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Bellevue, Washington is located in King County. Zip codes in Bellevue, WA include 98008, 98004, and 98015. The median home price in Bellevue is $675,000 which is roughly $291/per square foot. More Bellevue information.

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Friday Sep 12 | Patch.com

Burlington Police Lieutenant Lectures at International Crime Analyst Convention

Burlington Police Chief Michael R. Kent is pleased to announce that Lieutenant Glen Mills is slated to be a featured lecturer at two major crime analysis conventions this fall. All week, Lieutenant Mills has been in Bellevue, Wash., at the International Association of Crime Analysts' 24th Annual Conference to give two presentations to more than 400 students from around the world on two developing and relatively new types of crime analysis.

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Friday Sep 12 | Kirkland Reporter

Woman hits husband with cooking pan after being slapped | 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.

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Friday Sep 12 | Bellevue Reporter

UP for Rotary park project, more ozone to protect us | Editorial

UP for the Rotary Club of Bellevue for reaching its funding milestone of $1.8 million for the Inspiration Playground at Bellevue's Downtown Park. The park will offer sensory-rich play and equipment that allows children with disabilities to interact with their peers.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Bellevue Reporter

Kirkland man charged with second degree kidnapping had problem in Bellevue court

A 26-year-old Kirkland man was formally charged with Second Degree Kidnapping on Wednesday in King County Superior Court in connection with an incident at Marina Park in Kirkland. Artom G. Katkoff was found to have a history of mental-health issues and prosecutors are asking for $150,000 bail.

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Bellevue Reporter

Red Lion in contract to be sold

After nearly two months on the market, Kidder Mathews has confirmed the Red Lion Hotel Bellevue is in contract to be sold. The two-story Main Street hotel, built in 1969, offers 181 rooms and 5,700 square feet of meeting space.

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Beverage Industry

Wholesaler of the Year: The Odom Corp.

With a distribution territory that spans parts of Washington state, Idaho, Oregon and all of Alaska, one might wonder how The Odom Corp., Bellevue, Wash., has excelled throughout the years while dealing with factors like challenging weather climates and a broad territorial footprint. "The Odom Corp. has always operated in challenging geographical environments," says Adam Hilpert, chief revenue officer for The Odom Corp. "Alaska was the original platform for the company's growth, and servicing the needs of our customers across a state that has over 600,000 square miles - with extreme weather conditions - can be incredibly difficult.

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Patch.com

New Restaurant/Bar Opening Friday at Assembly Row

The restaurant, at 698 Assembly Row, is the first Earls in the Northeast. Earls already has 59 locations in Canada and five in the United States - however, it remains family owned.

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Outpatient Surgery Magazine

The Surgeons' Lounge: Doctor With a Dark Side?

Eric Jay Smith, MD, an anesthesiologist from Bellevue, Wash., allegedly led a double life, sedating patients during the day and running a high-end residential brothel at night. Investigators say Dr. Smith made thousands of dollars by bringing women from Southeast Asia to suburban Seattle and placing them in luxury apartments to work as prostitutes, according to an affidavit filed in federal court July 18. Charges have yet to be filed against Dr. Smith, though he remains under investigation, says a spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's office in Seattle.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Seattle Times

Woman critically injured in Bellevue hit-and-run

A woman was critically injured after she was struck by a Porsche Cayenne in Bellevue Wednesday afternoon, police said. A pedestrian was critically injured after she was hit by a car that initially stopped but then drove off in Bellevue on Wednesday afternoon, police said.

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Seattle Times

$15 wage marchers cross from Seattle to Bellevue; rallies planned this afternoon

About 100 fast-food workers and supporters rallied at an overlook park above Interstate 90 over the noon hour Wednesday as part of an effort to bring the fight for a $15 an hour minimum wage from Seattle to Bellevue . The group was heading across Lake Washington on the I-90 bridge in early afternoon, with plans to rally again briefly at Enatai Park in Bellevue about 2:45 p.m. before dividing up to stage protests at fast food locations in Factoria, Eastgate and the Bellevue Square area about 4:30 p.m., according to a spokesman for Working Washington, a union-backed group organizing the protest.

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Bellevue Reporter

Police seeking ID of forgery suspect

Bellevue Police are attempting to identify the woman in this still grab from security footage at the Aurora North Bank of America branch in Shoreline. The woman is alleged to have forged and cashed a check stolen from a residential mailbox in Bellevue.

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Sulekha.com

shefali offered a Single Room in Bellevue, WA

Single girl looking to share a large, spacious and airy apartment with another girl. Easy access to 520 and 405 and a 5 minute walk to the bus stop.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Bellevue Reporter

Rotary hits funding milestone for Inspiration Playground

Washington Rep. Cyrus Habib lost his sight when he was eight years old while attending Somerset Elementary in Bellevue. As a child, he said he wanted to play on the jungle gym as much as any 8-year-old.

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Kirkland Reporter

PSE hosting more Energize Eastside open houses

Puget Sound Energy will host another round of open houses for its Energize Eastside project next week, including one in Bellevue on Thursday, Sept. 11. PSE is about two-thirds of the way through its community outreach goals for the project, and citizen advisory committees have reduced the number of routes being considered to run 230kV lines between Redmond and Renton down from 18 to 11. The lines could also run through neighborhoods in Kirkland.

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Bellevue Reporter

Two bus routes that serve Bellevue on Metro's February chopping block

Planned for elimination is bus route 271 from the Eastgate Park-and-Ride east to Issaquah. The route currently runs from Seattle's University District to Bellevue and on to Issaquah.

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City of Bellevue

Bellevue snags another performance management award

The city continues to garner recognition for its work in the area of performance management. The International City/County Management Association recently awarded Bellevue a certificate of excellence from the organization's Center for Performance Analytics.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Customers of Middle Eastern descent puzzled after banks close accounts

From Washington state to Florida, the letters from banks have turned up in the mailboxes of at least a dozen people. In each case, the message says: Your bank account is being closed.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

Bellevue Reporter

Aki Matsuri Japanese fall festival returns

The 2014 Aki Matsuri Japanese fall festival is underway at Bellevue College today and Sunday. Presented by the Eastside Nihon Matsuri Association, the festival includes martial arts exhibitions, dancing, drums, manga exchanges and bonsai tree workshops, all in an effort to build community relationships on the Eastside by bettering people's understanding of Japanese culture.

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Bellevue Reporter

PSE hosting more Energize Eastside open houses

Puget Sound Energy will host another round of open houses for its Energize Eastside project next week, including one in Bellevue on Thursday, Sept. 11. PSE is about two-thirds of the way through its community outreach goals for the project, and citizen advisory committees have reduced the number of routes being considered to run 230kV lines between Redmond and Renton down from 18 to 11. Energize Eastside Senior Project Manager Jens Nedrud said all have their challenges and tradeoffs.

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Bellevue Reporter

RE/MAX Pacific opens Main Street office

RE/MAX Pacific Realty has opened a new office on Main Street, which includes three associates, with plans for three more to serve the residential and commercial market. The office will focus on the residential luxury market and international investors on the Eastside.

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