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BPD arrests man on Washington’s Most Wanted

Daniel Alvarez has a history of eluding law enforcement.

 

Blood donations drop due to school closures

Bloodworks Northwest requires 1,000 donations a day to maintain a stable blood supply

 

Pedestrian struck in cross walk, has life-threatening injuries

As of March 18 the victim was still in the hospital at Harborview

 

90-year-old Life Care resident recovering after testing positive for COVID-19

Geneva Wood remains in isolation at Harborview Medical Center.

CDC: Life Care staff worked in multiple facilities and while symptomatic for COVID-19

Staff members assisted in spreading coronavirus throughout long-term care facilities.

Man assaults, abducts ex-girlfriend

A report came in about a male “crawling through the Park Area near the playground.”

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Five-year, Bellevue-based scam unravels

The Bellevue-based company funneled money into trusts and hid assets.

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Bloodworks Northwest reports drop in blood donations following coronavirus outbreak

The blood bank has lost 143 donations since March 1.

Bellevue man stabs fiance with kitchen knife after dispute

The victim sustained lacerations to her face, buttocks and hand.

Family member of Bothell high staffer tests negative for COVID-19

The school was closed on Feb. 27 and 28.

Man punches daughter in face for stealing | Police blotter

The police blotter for Feb. 10-16.

Bothell High School remains closed due to caution over potential coronavirus | UPDATE

So far there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19

The business will be closed for several days to board up the broken window. Photo courtesy of Bellevue Police Department Twitter

Driver confuses gas and brake pedals, crashes into Bellevue building

The car crashed halfway into the Omega Photo business.

The business will be closed for several days to board up the broken window. Photo courtesy of Bellevue Police Department Twitter
Theo Koshar, Janet McIntosh and Robin Kelley of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery work to find road drains and clear them of leaves, outside the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery in Issaquah, WA on Feb. 6, 2020. Mitchell Atencio/Staff Photo

Rapid rainfall has led to flooding, impacting all parts of King County.

County warns residents to obey barricades for safety.

Theo Koshar, Janet McIntosh and Robin Kelley of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery work to find road drains and clear them of leaves, outside the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery in Issaquah, WA on Feb. 6, 2020. Mitchell Atencio/Staff Photo