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Auditor’s office seeking $700,000 from Washington Legislature
Cutting corporate tax loopholes, exercising fiscal discipline, creating a public infrastructure bank and providing more choice schools were the ideas Eastside Senatorial candidates presented on… Continue reading
Kirkland Art Center’s Cirque du Surreal celebrates the imagination this October | The Eastside Scene
Artist Salvador Dali’s melting clocks, a ring master at a circus, and flapper girls from the 1920s. Cirque du Surreal is coming to town. The… Continue reading
Four members of Congress stood up on Sept. 21 to let President Donald Trump know ending the DACA program is not only cruel, but stupid.… Continue reading
A little boy sat on the gym floor, crying. He continued to have what his mother, co-owner of We Rock the Spectrum, called a “meltdown”… Continue reading
Bellevue was flushed with green on July 31. Several state environmental groups and residents across the county packed Bellevue City Hall’s council chambers during a… Continue reading
The long-time Albertsons in Kirkland’s Juanita neighborhood will close mid-October, leaving many out of work or forced to relocate to another store. The nearest Albertsons is in Woodinville.
Man arrested for carving gashes in parents’ front door and threatening to kill them | Kirkland Police Blotter
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.
Firefighters responded to a residential fire in the Juanita neighborhood on Tuesday after hearing reports of explosions.
Vice chair of the Evergreen Healthcare Foundation Kinnon W. Williams is taking on longtime incumbent Rebecca Hirt for the EvergreenHealth board
Kirkland resident Tracy Borders was inspired to turn trash into art while sailing around the islands of Croatia four years ago.
Within the last month, the Kirkland Police Department has received more than 100 fraud reports from Kirkland residents - the highest amount in years.
Emmy Award winning meteorologist Chris Warren is the first in 12 years to be inducted into the Kirkland Plaza of Champions.
State patrol seeks hit-and-run vehicle, witnesses to car crash that caused woman injuries in Kirkland
The Washington State Patrol is investigating an I-405 hit-and-run that left one woman with non-life-threatening internal injuries on Sunday.
A 44-year-old man from Vancouver, Wash. died Friday afternoon on Interstate 405 at exit 18 in Kirkland.
Prosecutors sentenced an Everett man to six years of prison time for robbing the Totem Lake Wells Fargo Bank in 2012.
Editor's note: Lydia Taggart was found “safe and sound” at 4:15 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 18 in Kirkland. Police found her at a Kirkland home and she was soon reunited with her family at the Kirkland Police Department. Her family said they are overwhelmed and extremely thankful to the friends and extended community who reached out with words of encouragement and support during their crisis.
Between Dec. 6-13, the Kirkland Police Department reported 587 traffic violations, 25 car accidents, 42 alarm calls, four assaults (11 domestic violence), 20 thefts, 12 cases of fraud, 12 vehicle prowls,
The Washington State Liquor Control Board recently announced Kirkland is allowed only two marijuana retail outlet stores within city boundaries and appropriate zones.
After attending Lego KidsFest in Portland, Ore. with her two children, event organizer Bekki Jo Kahler thought she could bring the popular Lego trend to Kirkland.