Eastside journalist moves on after six years in field.
The scammer had been watching email communications prior to theft.
The suspect said he wanted to commit suicide by cop.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
The victims were forced to turn over their money to a suspect and were afraid to leave.
The nonprofit hopes to raise $790,000 as they celebrate 50 years in 2018.
The Oprah’s Book Club author is best known for her memoir “Wild.”
The March 14 demonstrations marked the one month anniversary of the Parkland school shooting.
Hundreds celebrate youth at annual Friends of Youth luncheon.
World Kidney Day was March 8.
For each pair of sunglasses sold, 20 trees will be planted.
Eastside legislators met to discuss issues at annual breakfast
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…
Artist Salvador Dali’s melting clocks, a ring master at a circus, and flapper girls from the 1920s.
Four members of Congress stood up on Sept. 21 to let President Donald Trump know ending the DACA program is…
A little boy sat on the gym floor, crying.
Bellevue was flushed with green on July 31.
Bryce Kasota had to duck out early from King County Executive Dow Constantine’s state of the county address on Monday.
Striking a similar resemblance to the CBS comedy “2 Broke Girls,” Lady Yum owners Megan Gordon and Shan S. Foisy are raising funds to turn the former downtown Kirkland Cefiore space into the home of their popular macarons.
About one year after David Tracy lost his life’s work – about 1,000 paintings – in a house fire, the Kirkland resident will have his first art show featuring the new art he’s created since.
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.
Kirkland native and Lake Washington High School graduate John Fiala has done a lot with his life.