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Kenmore woman arrested after trying to get deputies to kill her

What county deputies believe was an attempted suicide-by-cop resulted in the arrest of one 52-year-old Kenmore woman on charges of second-degree assault last month.

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.

Northshore paraeducators underpaid, rally for increased wages

A study commissioned by the state legislature in 2011 and completed by the Compensation Technical Working Group looked at wages for educators in the state. It found that compared to other school districts, Northshore’s pay rates were substantially below other districts in the area for support staff, particularly Seattle’s.

Police continue to search for missing Bothell man, Seattle firefighter

Investigators continue to search for missing Bothell man and Seattle firefighter Joshua Ryan Milton after he went missing last Thursday afternoon and his car was found near Deception Pass Saturday.

More than 19,000 residents sign petition against I-405 tolls

More than 19,000 people have signed an online petition calling for the elimination of toll lanes on Interstate 405.

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.

Adversity sparks profit-turning Lego business for Bothell couple

Just Playing Around Toys is open Wednesday through Friday from 3 to 8 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located at 21926 7th Place West, Bothell.

Bitcoin security is what Bothell’s KeepKey aims for

Bitcoins were developed in the late 2000s, with it’s first actual transaction occurring after a programmer offered to purchase a $25 pizza on a Bitcoin forum with 10,000 Bitcoins.

Kenmore woman arrested after trying to get deputies to kill her

What county deputies believe was an attempted suicide-by-cop resulted in the arrest of one 52-year-old Kenmore woman on charges of second-degree assault last month.

Many religions celebrate during holiday season

The American holiday season has traditionally been marked by Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year’s celebrations, but many other religions and traditions celebrate holidays, festivals and host practices as well.

Kenmore Community Club could undertake $20,000 remodel

If approved by the King County Council, the Kenmore Community Club could receive a $10,000 grant from funds originally slated to pay off the Kingdome in Seattle.

Longtime Bothell business owners set to retire, closing clothing store

Since 1979, Paul Richards Desilet and his wife Cathy have owned and operated Paul Richards Clothing in downtown Bothell. In the process they have become a beloved community staple.

City of Bothell looks to sell more downtown property

New condominiums could be on the way for Bothell along State Route 522 in a land sale between the city and Windward Real Estate.

Bothell mayor’s development company pre-applies for Wayne development permit

A development group, with which Bothell mayor Joshua Freed is involved, has begun the pre-application process to allow development of 50 houses on the back nine of Wayne Golf Course, a proposal which has caused unease in the Bothell community.

North Creek neighbors feel disenfranchised, worried about area development

Austin said it’s gotten so bad, he’s started calling their neighborhood ‘Little Chechnya,’ drawing a comparison between their fight with county officials to the Russian invasion of Chechnya in the mid-1990s, where one of the war’s justifications was to save Chechnya from itself.

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.

Kenmore council, residents question PSE over duration and impact of November outage

City officials expressed frustration at their inability to fix the problem since PSE owns the infrastructure. PSE is responsible for keeping lines clear and placement of damaged lines.

Bothell police respond to DUI crash and welfare check turned suicide

Yesterday was a busy day for the Bothell Police Department as they responded to a morning intoxicated driving crash, as well as a welfare check turned suicide investigation later in the day.

City of Bothell looks to sell more downtown property

New condominiums could be on the way for Bothell along State Route 522 in a land sale between the city and Windward Real Estate.

Upcoming holiday events in Kenmore and Bothell

This holiday season there’s an assortment of festivities and events around Northshore to keep the whole family entertained.