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Former Bellevue Police Deputy Chief Harold Corkrey dies at 87

Former Bellevue Police Deputy Chief Harold Corkrey dies at 87

Former Deputy Chief of the Bellevue Police Department Harold Francis “Cork” Corkrey Jr. died on Thanksgiving, Nov. 24. He was 87 years old. Corkrey was… Continue reading

Former Bellevue Police Deputy Chief Harold Corkrey dies at 87
Bellevue couple allegedly robbed, held at gunpoint three times

Bellevue couple allegedly robbed, held at gunpoint three times

A Bellevue couple was allegedly robbed and held at gunpoint not once, not twice, but three times by the same men, according to recently filed… Continue reading

Bellevue couple allegedly robbed, held at gunpoint three times
Bellevue alum motivated by AIDS’ impact on family to educate others

Bellevue alum motivated by AIDS’ impact on family to educate others

Tsion Affman doesn’t remember exactly when she learned about HIV, AIDS and the impact the two diseases can have on people. But she does remember… Continue reading

Bellevue alum motivated by AIDS’ impact on family to educate others
Update: No further cases of potential flesh-eating bacteria found in Bellevue

Update: No further cases of potential flesh-eating bacteria found in Bellevue

A women who reportedly contracted a potentially fatal bacterial infection from an Asian grocery store in Bellevue is recovering well and no further cases have… Continue reading

Update: No further cases of potential flesh-eating bacteria found in Bellevue
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No one injured when flare erupts at Bellevue Goodwill

No one was injured when a flare gun that had mistakenly been placed on the salesfloor at the Bellevue Goodwill detonated Sunday afternoon. A shopper… Continue reading

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Fight over Bellevue firefighter’s benefits goes to Supreme Court

Fight over Bellevue firefighter’s benefits goes to Supreme Court

The fight between two former Bellevue firefighters with cancer and the city of Bellevue and the Department of Labor went before the state Supreme Court… Continue reading

Fight over Bellevue firefighter’s benefits goes to Supreme Court
Renton man arrested for drive-by shooting in Bellevue

Renton man arrested for drive-by shooting in Bellevue

A 22-year-old Renton man has been charged with a drive-by shooting in the Phantom Lake neighborhood earlier this month. Jose Alfredo Del Rio Flores is… Continue reading

Renton man arrested for drive-by shooting in Bellevue
Despite overcrowding, overstaffing, Bellevue School District enrollment estimates ‘right on’

Despite overcrowding, overstaffing, Bellevue School District enrollment estimates ‘right on’

Though an “anomaly” led to overcrowding in some schools, overstaffing in others and parent criticism, district officials reported last week that most of the issues… Continue reading

Despite overcrowding, overstaffing, Bellevue School District enrollment estimates ‘right on’
Bellevue sex-solicitation group members sentenced to community service

Bellevue sex-solicitation group members sentenced to community service

Two men arrested in the sex-solicitation bust conducted by local and federal law enforcement in January were sentenced last week to community service. Stephen Jenkins… Continue reading

Bellevue sex-solicitation group members sentenced to community service
Mother who abducted two Bellevue boys, fled to Mexico sentenced to 13 months in prison

Mother who abducted two Bellevue boys, fled to Mexico sentenced to 13 months in prison

The mother who abducted two Bellevue boys and fled with them to Mexico for six months before being apprehended was sentenced to 13 months in… Continue reading

Mother who abducted two Bellevue boys, fled to Mexico sentenced to 13 months in prison
Cops called when man tries to stab roommate | Bellevue Police Blotter Nov. 7-14

Cops called when man tries to stab roommate | Bellevue Police Blotter Nov. 7-14

Nov. 7 Horrible high: Two males smoked marijuana for the first time in a parking lot in the 10200 block of NE 8th St. They… Continue reading

Cops called when man tries to stab roommate | Bellevue Police Blotter Nov. 7-14
Bellevue Fire Dept., family send memorial for fallen firefighter to Rose Parade

Bellevue Fire Dept., family send memorial for fallen firefighter to Rose Parade

Two years ago, around 150 Bellevue firefighters lined the halls of Virginia Mason Hospital to say goodbye to their comrade, Deanna Carr. An American flag… Continue reading

Bellevue Fire Dept., family send memorial for fallen firefighter to Rose Parade
Bellevue students protest Trump’s win, march against discrimination

Bellevue students protest Trump’s win, march against discrimination

Students from Sammamish High School joined thousands of young people from Bellevue College, Bellevue and Interlake High Schools, and others from across Seattle and the… Continue reading

Bellevue students protest Trump’s win, march against discrimination
‘Sometimes all they need is a little push to get back on track’

‘Sometimes all they need is a little push to get back on track’

Growing up in Bellevue, Nathan Chou always knew he was privileged. From an early age, he said he realized he could pursue his dreams and… Continue reading

‘Sometimes all they need is a little push to get back on track’
Bellevue police investigating swastika graffiti in Downtown Park

Bellevue police investigating swastika graffiti in Downtown Park

The Bellevue Police Department is investigating a possible hate crime involving a swastika spray-painted in Downtown Park on Nov. 11. Officers were notified of the… Continue reading

Bellevue police investigating swastika graffiti in Downtown Park
Officers arrest multiple passed out drunk drivers | Bellevue Police Blotter Oct. 31 - Nov. 6

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 over cell phone usage, and the daughter allegedly assaulted her mom. The case… Continue reading

Officers arrest multiple passed out drunk drivers | Bellevue Police Blotter Oct. 31 - Nov. 6
Historic WWI flag sewn by Bellevue women conserved for future generations

Historic WWI flag sewn by Bellevue women conserved for future generations

A project like this doesn’t come along very often for art restoration and conservation specialists Petra Kreidler and Mark Schneider. In their combined 60 years… Continue reading

Historic WWI flag sewn by Bellevue women conserved for future generations
Scenes from election night 2016

Scenes from election night 2016

A selection of photos from the Washington State Democrats election party, during which the crowd celebrated wins for Gov. Jay Inslee, Sen. Patty Murray, Lt.… Continue reading

Scenes from election night 2016
Ingram, Patricelli promoted to Bellevue police captains

Ingram, Patricelli promoted to Bellevue police captains

The Bellevue Police Department recently promoted Debbie Ingram and Lisa Patricelli, joining Andrew Popochock as sector captains in the department. The two women were among… Continue reading

Ingram, Patricelli promoted to Bellevue police captains
Bellevue police: Mom ‘missing piece in the puzzle’ of missing Metalwala boy

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 new information teased last year lead nowhere and renewed their pleas for the… Continue reading

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