchant for public service at Hopelink Reaching Out luncheon

As a human services provider, Hopelink has helped families throughout King and Snohomish counties out of poverty and into more stable situations since 1971.

45th, 48th District candidates participate in forum on education issues

Educational topics were on the agenda for 45th and 48th Legislative District candidates as they participated in a forum co-sponsored by the Lake Washington

  • Oct 27th, 2016

45th, 48th District candidates participate in forum on education issues

Educational topics were on the agenda for 45th and 48th Legislative District candidates as they participated in a forum co-sponsored by the Lake Washington

  • Oct 27th, 2016

Education takes center stage at 41st District candidate forum

In front of a packed house at Mercer Island’s Northwood Elementary, candidates for the 41st Legislative District answered questions about the most pressing topic in the state: education funding.

  • Oct 27th, 2016

Education takes center stage at 41st District candidate forum

In front of a packed house at Mercer Island’s Northwood Elementary, candidates for the 41st Legislative District answered questions about the most pressing topic in the state: education funding.

  • Oct 27th, 2016

$43M Bellevue middle school still unfinished two months after start of school

Nearly two months after children started school, the new Odle Middle School campus reportedly remains unfinished, with holes in walls and missing ceiling tiles throughout the campus.

$43M Bellevue middle school still unfinished two months after start of school

Nearly two months after children started school, the new Odle Middle School campus reportedly remains unfinished, with holes in walls and missing ceiling tiles throughout the campus.

Two residents safe after second downtown Bellevue condo fire

Two residents escaped safely when a fire broke out in a downtown Bellevue condominium early Thursday morning.

Two residents safe after second downtown Bellevue condo fire

Two residents escaped safely when a fire broke out in a downtown Bellevue condominium early Thursday morning.

Suspected chicken sacrifice in south Bellevue | Bellevue Police Blotter Oct. 20-23

City of Bellevue Parks Department employees informed police that they had found three boxes of dead chickens at the Cinder Mines trailhead.

Suspected chicken sacrifice in south Bellevue | Bellevue Police Blotter Oct. 20-23

City of Bellevue Parks Department employees informed police that they had found three boxes of dead chickens at the Cinder Mines trailhead.

Bellevue College alumnus’ tiny home vision earns him award

A Bellevue College graduate's first professional housing design and construction may have been small in size, but was a big success.

Top school official candidates debate funding, opportunity gap and Dorn lawsuit in Bellevue

Erin Jones and Chris Reykdal have very different professional and personal backgrounds, but they agreed during an Oct. 24 debate that the Legislature and outgoing state superintendent have made some missteps.

Top school official candidates debate funding, opportunity gap and Dorn lawsuit in Bellevue

Erin Jones and Chris Reykdal have very different professional and personal backgrounds, but they agreed during an Oct. 24 debate that the Legislature and outgoing state superintendent have made some missteps.