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District-wide closures can be complicated due to LWSD’s 76-square-mile footprint and varying microclimates.
Fresh to the Kirkland City Council, Black has roots in law and Houghton Community Council.
Woodinville approved the contract in September.
Construction at 100th Avenue Northeast planned to begin next summer.
Joint effort to curb unwanted harassment proves successful.
Kirkland Animal Services took over city-wide licensing in January and is asking locals to renew.
The Washington State Patrol asked locals for any information to identify the vehicle and suspect.
The sheriff’s discipline comes as the result of violent off-duty behavior.
County health officials urge anyone who may have been exposed to the bat to seek treatment.
Students voted last June 7 and June 11 to keep the current mascot.
There were no injuries as the suspect attacked the victim with a machete and rifle while the victim defended himself with a pistol.
Holiday stories from stages in Bellevue, Seattle, and throughout King County.
Holiday cheer for your ears.
Bazzars, pop-ups, and retail events from Seattle to Bellevue and beyond.
Lights, boats, and Santas run amok!
The Kirkland Winterfest Holiday Tree Lighting and Music Festival will be held from 2-6 p.m. on Sunday at Marin Park in downtown Kirkland. The event is presented by the Kirkland Downtown Association.
Here is a list of a few Halloween events taking place in kirkland this weekend, starting today.
A Kirkland resident was sentenced to ten years in prison and ten years of supervised release on March 13 in U.S. District Court in Seattle after being caught with images of children being raped and molested. The collection is believed to be one of the largest ever seized in Western Washington.
Check out old photos of fly fishing and you'll see it: a couple of guys by the water casting their lines. After all, it was a man's sport. Forty years ago a group of people in Bellevue changed all that.
The Metropolitan King County Council unanimously approved its first biennial budget on Nov. 18, which provides funding to keep the doors open at their public health clinic in Northshore until December 2015.