Allison Deangelis

Many illegal marijuana growers from last two years not charged with crime

Every year, police and fire departments across the region uncover illegal marijuana growing operations that cause large fires and contribute to the black market. However,… Continue reading


King County organizations combat apartment evictions that lead to homelessness

Each year, thousands of low-income individuals go to the Housing Justice Project for help fighting apartment evictions. Most are facing homelessness if they lose their… Continue reading


Overlake, Evergreen collaboration will help with health care costs

Two heads are better than one. The Eastside’s two major hospitals are doing just that, melding their brains and resources for a collaboration that will… Continue reading


Police crack largest burglary ring case in Eastside’s history

A prolific burglary ring that targeted expensive King County homes and stole close to $3 million in property was busted earlier this week as the… Continue reading

Kirkland family suing Department of Corrections for daughter’s death

The Kirkland parents of a woman who was killed by a man who had mistakenly been released early from prison announced Tuesday that they are… Continue reading

Kuderer replaces Cyrus Habib in WA Senate

Eastside legislator Patty Kuderer will be moving from the House to the Senate next week, having been named the replacement for former-state senator and new… Continue reading

Scenes from Election Night 2016

A selection of photos from the Washington State Democrats election party, during which the crowd celebrated wins for Governor Inslee, Sen. Patty Murray, Lt. Governor-elect… Continue reading

Murder of Kirkland man solved 51 years later

After more than 50 years, Lee Sundholm has found closure now that the Bellevue Police Department has solved his brother's 1965 murder — the city's first homicide and oldest cold case.

Kirkland resident takes part in firefighting camp for women

A young woman chips away at a windshield with an ax while her fellow "firefighters" use the jaws of life to pry open a car door and rescue the imaginary passenger inside. Across the way, another group was rappelling three stories down the side of the Bellevue Fire Department's training building while three girls cheered on a teammate climbing a six-story tall ladder next to them.

AG office’s advice ‘failed the people of Washington’ | Ferguson releases report on office’s role in early release of inmates

A state lawyer's advice not to manually calculate prison releases in light of technical issues — which led to the early release of 3,000 inmates, one of whom killed a Bellevue woman at a time when he should have been incarcerated — "failed the people of Washington and our client, the Department of Corrections," Attorney General Bob Ferguson said in an investigative report of his office released on April 7.

  • Apr 13, 2016

Eastside Narcotics Task Force disbanding

After 25 years of work combatting drug-related crimes, the Eastside Narcotics Task Force will be disbanding in June.

Eastside sees ‘significant’ increase in homeless

The number of homeless people in King County, especially those without any shelter, continues to increase, according to data collected during the annual One Night Count.

Eastside sees ‘significant’ increase in homeless population

The number of homeless people in King County, especially those without any shelter, continues to increase, according to data collected during the annual One Night Count.

Kirklander enters Super Bowl ad competition

Local senior thespians went wild with a male stripper in a Kirkland filmmaker’s submission for Doritos’ 2016 Super Bowl commercial contest.

Police say they have new information in Metalwala case

Four years after his disappearance, the Bellevue Police Department is continuing the search for Sky Metalwala, and may have new information to work with.