Aaron Kunkler

Northshore Utility District says water lead-free in north Kirkland

Residents serviced by Northshore Utility District are drinking lead-free water the district said in a press release.

  • Apr 27, 2016

Kirkland firefighters help to save lives beyond US borders

The Kirkland Fire Department donated dozens of air packs, cylinders and masks to the international nonprofit Firefighters Crossing Borders on April 15.

  • Apr 25, 2016

Two brothers sought for murder of Arlington couple

Two brothers are on the run and are being sought by law enforcement for the murders of an Arlington couple.

  • Apr 19, 2016

Petition started to change Kirkland to a strong mayor form of government

A petition to place a measure on the November ballot calling for the city of Kirkland to switch from a council and city manager form of government to a strong mayor system has started.

  • Apr 14, 2016

Students, parents rally for LWSD bond

Students and parents rallied Wednesday morning at the corner of 6th Street and Northeast 85th Street in support of a nearly $400 million bond to rebuild and enlarge Juanita High School and other projects.

  • Apr 12, 2016

Kirkland Councilwoman Shelley Kloba to run for state representative

Kirkland City Council member Shelley Kloba will run for a seat in the state House of Representatives this year.

  • Apr 12, 2016

Cpt. Cherie Harris prepares for new job as Kirkland Chief of Police

Recruiting new officers, utilizing social media and tackling burglaries are all high priorities for the newly selected Kirkland Chief of Police, Cpt. Cherie Harris.

  • Apr 11, 2016

Kirkland couple takes trip of a lifetime… on TV show

A Kirkland couple recently took the trip of a lifetime, and unlike most trips seen only on social media to friends and family, this trip was nationally televised.

Local doctor’s medical license restricted by DOH for over prescribing medication

A Bothell doctor's medical license has been summarily restricted by the Washington State Department of Health relating to allegations that he improperly prescribed more controlled substances than any other doctor in the state, according to a press release from the Department of Health.