Juanita High School senior Rachel Sibley waved a picket sign that read “We support you, Jeff” as she sat atop a student’s shoulders. The principal and an official with the Lake Washington School District looked on as more students joined the crowd out on the football field.
Kirkland and Seattle police seized some electronics from a Kirkland home Tuesday morning that police believe may contain child pornography.
The $600 million Powerball jackpot held May 18 was record breaking. It drew millions of people trying to beat the odds to become a multimillionaire.
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.
After being reported missing by her stepfather, a teenage girl was found unconscious on the floor of a Kirkland Starbucks’ bathroom two weeks ago. It was her second suicide attempt in three months.
A teenage girl hung out of the passenger window of a Ford Bronco as red streaks dripped down the door.
Four hundred baseballs, 126 baseball bats, 47 helmets, 46 pairs of gloves and 15 catcher’s masks are piled to one side of the Goldstein’s garage in the Norkirk neighborhood.
Eight candidates have filed for the five open Kirkland City Council positions this week during the King County candidate filing period.
The Kirkland Reporter earned three awards at the Society of Professional Journalists’ Northwest Excellence in Journalism gala Saturday in Seattle.
A Kirkland woman with cerebral palsy will begin her 300-mile wheelchair odyssey in her hometown on June 8.
A Seattle couple who police believe are behind 100 crimes - including a Kirkland condo burglary - pleaded not guilty to several charges in King County Superior Court this month.
Pamela Ridgway is a three-time breast cancer survivor. First diagnosed in 1994, her mission ever since has been to increase awareness, funding and support within the community.
A North Bend family, defending themselves from the second home invasion attack in 12 hours, stabbed and killed an intruder in their home in the 10100 block of 420th Avenue Southeast early Monday morning.
Coming home from an exhausting day of work, Microsoft engineer Mike Wall often found himself listening to music for relaxation, focus and healing. Not only was it a way to relieve stress, but over time it evolved into his true passion. The desire to heal himself and others with sound eventually drove Wall to leave his work and change career paths.
Firefighters responded to a residential fire in the Juanita neighborhood on Tuesday after hearing reports of explosions.
About 100 Kirkland business owners, city officials and interested citizens rushed through morning traffic to get to the Eastside Tennis Center in Totem Lake on Tuesday.
King County Superior Court judge Monica Benton ruled on May 9 that the city of Kirkland must process the Potala Village developer’s building permit application per February 2011 zoning laws, when the Shoreline Substantial Development application was originally filed.
Between May 3-9, the Kirkland Police Department reported 578 traffic violations (nine DUIs), 16 school zone traffic violations, 10 animal calls, 39 alarm calls, 22 noise complaints,
All King County and city residents can safely dispose of old car batteries, oil, paint thinner and many other household hazardous items
Five candidates have filed for the five open Kirkland City Council positions so far this week during the King County candidate filing period.