After sweeping through the regular season competition, the Lake Washington High School gymnastics team topped all at the 2A/3A KingCo championships on Saturday at Bellevue High School.
Fels, an artist based out of North Bend, learned about his father’s part in the resupply campaign over the Himalayas in 2008, while working in Southern India.
King County Executive Dow Constantine announced a series of actions to confront homelessness and create additional affordable housing, building on the work he's already done since declaring a state of emergency in November.
According to a press release from the Redmond Police Department (RPD) that Redmond Middle School is currently on modified lockdown due to a reported threat.
Patricia M. “Pat” Nixon, mother of Kirkland city council member Toby Nixon, passed away Feb. 1 after a long illness. She was 80.
Columbia Crest, owned by Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, is a remarkable winery in the tiny community of Paterson, Wash., overlooking the Columbia River.
Juanita High School and Redmond High School will open on normal schedules on Monday. Futures School, located at Juanita High School, will also be open.
Lots of people love to talk. Student Marlene Pierce knows how to do it well.
Classes at Juanita High School have been cancelled for Friday after vague threats were left in the girl’s bathroom Tuesday.
Drivers on Interstate 405 between Kirkland and Bothell should prepare for possible delays Sunday evening, Feb. 7, to Monday morning, Feb. 8.
Kirkland Police reported a car flipped over on Northeast 120th Place just north of 98th Avenue Northeast Friday morning.
An independent expert review panel for Sound Transit’s Phase 3 Planning for the Regional Transit Long-Range Plan will meet Feb. 8–9 in Seattle to review key methodologies, correspondence from local cities and financial planning.
Although the receiver handling Potala Village has called for selling the Kirkland-based project, along with others owned by an Everett-based developer accused by fraud, it continues to move forward with the city’s design review board process.
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.
The Kirkland City Council approved a resolution authorizing the use of eminent domain to acquire four properties adjacent to the proposed site for the new Fire Station 24, though the city may not have to actually use it.
More than 500 Lake Washington School District orchestra students from elementary to high school age took part in the district’s I “Heart” Strings event, packing the Redmond Middle School gymnasium on Jan. 28.
Now that the city of Kirkland and other Eastside cities have sent letters to Sound Transit expressing their support for rapid transit on the Cross Kirkland Corridor (CKC), the organized opposition has its own action.
As the presidential candidates fight for their respective party’s nomination, a Kirkland student is among the reporters covering the campaign.
The House of Representatives passed the Washington Voting Rights Act on Thursday. The legislation, modeled after the iconic civil rights era federal law, would provide and easier and swifter path to justice for individuals who have been shut out of their local elections.
King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division will do its part to support regional environmental priorities in 2016 by investing more than $196.8 million in dozens of vital sewer improvement projects.