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Patty Kuderer is seeking to defend her position as the state’s 48th Legislative District senator after she was appointed to the position after previous state… Continue reading
Mason Bernardo stood on stage to read a message he wishes he had written to himself several years earlier, when he was still identifying as… Continue reading
Seattle, and the rest of the country, finds itself in interesting times. Part of those times includes a marked uptick in hate crimes and “bias-related”… Continue reading
Impressing the Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce isn’t an easy feat. So the rousing applause for 19-year-old Jonny Netz after his presentation at the Chamber… Continue reading
The Metropolitan King County Council passed the Eastside Rail Corridor’s Trail Master Plan this week, taking the next step in making the trail system a… Continue reading
While a thousand little things are on the minds of Washington state legislators, one massive subject looms over all others: How are we going to… Continue reading
Changes could be coming for one of the Eastside’s largest organizations helping the homeless. The Sophia Way, a nonprofit that specializes in helping homeless women,… Continue reading
Kirkland's quickly-expanding BitTitan announced last week that it was moving operations to Bellevue by spring 2017.
Despite what Sound Transit and government entities might say, light rail is not the answer of the future, according to Bellevue developer Kemper Freeman.
It was a chaotic scene this weekend as 25,000-30,000 people swarmed the new State Route 520 bridge across Lake Washington, nearly overloading the brand new, more than $4 billion project.
Later this year, Youth Eastside Services will unveil its new infant and toddler services to continue its mission to assist the mental well being of youth in the area.
An Eastside 911 dispatcher is the latest to be charged with a sex crime in relation to a busted sex-trafficking ring.
By the time Justin Webb finished his speech at the Friends of Youth luncheon in Downtown Bellevue, he was shaky but grateful for the opportunity to speak.