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Kirkland-based Friends of Youth spotlights success story at annual luncheon
But when all of his belongings were stolen from his hostel room his first day in the city, he soon found himself homeless - his only possessions being what he had in his pockets at that time.
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2 hrs ago
Wave acquiring Port Angeles Capacity Provisioning
Kirkland-based WaveDivision Holdings is adding another broadband company to its expanding network of fiber-optic-cable providers running up and down the West Coast.
6 hrs ago
Studio East and StoryBook announce four new productions for spring in Kirkland
Studio East and StoryBook Theater have announced four family-friendly productions for spring in Kirkland.
7 hrs ago
Legislature passes Attorney General, Sen. Hill's Pension Poacher Prevention Act
Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Sen. Andy Hill's Pension Poacher Prevention Act passed the Legislature with strong bipartisan support on March 10. This measure addresses the growing problem of "pension poachers" who try to scam elderly veterans.
10 hrs ago
Geoffrey Castle Electrifies St. Paddy's Day
Watching someone play the violin might not strike you as the most exciting thing.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Sales tax and vehicle fee would fund transit, roads
King County will ask voters to approve a $60 vehicle license fee and 0.1 percent sales tax increase to fund transit, roads and other transportation projects.
Legislature passes Rep. Goodman-sponsored bill to protect foster children
In a unanimous vote the House passed SB 6126, which will provide at-risk youth with attorneys to help them through the foster care system.
EvergreenHealth in Kirkland selected for Harvard project
EvergreenHealth has been selected as one of just 32 national and international health care organizations to participate during the next 12 months in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement's Joint Replacement Learning Community, supported by Harvard Business School faculty.
How did 48th District representatives for Kirkland vote? | March 4-6
The following is a recap of how Kirkland legislators from the 48th District recently voted on several bills and resolutions during the 2014 session.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Montana man pleads guilty to 1996 murder of Kirkland woman
On the morning of March 7, Clifford Everell Reed, 60, stood before King County Superior Court Judge Mary I. Yu and entered the Alford plea, a plea that doesn't admit to the act but admits that the prosecution would likely prove the charge.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Tiny gowns become ‘huge gift’ for grieving families
Michelle Matthews, who works at Evergreen-Health Medical Center in Kirkland, turns donated wedding dresses into gowns for newborns who died at hospital intensive care units.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Hill's 'Kids First Act' prioritizes education as state budget grows
Sen. Andy Hill, who represents Kirkland in the 45th District, unveiled the "Kids First Act" on March 7, which would require two-thirds of state revenue growth to be devoted to education over the next ten years.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
LA Man Charged In Fraud Scheme Involving Warren Moon, Jarvis Green
Warren Moon, former NFL star quarterback, is shown here at the Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in 2006.
Former co-worker pleads guilty in 1996 slaying of Kirkland mother
A man who was extradited from Montana last year to face charges in connection with the 1996 death of a Kirkland woman pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter in King County Superior Court on Friday.
48th District Democrats to caucus on March 9
The mid-term Democratic caucus for the 48th Legislative District will be 1 p.m. Sunday, March 9 at Rose Hill Elementary School cafeteria, 8110 128th Ave. N.E., Kirkland.
Woman assaults brother for stealing money from her car | 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.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
North America's most congested metros
According to a study released by Kirkland, Wash.-based data firm INRIX, San Francisco's traffic congestion ranks at No.
City presents several Kirkland zoning options for marijuana retail regulation, public hearing
The Kirkland City Council previewed several new zoning scenarios for the location of marijuana retail within city limits at the council meeting on Tuesday.
WSU announces fall 2013 graduates from Kirkland
Mark Mitchell Atkinson, Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration; Jenelle Barkley, Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences, summa cum laude; Kristin Marie Bender, Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration; Erica Jane Hansen, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, cum laude; Michelle Marie Hanson, Bachelor of Arts in History;Lily Johanna Levitt, Bachelor ... (more)