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Bellevue Place Helistop appeal denied

The Bellevue City council denied an appeal to remove the helistop at the Bellevue Place building.

A photo of the knife, recovered from the stabbing scene. Photo courtesy of Bellevue police

Bellevue police arrest man after overnight stabbing

The victim and suspect are described as local homeless men who were intoxicated.

  • Sep 18, 2018
A photo of the knife, recovered from the stabbing scene. Photo courtesy of Bellevue police
Zhulyeta Shirinyan. Photo courtesy of Bellevue Police

UPDATE: Police find missing woman, she is safe

The 71-year-old woman was last seen Friday morning at 6 a.m. and was located at about 7:30 p.m.

  • Sep 17, 2018
Zhulyeta Shirinyan. Photo courtesy of Bellevue Police

Gun control initative set for November ballots

Gun control will be on the ballot this November as advocates hope to implement much stricter legislation statewide. Initiative 1639 would be the most sweeping… Continue reading

Photos courtesy of Trooper Rick Johnson

Troopers seek hit and run suspect, call on public for help

The Washington State Patrol asked locals for any information to identify the vehicle and suspect.

Photos courtesy of Trooper Rick Johnson

More housing in the works for Factoria

The 65-unit Basel Newport Townhouse project is moving through the city’s permitting process.

Homeowner scares off burglar | Police blotter

The Bellevue Police blotter for Sept. 3 and 4.

  • Sep 11, 2018

Activists question PSE’s energy plan update at meeting

Puget Sound Energy representatives presented an annual update to their integrated resource plan.

Old Federal Court House (U.S. Court House) in Seattle. Photo by Joe Mabel

Bellevue CEO faces multi-year visa fraud charges

The CEO of two Bellevue information technology companies fled the U.S. after a complaint was filed.

Old Federal Court House (U.S. Court House) in Seattle. Photo by Joe Mabel

Suspect arrested after found sleeping in stolen vehicle | Police blotter

The Bellevue Police blotter for Aug. 25 through 26.

  • Sep 5, 2018

Longtime Eastside baseball coach passes away at age 80

For Les Dow, baseball was the game of his life.

YES partners with LWSD and BSD to address mental health and substance use issues in students sooner. Photo courtesy of Youth Eastside Services.

Universal mental health screenings to be introduced in local middle schools

YES partners with LWSD and BSD to address mental health and substance use issues in students sooner.

YES partners with LWSD and BSD to address mental health and substance use issues in students sooner. Photo courtesy of Youth Eastside Services.

Ex-Bellevue College dean allegedly raped assistant for years

Her attorney said the woman has intellectual delays making it easier for the man to manipulate her.

Suspect fires pistol to scare cat, gun only fires blanks | Police blotter

The Bellevue police blotter courtesy of the Bellevue Beat Blog.

  • Aug 28, 2018

Eastside’s Zangaglia honored for nonprofit work

The HopeFest has served 6,500 low-income or homeless people in King County.

Redmond council approves Overlake’s Seritage development

The approval paves the way for mixed-use development on 14-acres in the Overlake neighborhood.

Reykdal: Washington State will not arm its teachers

State Superintendent responds to Betsy Devos’ consideration to arm teachers.

  • Aug 25, 2018
Linda Detering attaching tags to backpacks as each order is filled. Madison Miller/staff photo.

Community helps students prepare for school

Congregations for Kids held its 23rd schools drive to provide students a good start.

Linda Detering attaching tags to backpacks as each order is filled. Madison Miller/staff photo.
Secretary of State Kim Wyman certifies Initiative 1639’s qualifications for the November General Election. Shortly afterwards, she was sued by the National Rifle Association and Second Amendment Foundation. Courtesy of the Secretary of State

Bellevue group sues Seattle, supports lawsuit against state

The Second Amendment Foundation recently stood against gun regulations in Seattle and Washington.

Secretary of State Kim Wyman certifies Initiative 1639’s qualifications for the November General Election. Shortly afterwards, she was sued by the National Rifle Association and Second Amendment Foundation. Courtesy of the Secretary of State

Five students receive scholarships through BECU Foundation

BECU invests in student financial health through scholarship and internship program.

  • Aug 22, 2018