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                                Hundreds of protesters gathered Friday for the climate strike.

Eastside residents protest climate change

Organized by local high school students, a climate strike was held at Houghton Beach Park.

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                                Hundreds of protesters gathered Friday for the climate strike.
Habitat for the marbled murrelet in King County includes areas around the Middle and North Forks of the Snoqualmie River, as well as areas around the Skykomish and Upper Cedar rivers. File photo

Conservation plan for native seabird moves forward

Washington state regulations for the marbled murrelet have been in limbo since 1997.

Habitat for the marbled murrelet in King County includes areas around the Middle and North Forks of the Snoqualmie River, as well as areas around the Skykomish and Upper Cedar rivers. File photo

Bellevue PD’s Coffee With a Cop event is tomorrow

People encouraged to come ask questions or voice concerns.

  • Oct 1, 2019
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Free printing costs King County libraries $1 million each year

The library board is considering reducing the number of free pages from 75 a week to 10.

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Police fill commissioned officer openings for first time in eight years

Department attributes success to increased hiring bonus.

Bellevue pioneering road safety analysis project

High-tech process will identify near-miss intersections, could lead the way for other cities.

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                                Caitlin Ottaway was the keynote speaker at Providence Hospice of Seattle’s 20th annual pediatric luncheon on Sept. 19.

Providence Hospice of Seattle raises $196,000 for pediatric programs

Eastside teen, Caitlin Ottaway, was the keynote speaker at Providence Hospice of Seattleā€™s 20th annual pediatric luncheon on Sept. 19.

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                                Caitlin Ottaway was the keynote speaker at Providence Hospice of Seattle’s 20th annual pediatric luncheon on Sept. 19.

City council candidates vie for position 3

Jeremy Barksdale and Stephanie Walter answer Reporter questionnaire.

  • Sep 27, 2019

Cyclist dies after car collision on 145th Avenue

Cause of the accident is still under investigation by Bellevue PD.

Victim chases suspect who stoler her $15,000 purse | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 17-22.

  • Sep 26, 2019

Interlake senior’s nonprofit addresses two India problems with one solution

More than 600 trees have been planted to help pollution and farmers.

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                                Derya Gurbuz has recycled more than 3,000 tennis balls since last April. She has recycling bins at Edgebrook Tennis Club, Bellevue High School and Sammamish High School.

Sammamish High School senior recycles over 3,000 tennis balls

Derya Gurbuz knew she wanted to do something to prevent tennis balls hitting the trash.

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                                Derya Gurbuz has recycled more than 3,000 tennis balls since last April. She has recycling bins at Edgebrook Tennis Club, Bellevue High School and Sammamish High School.

Seattle leaders, community members learn about armed intruder de-escalation at event

Armed Intruder Safety Practices took place at Crossroads Bible Church on Sept. 11

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$30 car tab proposal returns to ballot in November

Tim Eyman-led initiative would restrict car tabs and transportation benefit districts in Washington.

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Council moves forward with proposed encampment code amendment

A final decision by the council is set for Dec. 9.

Voyeur records woman in changing room | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 10-14.

  • Sep 20, 2019
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King County alcohol production ordinance could be approved by year’s end

Update to county code has been more than a year in the making.

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Report: Only one use of excessive force upheld by Sheriff’s investigations in 2018

The Office of Law Enforcement Oversight has released its annual 2018 report.

KCSO found all but one of the 108 allegations of excessive or unnecessary use of force were justified

The Office of Law Enforcement Oversight has released its annual 2018 report.