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A man has been hospitalized after crashing his car into a Lake Hills home Oct. 21, cracking a brick wall and pushing the homeowner's car a dozen feet backwards.
Gov. Inslee, others gather in Bellevue to hear county’s plan to transform Wilburton Trestle into trail
Gov. Jay Inslee, the executive director of the Cascade Bicycle Club and other elected leaders gathered at the Wilburton Trestle in Bellevue on Tuesday, as King County Executive Dow Constantine outlined the county's plan to transform the iconic structure into a scenic elevated trail.
When the din of construction falls quiet during the evening in Downtown Bellevue, some residents listening closely might hear the strains of classical music on 106th Avenue Northeast.
Reps. Judy Clibborn and Tana Senn filed an ethics complaint with the Public Disclosure Commission (PDC) against Sen. Steve Litzow for alleged inappropriate use of their names and photos in his political campaign advertising on Oct. 10, according to a press release.
Bellevue Reporter staff took top honors at the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association's annual event on Oct. 15, as reporter Allison DeAngelis won first place in the prestigious News Writer of the Year category.
Bellevue residents are encouraged to comment on the proposed Utilities budget and rate increases in the 2017-2018 budget at a meeting this Thursday, Oct. 20.
Bellevue is a city in motion, according to data gathered by the U.S. Census in its yearly American Community Survey.
The Coal Creek Parkway trailhead, between Forest Drive Southeast and Southeast 60th Street, closed Oct. 12 for approximately four months so the city can build a new, 11-stall parking lot.
Former Seattle Seahawks player Derrick Coleman was sentenced on Friday to 240 hours of community service for vehicular assault and fleeing the scene of a car crash that seriously injured a man in Bellevue last year.
Due to the inclement weather predicted by the media, the Bellevue College Homecoming Festival slated for Saturday, Oct. 15 has been postponed until a later date.
Bellevue has much to celebrate after Bellevue LifeSpring's Uncork the Night: A Celebration of Wine and Giving raised $590,580 to benefit children and their families living in poverty in Bellevue.
Thirteen candidates from the 1st, 41st, 45th and 48th legislative districts gathered at the North Bellevue Community Center on Oct. 10 to discuss a problem that all Washingtonians will have to face sooner or later — how the state can better support its aging population.
The Washington State Department of Transportation responded last week to residents' concerns about the arsenic levels in the old State Route 520 bridge.
With the forecast calling for a possible one-two punch of heavy rains and strong winds in the Puget Sound region through the weekend, Bellevue residents are urged to be prepared for severe weather.
Customers at the Starbucks on Northeast 8th Street were given an extra shot of energy when a car crashed through the store's front windows Wednesday morning.
A public forum for all candidates for House and Senate seats in the 41st Legislative District will be held from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 16 at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, 4228 Factoria Blvd. SE, Bellevue. Episcopal Bishop Greg Rickel will moderate the forum.
Mere blocks away from the high-rise Bellevue condominiums where more than a dozen women were rescued in January after being forced into sex work, a new facility has opened to help survivors of sex trafficking.
Outside of Seattle in the fall of 1965, dozens of students camped out overnight to be the first to enroll at a fledgling new college. Bellevue Community College opened its doors the following January, starting classes with 500 students in a temporary home at Newport High School.
Walk to School Day on Oct. 5 — the national event to promote safety and connected communities — had a little extra spring in its step this year. A new pilot program called Bellevue SchoolPool is being launched at eight schools.
Do you have something lying around your home that could be useful again if only you knew how to repair it? Now, help is on the way through the City of Bellevue's Repair Fair on Monday, Oct. 10.
Creativity remains a mystery to a lot of people, but even creative people get stuck. When the well goes dry — what do you do?
More than 700 animal lovers and their pets gathered at Seattle Humane's 14th annual Walk for the Animals at Green Lake on Oct. 2, raising $90,000.
Celebrating the printed word and the freedom to read during Banned Books Week, the Reporter has launched its first-ever poetry contest, open to all. Enter the contest for your chance to get published.
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Thousands of children, teenagers and residents of all ages can now enjoy the new Bellevue Boys and Girls Club facility in Downtown, which opened Oct. 6.
Concerned residents of the Lake Washington area are working together to hold the Washington State Department of Transportation accountable for the arsenic levels in the old State Route 520 bridge.
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.
After several months of an interim ordinance limiting where marijuana retailers can be located, the Bellevue City Council gave insight to staff that it would be open to tinkering with it.
An elderly Bellevue woman died after being struck by a driver in Downtown Bellevue Wednesday evening.
While hundreds of students across the district have life-threatening allergies, the number of emergency medical treatments in Bellevue schools have fallen to almost none over the last two years.
Over the course of the past three months, Sound Transit's contractor has been installing tunnel monitoring equipment along the downtown Bellevue tunnel alignment. Once tunnel excavation begins later this year, the equipment will monitor tunnel excavation activities as they occur. During the next approximately three weeks, lane closures will be required on 110th Avenue NE near NE 4th Street as installation work continues.
The Bellevue Police Department is working closely with a little-talked about ally in the fight against drugs: The United States Postal Service.
Bellevue City Council is seeking candidates for a vacancy on Bellevue's Environmental Services Commission. Applications are due by Oct. 28 and can be online, mailed, faxed or delivered by hand.
As the immigrant and refugee population in King County increases, questions have been raised about how to best serve them.
It all started in 1854, when Thomas Mercer stood on a table and declared there should be a connection between Lake Washington and the Puget Sound.
Save the date because Bellevue College is planning a monumental celebration for its 50th anniversary, and the entire community is invited to join in the fun at the Homecoming Festival on Saturday, Oct. 15.
The worst kind of phone call to receive, according to Sonja Mandt, is the call informing you that you have breast cancer.
The historic F.W. Winters House, occupied by the Eastside Heritage Center and occasionally rented for small weddings, will close Oct. 1 for approximately four years for construction of Sound Transit's East Link light rail line.
The long-planned Tateuchi Center got a major boost with three donations totaling $20 million, organization officials announced during an event on Wednesday night
Today, REI announced that it has finalized an agreement to relocate its headquarters to a section of the Spring District in Bellevue.
Bellevue Fire Department hazardous material technicians investigated an unknown white powder found in the mailroom of a Downtown Bellevue highrise on Monday morning.
A patient at Overlake Medical Center was recently diagnosed with Legionella pneumonia.
Some of the Eastside's largest employers joined with three city mayors on Tuesday morning to encourage voters to support Proposition 1, the Sound Transit 3 proposal.
The Bellevue Chamber of Commerce has announced it will back two local public safety ballot measures. Bellevue Propositions One, if approved by the voters, could generate up to $120 million over twenty years in support of fire services, including a new station in Downtown Bellevue. Proposition Two, also a twenty year property tax levy, could yield $140 million for neighborhood transportation safety, connectivity and congestion relief.
The Metropolitan King County Council gave its unanimous support on Wednesday to the appointment of Bellevue resident Lalita Uppala to serve on the King County Library System's Board of Trustees.
Teens interested in experiencing local government and law in action are encouraged to attend the Bellevue Youth Court open house on Sept. 27, 5:30-7 p.m., at City Hall, 450 110th Ave. NE.
In a lengthy meeting Monday night, the Bellevue City Council voted 4-1 to publicly support the Sound Transit Proposition 1.
Thousands of stand up paddlers from around the world competed in an exciting and friendly sports competition while raising money for charity last weekend.