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Bellevue Police Chief Linda Pillo told the City Council Monday that events that led to multiple confrontations between three off duty Bellevue police officers, Seattle Police, and a group of fans at Seattle Seahawks game Sept. 16, will be thoroughly investigated.
The Seattle City Council voted 6-2 Monday to cut a deal with hedge fund manager Chris Hansen to build an arena in the SoDo district.
August sales of single family homes in Bellevue were down from the same month a year ago, but condo sales were up, according to the Northwest Multiple Listing Service.
Leslie Lloyd, president of the Bellevue Downtown Association, is leaving the organization to become executive director of the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts in Leavenworth, Wash. Lloyd has been with the BDA for 12 years.
Dan Kinley felt helpless. He watched as his mother suffered through breast cancer for more than five years. The disease eventually took her life, and her son had no idea how he could contribute.
Solving the ‘Groupon Problem’ | Mercer Island entrepreneurs build daily deal app that encourages repeat business
When sites such as Groupon and LivingSocial touted more than half-off deals on a variety of products, customers were thrilled and businesses excited for the new way to get people in the door. But as the years ticked by, it became clear to business owners that they were not benefitting from these sites.
Two opponents of the Spring District development in the Bel Red area have agreed to drop their appeals of the project after developer Wright Runstad agreed to conduct a traffic study.
Recycling is a lot easier than it used to be. The painstaking process of separating out every piece of material into three or four bins that have to be lugged to the curb every week has been largely eliminated in this area.
Inside T-Mobile | Company opens the doors of its testing lab, rolls out new features for 10-year anniversary
A robot named Mr. Hats listens as noise is piped in from every angle. Meanwhile, Tappy, another robo-tester, mashes buttons and commands for 24 hours straight. At the same time, a model of a head is scanned in different positions in a room adorned with bright blue and yellow foamed cones.
Fall is an important season for many homeowners, with the prospects of planting the seeds for a captivating display of greenery. But this doesn't come without environmental risks, specifically the use of pesticides.
After more than four years practicing family law, Kimberly Kasin felt suffocated. Case after case of bitter divorce, domestic abuse and custody battles left her unable to leave the problems at the office.
A long-planned parking garage expansion for the downtown Bellevue Library should open later this year, easing parking woes faced by those who use the facility. The garage will increase the parking capacity from 199 to 362 parking spaces, said King County Library Services Director of Facilities Management Services Gregory Smith.
With a baby on the way and a room full of junk, Nick Huzar knew he had to act fast. Huzar had between 50 and 60 items to sell that were taking up space in what would become his child’s nursery. As he rounded up each item, planning to sell them all on online, Huzar thought the ordeal should be a lot easier.
When most little girls open up a lemonade stand they do it to get money for toys or clothes. Then again, Callie Lentz is not most little girls. Callie, 8, witnessed tragedy at a very young age. Her friend, Ben Towne, was diagnosed with a form of pediatric cancer at the age of 2 and died a year later. When Ben’s parents set up a foundation, Callie knew she wanted to start a business to help out the family.
Much of John and Nelda Brangwin’s 22-year marriage centers around the written word. They met in a book club, and throughout their Bellevue home one can find one of the more than 30 magazines and newspapers the couple subscribes to. Nelda is a librarian at Cherry Valley Elementary in Duvall who helped institute several reading programs, at which John has helped out. Now John is taking it a step further, building and dedicating a small book depository to his wife, who is currently studying in New York.
Police got a chance to get to know residents and show off some of the best equipment at National Night Out Tuesday at Crossroads Mall.
The State Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a 2009 search of a student's backpack that yielded an airsoft gun and led to the conviction of a student was not legal, because the school officer was acting in a law enforcement role, requiring him to first obtain a search warrant.
It’s election season! That also means it’s the best and worst time of the year for political reporters. It means endless fodder for stories, issues coming to the forefront and of course negative campaigning. Yes, most of these things still are a months down the road, but primary season is important, too, even if it doesn’t seem that way.
Bellevue reached a new level of the budget process, as the City Council got its first look at program and project proposals Monday night. The series of proposals, both in the general fund and for capital projects, show a consistent theme: Bellevue can maintain nearly all of its services and complete most of its projects, but the economy isn't ready for the city to take on new plans.
As Bellevue’s growth continues, so do the number of cars on the roads. While planners have worked for years on road projects to add more capacity, the city is also taking steps to make its infrastructure smarter.