At least one of the suspects in an alleged sexual assault incident at Juanita High School is now attending another high school in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) despite being placed on emergency expulsion at the Kirkland school.
Gov. Jay Inslee says the state needs to invest $2.3 billion to meet its commitment to students, families and educators.
The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical round-up of all calls to the Kirkland Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Kirkland Reporter police blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kirkland, which average about 1,000 per week.
American households toss out 25 percent of the food and drink they buy, adding up to more than $130 every month, and that number rises even higher during the holidays.
KOMO is reporting that a flu outbreak at Eastside Preparatory School in Kirkland has forced the school to close today and tomorrow. The school will remain closed for the next two weeks for winter break.
State Rep. Larry Springer D-Kirkland of the 45th District has been elected deputy majority leader of the Democratic Caucus in the state House, which will focus on business outreach and engagement.
Puget Sound Energy wants to make it easier for its electric customers to upgrade to a fast home charger to save energy, and help PSE plan for more electric vehicles in our area.
In a scathing letter, the Kirkland firefighters union rejected a proposed domestic violence resolution with the city of Kirkland, lambasted Kirkland City Manager Kurt Triplett for not taking stronger action against some of its members and announced its opposition to the proposed construction of a new fire station.
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc. (RES Americas) have signed agreements to cooperate on launching an innovative battery storage project in Whatcom County that could pave the way for larger scale efforts in PSE’s service territory.
ARLINGTON – "The World's Friendliest Casino" at Angel of the Winds north of Arlington now has "The World's Friendliest Hotel."
The Metropolitan King County Council today accepted the report prepared by the task force created to examine ways of increasing awareness of options available for parents to legally and safely give up a newborn.
A Woodinville man accused of walking away from a car crash in September that killed a Kenmore man in Kirkland walked away from his court date last week.
The House Democratic Caucus approved the committee chairs and vice chairs for the upcoming legislative session on Dec. 10.
Following a national search, King County Executive Dow Constantine accepted the recommendation of a public defense advisory board and named Lorinda Youngcourt as King County’s first Public Defender under a new organizational structure approved by voters.
In preparation of the upcoming biennial budget, Ross Hunter, D-Medina, met with Bellevue residents to discuss the doom and gloom ahead.
Gov. Jay Inslee will hold a town hall in Bellevue on Monday, Dec. 15, where he will release details of his education plan.
The Community Advisory Group working on Puget Sound Energy’s Energize Eastside transmission line upgrade project has made their final route recommendation.
Rep. Ross Hunter of Medina will again head the key budget-writing efforts of the majority House Democrats in the 2015 Legislature, serving as chair of the Appropriations Committee. Hunter represents Kirkland from the 48th District.
Commuters should expect traffic delays due to the 12K’s of Christmas Holiday Run to be held at Heritage Park on Dec. 21.
Anyone who attended the Kirkland Artwalk on Park Lane tonight probably saw Kathy Feek.