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In 2017, funds raised helped the department purchase a hostage negotiation van.
As Bellevue’s Three Cedars Waldorf closes, a new school with a familiar approach prepares to take its place
News of the impending closure has caused significant backlash in the Waldorf community.
Legislators, students call for change while remembering victims.
Hundreds celebrate youth at annual Friends of Youth luncheon.
Action needs to be taken before emergency ordinance expires in August.
The need for affordable housing is felt across the region.
The 4,800 page document will be used in the upcoming permitting process.
World Kidney Day is March 8.
Insufficient evidence in the alleged rape of a teen girl at a house party last year.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation doesn’t have nasty side effects of anti-depressants.
It’s lunch time.
More than 30 artists will perform Feb. 22-25.
Weather conditions were so bad searchers couldn’t begin looking for them until Monday morning.
Cities, county hope to have decision by this year.
The restaurant is currently rated as “Needs to Improve.”
Need for more affordable housing a top issue since 1980s.
17 were killed in a high school shooting on Feb. 14.
For each pair of sunglasses sold, 20 trees will be planted.
The victim kept the secret for nearly two years.
The $28.5 million facility is 57,000 square feet.