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Update: Property owner terminates lease for spa tied to prostitution | Other spa may still be in operation
One day after reporting two Bellevue spas allegedly used for prostitution had been labeled chronic nuisances, police report Sunnyday Spa's property owner has terminated the business' lease. Sunnyday Spa is expected to vacate the building at 4038 Factoria Blvd., by June 15.
A man wearing a pink wig was allegedly caught filming women using the restroom with his cellphone at Bellevue College back in January, according to the Bellevue Police Department.
The Bellevue Planning Commission will spend the greater part of a year assessing recommendations of a downtown livability advisory committee — suggested increases to the city’s skyline height limits are expected to be greatly debated.
Without knowing the majority opinion of its residents, the Bellevue City Council removed Newport Hills from consideration as a target area for multifamily housing on May 26, before outlining its plan for a tax exemption program to increase such development around the city.
City council gets early start on Energize Eastside environmental process | Staff says unusual to get involved this soon
The Bellevue City Council acknowledged it may be odd for the lead permitting agency to weigh in this early during a project's environmental process, but decided Monday a letter now could ease the process for Energize Eastside in the future.
A dead woman found by maintenance workers in a Bellevue apartment unit under construction back in February was strangled, according to the King County Medical Examiner's Office.
AutoNation Ford fire cause remains a mystery | Blaze started in shop area; insurance company to perform forensic analysis
The Bellevue Fire Department has not been able to determine the cause of a fire that ripped through the AutoNation Ford dealership on 116th Avenue Northeast last month, and evidence collected by firefighters is now being analyzed by the dealership’s insurance company.
Bellevue native Nils Dickmann’s fevered race to spare Old Main’s oldest structure has come to an end, the Philbrook House’s owner now ready to raze the historic structure to make way for an office building. The diamond store is keeping space available for an interpretive piece on its property, announcing where the house once sat.
It didn’t take police long to connect an employee to the armed robbery of a legal marijuana growing operation in Factoria last month.
KG Investment Management’s Bellevue Central Shopping Center has room for three retailers, which will be REI, Trader Joe’s and a HomeGoods furnishing store, according to a lease agreement filed in King County.
Bellevue Police say a baby is fine after a car crashed into its nursery and partially collapsed the 9-month-old's crib.
Bellevue wants residents to know the Puget Sound Region will not be facing a water shortage this summer, and encourages them to wash their cars, water the lawn and shower — they could even take two.
Council approves contract for false alarm program management | Owners to pay registration, face fines for faulty activations
Bellevue home and business owners will soon be facing penalties from police responding to false alarm activations in the city, under a new program that also comes with an annual fee for tracking their devices.
Enatai Elementary is filled with more than 60 years of history, and it's all coming down this summer to make way for a bigger and better facility. First, the district and community members want to give the old school a proper sendoff.
Bellevue educators to protest Legislature Wednesday | Association angry about stall in education funding
Bellevue educators frustrated with the state Legislature’s stall in passing legislation providing better funding for teachers and schools are skipping today’s planned regional walkouts in favor of waiting until Wednesday to avoid impacting students.
The Bellevue City Council passed the title of a Northtowne park from a sullied historic figure to a former councilmember and neighborhood advocate on Monday.
Police continue search for domestic disturbance suspect | Family described man wearing bulletproof vest, carrying machete
A domestic disturbance call at a Hilltop home Sunday afternoon had Bellevue Police searching the rest of the day for a man believed to have been wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying a machete.
The Low Income Housing Institute has filled more than half of its 57 units at the newly constructed August Wilson Place in downtown Bellevue, using a lottery to handle the demand for affordable apartment units in the city.
City challenges county solid waste plan | Bellevue worries Factoria station to face hauling, traffic issues
Bellevue is ready to take action if the King County Council follows through with a draft regional solid waste transfer plan the city claims will cause traffic and self-hauling problems in Factoria.
Parks board passes Bovee Park name change to council | Two recommendations to be considered next week
The Bellevue parks board is recommending the city council consider two public figures from Northtowne’s past to be honored in the renaming of Bovee Park.