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A lawsuit filed by the state alleges three Eastsiders scammed homeowners for hundreds of thousands.
Students say the mascot glorifies the Confederacy while detractors say it honors Revolutionary War.
The project to turn the old seminary building into a lodge will get underway this July.
The Department of the Interior has granted a permit to resume mining at the Black Diamond location.
In the wake of a deadly cougar attack near North Bend here’s some tips on staying safe.
A pump to supply much-needed water to Eastern Washington during droughts could affect recreation.
Residents are concerned about King County not meeting its greenhouse gas emissions targets.
Seattle has passed a head tax to help fund homelessness services.
Only 19 kokanee salmon returned to spawn this year.
Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue is starting the largest expansion in its 58-year history.
The Broderick Group released a report detailing low office vacancy rates across Eastside cities.
With tighter regulations affecting the flow of recyclables in the U.S., officials look for new avenues for the region’s paper waste.
Eastside lawmakers met on April 26 for a debrief with constituent businesses.
Bothell’s marijuana retail stores have done well recently.
Country Village will be open for another year, but business owners are thinking of the future.
Northwest Electric and Solar is open for business in Kenmore following a move from Seattle.
State and local officials met with residents about proposed expansions of toll lanes on I-405.
A carbon fee could be on November’s ballot if supporters of I-1631 gather enough signatures.
New case at Woodinville stable has Eastside equestrian community working together to ensure virus does not spread to other stables.
Kenmore does not regulate Republic Services, so the company does not need permission to landfill paper.