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Michelle Darnell is running for the 48th District's House Position 1 as a Libertarian against Democratic incumbent Patty Kuderer. The Reporter caught up with Darnell to talk about her platform and what inspired her to run for office.
Patty Kuderer is running as the incumbent for the 48th District House of Representatives Position 1 position as a Democrat. The Reporter caught up with her to discuss her policies, platforms and experience.
Opening statements in the trial of Burrell Michael Cushman proceeded today with the defense and prosecution outlining their cases before a 14-panel jury in King County Superior Court in Seattle.
Developers and city officials broke ground today on The Village at Totem Lake, a long awaited mixed-used development next to Interstate 405 and close to health care and transit centers in the Totem Lake neighborhood of Kirkland.
Some 500 vintage cars are expected to roll into downtown Kirkland at the end of July and genre heavyweight Larry Hanson will be on hand to host the Kirkland Classic Car Show. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on July 31.
While serving as a traffic engineer for the city of Kirkland during the past 22 years, David Godfrey has seen the city grow and he's tried to manage the pains associated with it.
University of Washington assistant professor and Kirkland resident Dr. Rashmi Sharma received the 2016 Hastings Center Cunniff-Dixon Early Career Physician Award for improving end-of-life care.
The trial of the accused killer of 28-year-old Kirkland resident Amy Hargrove began Tuesday in King County Superior Court.
The 14th annual "Party in the Park" will be returning to Bridle Trails on June 25 with activities for all ages.
Hundreds of people packed the Kirkland Performance Center auditorium May 31 to listen to a panel discussion about heroin following multiple overdoses during the past year.
The Kirkland City Council met at the second of two retreats on May 24 to discuss the 2017-2018 biennial budget, which currently has a projected deficit of $79,000.
After nearly nine years and countless shows, Kirkland's Laughs Comedy Spot will be closing its doors this weekend as the owners look to open a new club in Seattle's University District.
Last June the state legislature voted to give cities the authority to reduce buffers around retail marijuana businesses, leading the Kirkland City Council to consider reducing the 1,000-foot buffers around day cares to 100 feet.
Construction on a mixed-use development at the site of Kirkland's old Antique Mall could begin this summer, according to the developer.
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) plans on submitting permit applications with the cities of Kirkland and Redmond this summer to begin constructing a new electricity transmission line running from the Sammamish substation to the Juanita substation.
May 20 was the final day to file for public offices up for election on November's ballot. Races with more than two candidates will have a primary in August, where the top two candidates will advance to the general election.
A rhythmic thumping pulse reverberates through the trees, bouncing off the walls of the pristine valley where the Bandera State Airport sits, some 11 miles west of the Summit at Snoqualmie pass.
The day starts early for first-generation farmers Ryan and Kim Lichttenegger.
Members of the Kirkland community will be hosting an event called Operation H.O.P.E (heroin, opiate, prevention education) on May 31 at the Kirkland Performance Center from 6:15-8:45 p.m.
After three decades of business, the Trading Post post office is closing its doors for good on May 27.