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A proposal by state Sen. Steve Litzow, R-Mercer Island, to transform the state's most persistently failing schools has been signed by Gov.
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The Department of Labor & Industries has fined Wade's Eastside Gun Shop, Inc. in Bellevue $23,480 for exposing workers to health hazards caused by lead exposure.
Dr. Fredric Stern, medical director of The Stern Center for Aesthetic Surgery in Bellevue, Washington has been selected by Sciton as a clinical investigator, and trainer for CelluSmoothTM.
The City Council reviewed progress on work to update Bellevue's Comprehensive Plan and provided direction for the city's most important long-range planning effort.
The Daily Troll: Sacramento ready to take victory lap. Lone School Board candidate, so far.
The Bellevue Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of this year's Eastside Business Awards on Monday, May 6. Businesses were recognized for their commitment to community, innovation and quality.
The Bellevue City Council voted 6-0 on May 6 to advocate at the state Legislature for a "local option" to fund transit, but only if the funding alternative is decided on by voters.
The City Council took time Monday, May 6, to recognize a half dozen Bellevue Parks & Community Services projects and individuals who received awards for outstanding achievements in the field of parks and recreation.
PRESS RELEASE: Team meetings of three members of the county council and the county administrator did not violate the Open Public Meetings Act, said Island County Superior Court Judge Alan R. Hancock.
An off-duty volunteer firefighter is being credited with saving the life of a heart attack victim at the Main Street LA Fitness on Sunday.
Bellevue Mayor Conrad Lee accepts a plaque from an Australian class member of the National Defense University during the tour of Republic Services' recycling facility.
Cascade Bicycle Club's annual Bike to Work Day is just a few days away, and organizers are gearing up for another big turnout.
Bellevue residents can weigh in on designs and names of the stations of Sound Transit's East Link project at upcoming meetings in downtown and South Bellevue.
University of Washington engineers and NanoFacture , a Bellevue, Wash., company, have created a device that can extract human DNA from fluid samples in a simpler, more efficient and environmentally friendly way than conventional methods.