Aaron Kunkler

Bothell man among a dozen people arrested for heroin, methamphetamine trafficking

A Bothell man was among a dozen people arrested this morning in King and Snohomish counties in conjunction with a two-year investigation into heroin and methamphetamine trafficking.

Kenmore begins PSE franchise agreement negotiations partially in the dark

Negotiations between the city of Kenmore and Puget Sound Energy will begin shortly to hash out the details of possibly renewing a franchise agreement to supply the city’s residents with power and establishing the company’s right of way for maintenance and power restoration.

United Health Foundation report shows Washington as ninth healthiest state

In their annual report entitled ‘America’s Health Rankings,’ the organization provides detailed statistics on health concerns in every state.

100 years and still going strong

Her paintings can be found all over Kenmore, from friends houses to the Inglemoor Golf Club, where she used to spend much of her time and was even a golf club captain in 1958.

Blind Bothell man walks to Canada for water, awareness

On March 22, Raines left Mill Creek and walked to the Canadian border in five days in an attempt to raise $20,000 for the non-profit 'Water is Basic'.

Evergreen Church breaks ground on new children’s wing

The Orangetown wing should be finished by the end of January.

Five area cities sign letter to Sound Transit affirming expansion bid

The cities of Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, Kenmore, Bothell and Woodinville all signed the measure, affirming their support for the measure.

Martial arts singled out for sales taxes statewide

Last October, state lawmakers voted to reclassify martial arts schools to be taxed as fitness clubs, levying a sales tax instead of being taxed like a service, raising taxes and prices by up to 9.6 percent, effective the first of this year.

Storm update: All Northshore schools closed today, could stay closed tomorrow

Thousands still without power in Bothell and Kenmore as crews work through the night repairing storm damage.

Fatal crash in Bothell blocks 101st Avenue Northeast

A man was killed and a woman passenger was sent to Harborview Medical Center after police said their vehicle crashed into a tree in the 18500 block of 101st Avenue Northeast around 8:45 a.m.

More than 22,000 residents sign petition against tolls

More than 22,000 people have signed a petition calling for the elimination of toll lanes on Interstate 405.

Severe wind storm leaves thousands without power

More than 15,600 Bothell and Kenmore residents were without power today following a severe windstorm which whipped through western Washington left more than 200,000 people without power across the area and more news from across the state.

Creation of Kenmore Junior City Council on life support

The idea of creating a Junior City Council in Kenmore has been floating around for the past few years, and despite some community interest, it may be dead in the water for the time being.

UW Bothell ranked seventh by Best Value Schools

The University of Washington Bothell was recently ranked as the seventh best value university out of 15 in the state according to a list compiled by Best Value Schools.

Former Bothell footballers coach next generation on hometown turf

Six Bothell High School graduates now spend four days a week coaching the Cougar's Junior football team.

City of Bothell, emergency organizations drop Regional Fire Authority discussion

Are fire agency heads discuss why the RFA negotiations fell through, and what comes next.

PSE presents solutions on notorious circuit 26 to Kenmore City Council members

Circuit 26 runs between and over back yards and next to dense patches of trees. Asah said the drought and recent storms have combined to cause ever increasing power outages as trees that dried out over the summer are knocked into power lines by intense winter winds.

Injured eagle in critical condition following rescue by several organizations in Bothell

It’s been a long couple days for one bald eagle who got stuck in a Bothell tree, and thanks to the efforts of multiple rescue agencies the bird was rescued, but it’s not in the clear.

Dr. Charles Powell sets agenda for Kenmore’s Bastyr University following busy summer

Dr. Charles “Mac” Powell was chosen as Bastyr University’s newest president earlier this year. Since then, he has collaborated with the community on and off campus to develop a continuing vision for the university.

Updates on two Kenmore assaults

Deputies arrested two men in separate incidents after they assaulted people.