An inquest into the March fatal shooting of a Columbia City man by the Bellevue SWAT has been postponed after the family of Russell Smith decided to retain an attorney.
The Swedish Medical Center Foundation knew Robert and Jean Reid to be great philanthropists here in the Puget Sound area, but were surprised to find they’d been gifted $10.1 million from the Bellevue couple’s estate following their deaths.
Bellevue city councilmembers say they generally approve of design plans for an extended City Hall Plaza to provide connectivity to the future site of the Bellevue Transit Center Station on Northeast Sixth Street, but cautioned the unknown cost may require scaling back.
Wells Fargo is offering up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification and arrest of a bank robber nicknamed the “Cyborg Bandit” by law enforcement who has been linked to several robberies in the King County area since September.
UPDATE: Police have found Wesley Duncan “safe and sound.”
ORIGINAL STORY: Police say a developmentally delayed Bellevue man remains missing as of Friday after leaving his Eastgate residences nearly a week ago, however, credit card records and surveillance footage confirms Wesley S. Duncan is alive.
As the Eastside continues to see a population boom, Puget Sound Energy will keep the lights on with an 18-mile transmission line project from Renton to Redmond slated for construction in 2017.
Bellevue Police Ofc. Andrew Hanke was charged with DUI this afternoon in Issaquah Municipal Court following a criminal investigation prompted after a traffic stop on I-90 by an on-duty officer who let him go rather than conduct an arrest on Nov. 20.
Bellevue city councilmembers were bothered to learn – after celebrating its completion more than a month ago – the West Lake Sammamish Parkway construction project came at a cost 37 percent higher than what was bid, but reluctantly agreed to pay the additional $1.7 million on Monday.
Seattle-based Group Health Cooperative and Bartell Drugs announced Dec. 2 a collaboration to place medical clinics within three of the retailer’s Seattle and Bellevue locations in 2014 with the hope of expanding its CareClinic model in the future.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says his office is prioritizing as best it can to deal with current and pending legal challenges in the state in the face of a slimmer budget, and he’s confident critical issues are being addressed.
A former Bellevue developer and his long-time girlfriend were sentenced Nov. 22 in U.S. District Court for 25 counts of tax evasion and false statements made in a scheme to avoid taxes on more than $23 million in income that will mean paying more than $2.7 million in restitution on back taxes.
Seattle-based Group Health Cooperative and Bartell Drugs announced today, Dec. 2, a collaboration to place medical clinics within three of the retailers Seattle and Bellevue location in 2014 with the hope of expanding its CareClinic model in the future.
When Janelle Miller became sick in her late 20s, she began to assess lifestyle – particularly what was going into her body. A former fitness trainer, she refused pharmaceuticals and began researching links between health and nutrition, even when combating diseases. She began juicing with organic fruits and vegetables, and never looked back.
The Washington State Liquor Control Board has released the names of the first wave of applicants looking to enter the commercial marijuana market with eight looking to set up business in Bellevue, so far.
Kevin Wallace will serve another term on the Bellevue City Council with certified King County election results showing the incumbent councilmember beating challenger Steve Kasner by less than 1 percent on Tuesday.
The Bellevue City Council will restart recruiting for a new city manager in January following last week’s withdrawal of candidates ahead of a public reception and interviews, which dropped its finalists down to two.
Kemper Development Company announced Monday its closing on a long-term lease for a one-acre property adjacent to its Bellevue Square and Bellevue Place properties, thus locking down all four corners at the intersection of Northeast Eighth Street and Bellevue Way.