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The Bothell police blotter for Oct. 2 through Oct. 4.
Microsoft co-founder, developer, and philanthropist struggled with cancer for decades
The city hosted a ribbon cutting on Oct. 4.
The focus was on education issues, including funding and preparing students for the future.
All nine justices found the use of capital punishment in Washington state unconstitutional and racially biased.
Waste Management fleet without fuel; PSE has urged customers to reduce consumption.
The National Cyber Security Alliance emphasizes prevention as cyber crime is on the rise.
Inadequate medical care plagues immigrants at facility, but ICE claims otherwise
Veterans are raising money to honor local men and women who died while serving in the military.
Community funds new welcome sign.
Vocal victims are brave, but rare. ‘We’re not in a changed world yet.’
McMenamins held its annual Oktoberfest event last weekend, but there’s more on the way.
The congresswoman will also host an “Appathon” in conjunction with the challenge on Oct. 13 and 14 and UW Bothell.
Chinook and coho salmon will be returning to their spawning grounds through early November.
With King County’s finances already stretched thin, Constantine’s budget largely maintains current services while making investments in transit, law enforcement, and juvenile justice reform.
A levy and bond on the November ballot would increase police and fire funding.
Investigators found the source of the fire but could not determined what started it.
After running as a reformer, medical issues are preventing Morris from finishing the race.
The North Urban Human Services Alliance, along with representatives from the Rotary Club of Lake Forest Park, King County Library System, the cities of Shoreline… Continue reading
The Bothell police blotter for Sept. 18 through 21.