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For three decades, AFIS has helped law enforcement solve thousands of cases.
YES celebrates 50 years of providing youth and family behavioral health services.
The Kirkland police blotter for Oct. 25 through Nov. 1.
Sky has been missing since Nov. 6, 2011 and turned 9 years old on Sept. 2.
Max Earl scores with Kangs.
Protesters across the nation respond to former Attorney General Jeff Session’s resignation.
NU partners with National Autonomous University of Mexico to discuss U.S.-Mexico relations
VALA Eastside makes Kirkland its permanent home.
The theme of the document is keeping Kirkland “safe, sustainable, connected.”
I-1631 campaign organizers say they will continue pushing for a cleaner future.
The commission met on Nov. 8 to discuss potential changes.
Preliminary tallies are in for the state’s four initiatives.
Legislative District 48 race. Results are preliminary.
The sales tax increase for police services and community safety was passing as of election night.
Derek Stanford and Shelley Kloba were successful in their re-election bids.
Dhingra, Goodman and Springer earned about two thirds of the vote.
As of election night, incumbent Suzan DelBene was leading with 69 percent of the vote, to Jeffrey Beeler’s 31 percent.
The Kirkland police blotter for Oct. 18 through 23.
The city anticipates the shelter for families and women to be completed in 2020.
Washington, along with 20 other states, will no longer sentence juveniles to life without parole.