Sigi Schmid wasn't going to let a broken left fibula bring him down.
The following is a release from King County Elections:
A Kirkland house was severely damaged by a fire early this morning in the 11200 block of Northeast 92nd Street.
"Billy Elliot" has won mountains of accolades in most of its incarnations, including 10 Tony awards. But it comes with a built-in problem: The title role needs a 13-year-old with proficiency in tap, ballet, singing, stage acting and wire work.
Northwest University could have a new gymnasium pavilion and a sparkling new tennis center by 2020, according to a university master plan released as part of an open house on March 30.
Summer is typically a time for cities to begin major capital improvements, and Kirkland citizens can expect more of the same in the coming months.
A Juanita High School teacher was suspended for three days without pay after two incidents last year which involved offensive language and jokes.
King County Councilmember Claudia Balducci, who represents south Kirkland residents, is holding a community town hall event this Saturday at the Kirkland Justice Center in Kirkland.
Washington state's taxable retail sales grew 7.7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2015, reaching just over $35.9 billion. Retail trade, which is a portion of all taxable retail sales, rose 4.7 percent to a total of $16.2 billion in that same time period of Oct. 1 – Dec. 31, 2015.
Residents serviced by Northshore Utility District are drinking lead-free water the district said in a press release.
In response to Tacoma Public Utilities detecting higher than normal levels of lead in four water samples taken from homes built between 1900 and 1945 using galvanized steel service lines, Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), which supplies Kirkland's water source, confirms water continues to be safe to drink.
The Lake Washington School District bond of $398 million to reduce overcrowding and enhance aging facilities is passing with 65.4 percent of the vote, according to the first vote totals released by King County Elections on Tuesday.
Local elected officials and transportation agency representatives from the Interstate 405 and State Route 167 corridor will reconvene as the Executive Advisory Group from 9-11 a.m. tomorrow in Kirkland's Heritage Hall.
The Kirkland Fire Department donated dozens of air packs, cylinders and masks to the international nonprofit Firefighters Crossing Borders on April 15.
The City of Kirkland has contracted with a research firm to conduct the City's biennial community survey.
The Lake Washington Schools Foundation raised around $220,000 at the annual foundation luncheon at the Marriott Redmond Town Center on Wednesday, April 20, in Redmond.
Though relatively little Tempranillo is planted in the Pacific Northwest, the red Spanish variety is finding a lot of love with winemakers, grape growers and wine lovers alike.
Registration has opened for the 2016 EvergreenHealth 7 Hills of Kirkland Cycling to End Homelessness event on Memorial Day, May 30.
Despite what Sound Transit and government entities might say, light rail is not the answer of the future, according to Bellevue developer Kemper Freeman.
The following is a release from the Washington State Department of Transportation: