A Victor, Mont. man pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter for the 1996 killing of a Kirkland mother.
In a unanimous vote, the House passed SB 6126, which will provide at-risk youth with attorneys to help them through the foster care system. The bill was sponsored by 45th District Rep. Roger Goodman from Kirkland.
EvergreenHealth has been selected as one of just 32 national and international health care organizations to participate during the next 12 months in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Joint Replacement Learning Community, supported by Harvard Business School faculty.
The following is a recap of how Kirkland legislators from the 45th District recently voted on several bills and resolutions (according to washingtonvotes.org) during the 2014 session.
The following is a recap of how Kirkland legislators from the 1st District recently voted on several bills and resolutions (according to washingtonvotes.org) during the 2014 session.
The following is a recap of how Kirkland legislators from the 48th District recently voted on several bills and resolutions (according to washingtonvotes.org) during the 2014 session.
I was disappointed to see the Voting Rights Act fail to advance out of the Rules Committee and onto the Senate floor. Although this ends the possibility of passing this critical piece of legislation this session, it has also revealed a growing level of support among both parties.
Executives with Prudential Real Estate Investors have partnered with Talon Private Capital, a local real estate investment firm, on the downtown Kirkland Parkplace project.
Daylight saving time took place early Sunday morning.
Sen. Andy Hill, who represents Kirkland in the 45th District, unveiled the “Kids First Act” on March 7, which would require two-thirds of state revenue growth to be devoted to education over the next ten years.
The Washington State Senate passed HB 2153, a bill guaranteeing that insurance companies cover the elemental formula necessary to feed children who suffer from a rare gastrointestinal disorder.
The Washington State Patrol is reminding drivers that state law requires them to slow down, and move left if safe, when passing emergency vehicles stopped beside the roadway.
Just one month remains in the first-ever opportunity to buy health insurance with deep federal subsidies. Anyone who is currently uninsured can get financial and health security by enrolling at the Washington Healthplanfinder website.
A tall tower, amphitheater, canopy walk and canyon. An “underworld skate and play,” rain gardens, pickle ball court and Olympic Mountain views along the way.
As the time change approaches on Sunday, March 9, the Washington State Fire Marshal’s Office reminds residents that one easy step can help save their lives – changing the batteries in their smoke alarms.
It is almost impossible not to be a consumer. Whether a purchase is made online or in a store down the street, whenever you engage in some kind of business transaction you are a consumer.
King County Sheriff's Office search and rescue crews have found the 67-year-old man who went missing at about 7 p.m. Tuesday night in the area of Northeast 116th Street and 192nd Avenue Northeast in Redmond.
The Kirkland City Council previewed several new zoning scenarios for the location of marijuana retail within city limits at the council meeting on Tuesday. The council looked at the options to prepare for a public hearing for the zoning regulations on March 18.
The following Washington State University students from Kirkland have earned undergraduate degrees for the fall 2013 semester.
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.