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The boy was found safe at the suspect’s mother’s house.
The March 14 demonstrations marked the one month anniversary of the Parkland school shooting.
Hundreds celebrate youth at annual Friends of Youth luncheon.
Eastside legislators met to discuss issues at annual breakfast
Auditor’s office seeking $700,000 from Washington Legislature
One of the more than 100 arrested was a Bothell man
Four members of Congress stood up on Sept. 21 to let President Donald Trump know ending the DACA program is not only cruel, but stupid.… Continue reading
Vice chair of the Evergreen Healthcare Foundation Kinnon W. Williams is taking on longtime incumbent Rebecca Hirt for the EvergreenHealth board of commissioners position No. 2 seat this November.
About 1,000 pounds of food were donated to Hopelink two weeks ago thanks to Evergreen Academy’s “star student,” Ellie Sivesind.
Bryce Kasota had to duck out early from King County Executive Dow Constantine’s state of the county address on Monday.
About one year after David Tracy lost his life’s work - about 1,000 paintings - in a house fire, the Kirkland resident will have his first art show featuring the new art he’s created since.
A Lynnwood man and Kirkland area caregiver plead not guilty to a charge against him for a hit-and-run that left a Kenmore woman dead on March 14.
LifeWire, an Eastside domestic violence program, recently lost city funding after the Bothell City Council adopted the 2013-14 biennial budget on Dec. 11.
The man believed to be the "cyborg bandit" bank robber pleaded not guilty this morning at King County Superior Court.
A child sex abuse claim, which involved a Kirkland church, has been settled. A trial was scheduled to begin against the Seattle Archdiocese next Monday but the parish district settled for $635,000 on Thursday.
A once unidentified man with the monikers “Cyborg bandit" and “Elephant man” has been caught, charged and identified after a year-long investigation.
Despite the removal of more than 35,000 tons of toxic soil in 2010, the City of Bothell still has some time before the Department of Ecology deems five parcels of land in downtown Bothell as having reached proper cleanup levels.