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A global real estate service firm has identified 108th Avenue Northeast in Bellevue as the 12th most expensive central business district street in the country, and its experts say future office space will likely cost even more.
Bellevue City Council is ready to finalize an ordinance regulating where collective gardens for medical marijuana can be located within the city and weighed in Monday on concerns they want addressed ahead of adoption of an emergency ordinance for recreational pot later this month.
A 40-year-old Bellevue man is facing federal drug charges in U.S. District Court after authorities allegedly tied him to narcotics sales through the online black market site, Silk Road. The year-long investigation was prompted by the discovery of heroin in a mailed package pulled by the U.S. Postal Service.
Two Seattle cousins were arrested early Wednesday morning for allegedly attempting to hire a hit man to assault and possibly kill one of their girlfriends, according to the Bellevue Police Department.
Downtown Bellevue’s QFC supermarket is getting a $7-million, 6,000-square-foot expansion and remodel next year that will include adding a wine tasting bar and natural foods section pending final permitting from the city.
A former Chinook Middle School physical education teacher is appealing a hearing officer's opinion upholding the Bellevue School District's decision to fire him for coming to work intoxicated.
A day after grocery store workers voted to strike over failed union negotiations, the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 21 announced this afternoon Allied Employers plans to return to the bargaining table in mid-October.
Entrepreneur Ron Wiener opens WorkWhileWalking storefront that offers treadmill desks to rent or own. He says the trend for company's is to keep employees moving and productive.
Bellevue city councilors are mulling over where four marijuana retail stores should be located ahead of the state liquor control board's issuance of licenses.
A new store has opened in downtown Bellevue that allows customers to browse and learn about a variety of affordable to high-end coffee and espresso machines.