Aaron Kunkler

Kirkland woman is Jill-of-all-trades

Sporting four separate business cards, Lauren Dillon-Merrill is something of a Jill-of-all-trades.

County votes to take closer look at Kirkland water taxi routes

Kirkland and Kenmore could be one step closer to getting water taxis after a Feb. 8 vote by the King County Council approved a report of three proposed routes in the county.

Local residents concerned over dwindling salmon runs to lake | Part II

Salmon runs have steadily declined in Lake Washington for nearly 40 years, a phenomenon which has not escaped researchers, ecologists and environmentalists.

The steady decline of salmon runs to Lake Washington | Part I

Salmon runs have steadily declined in Lake Washington for nearly 40 years, a phenomenon which has not escaped researchers, ecologists and environmentalists.

Low, moderate income residents feeling housing squeeze in east King

Housing in King County is in high demand and low to moderate income residents are feeling the crunch.

Report shows Washington as ninth healthiest state

Disease rates are low, heart health is improving and workplace safety is relatively high in Washington State, according to a report released Dec. 10 by the United Health Foundation.

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.