Hannah Saunders

Bothell spirits maker now producing hand sanitizer

Wildwood Spirits Co. has decided to give the community something it’s lacking.

 

Blood donations drop due to school closures

Bloodworks Northwest requires 1,000 donations a day to maintain a stable blood supply

 

90-year-old Life Care resident recovering after testing positive for COVID-19

Geneva Wood remains in isolation at Harborview Medical Center.

 

CDC: Life Care staff worked in multiple facilities and while symptomatic for COVID-19

Staff members assisted in spreading coronavirus throughout long-term care facilities.

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Bothell man charged with money laundering using Bitcoin

The accused came to the attention of law enforcement in April 2018.

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Bloodworks Northwest reports drop in blood donations following coronavirus outbreak

The blood bank has lost 143 donations since March 1.

Family member of Bothell high staffer tests negative for COVID-19

The school was closed on Feb. 27 and 28.

Bothell High School remains closed due to caution over potential coronavirus | UPDATE

So far there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19

Kenmore Police Department vehicles. Samantha Pak/staff photo

Two people receive life-threatening injuries after Kenmore Town Market stabbings

They were transported to Harborview Medical Center.

Kenmore Police Department vehicles. Samantha Pak/staff photo

Man yells at unoccupied Porsche | Bothell police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Feb. 12-18

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                                Dana Van Buecken and Suzan DelBene team up to combat the drug pricing issue.

Kenmore woman advocates for better drug pricing at SOTU

Rep. Suzan DelBene and Dana VanBuecken discuss drug pricing prior to the State of the Union address.

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                                Dana Van Buecken and Suzan DelBene team up to combat the drug pricing issue.
Theo Koshar, Janet McIntosh and Robin Kelley of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery work to find road drains and clear them of leaves, outside the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery in Issaquah, WA on Feb. 6, 2020. Mitchell Atencio/Staff Photo

Rapid rainfall has led to flooding, impacting all parts of King County.

County warns residents to obey barricades for safety.

Theo Koshar, Janet McIntosh and Robin Kelley of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery work to find road drains and clear them of leaves, outside the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery in Issaquah, WA on Feb. 6, 2020. Mitchell Atencio/Staff Photo