13 hrs ago
PSE plan for Eastside: 18 miles of new, high-capacity power lines
Rapidly increasing electricity demand on the Eastside means it's time for a major expansion of transmission lines, Puget Sound Energy announced Wednesday.
18 hrs ago
Gypsy Jazz' Artists Back on Northwest Tour, Thanks to Oregon Senator
Sen. Jeff Merkley's office has snatched victory from the jaws of defeat for one small music promotion business in Portland struggling to bring a prestigious "Gypsy jazz" guitarist on a Northwest tour.
The News Tribune
State community college board considers adding more bachelor's degree programs
The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges will meet for two days this week at Pierce College in Puyallup.
Former Bellevue nurse charged with drug tampering
A nurse who worked at plastic surgery clinics in Bellevue and Kirkland was recently charged for tampering with painkillers and stimulants - an alleged act that caused a patient on an operating table to have a seizure as if in a "possessed" state.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
North King County
Enter the Reporter's contest for the best 12th Man in Bothell and Kenmore
The Seahawks continue to prove they are the best team in the NFL. But the real question is who can prove they are the best 12th Send us a photo showing your support for the Seahawks by dressing up in your Hawks gear, decorating your house, yard or even your car.
Two marijuana business owners submit license applications for Kirkland
Two applicants have filed for a marijuana retail license with the intent of putting a pot shop in the Market neighborhood of Kirkland.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Kirkland Choral Society begins 25th anniversary season with Welcome All Wonders
From left, Skip Osteyee and Lari Logsdon, both of Bothell, and Paul Smetko, of Kenmore, rehearse with the Kirkland Choral Society for the "Welcome All Wonders" holiday performance at Bastyr University Chapel tonight at 7:30 p.m. The Kirkland Choral Society is celebrating their silver anniversary this season.
City officials help promote Small Business Saturday in downtown Kirkland
Kirkland Mayor Joan McBride and council members Toby Nixon, Dave Asher, Amy Walen and Deputy Doreen Marchione participated, along with small business owners.
Kirkland water main break floods downtown Kirkland on Friday
Kirkland firefighters and public works officials responded to a water main break on Friday evening that caused thousands of gallons of water to spill from a water main around downtown Kirkland.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Water main break in Kirkland, Wash. floods streets
KOMO-TV reports the break occurred at about 7 p.m. at Third Avenue and Fifth Street, about two blocks from city hall.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Federal Way Mirror
Carrie Rodriguez named new Mirror editor
For the last 7.5 years, Andy Hobbs has anchored the editor's desk at the Mirror.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The News Tribune
Work begins next week on downtown Tacoma's new YMCA
The University Y is a $20 million, three-story facility on the corner of South 17th and Market streets, across from the Court 17 apartments.
Kirkland man sentenced to 10 years in prison for trying to rape girlfriend's daughter
A Kirkland man caught trying to arrange the rape of his girlfriend's daughter during a police sting last year was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Journal of the San Juans
Former Orcas Island 21-year-old pleads guilty to rape
A 21-year-old Kirkland man faces up to five years in prison on two separate sex crimes after admitting that he raped two teenage girls in the haze of a late-night alcohol-fueled party in Eastsound a year ago in mid-October.
Brighten the holidays with Kenmore's annual Christmas Tree Lighting Festival Dec. 6
The city of Kenmore will hold its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Festival from 6-8 p.m. on Dec. 6 at City Hall.
Kirkland considering bike lanes, improvements on Juanita Drive
KIRKLAND, Wash. -- Major changes could be coming to a major Eastside thoroughfare.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Many celebrate the 13th annual Hopelink Turkey Trot in downtown Kirkland | Slideshow
At the sound of the horn, runners began the race at 11 a.m. Those that chose to walk the 5k race began five minutes later.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Legal pot in U.S. could cause problems
Bilye Miller, left, and her partner Todd Spaits stand in their home in Kirkland, Wash., in this photos made on Monday, Nov. 11, 2013.
Your guide to the holidays, 2013
Girl Scouts Cassidy Elicker, left, Zoe Kirkland and Avery O'Neil grin as they dance at last year's Burien Winterfest.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
AAA: Thanksgiving traffic to dip this year
Earlier this week, the Kirkland, Wash.-based congestion tracking firm INRIX projected lower gasoline prices will help fuel a 3 percent increase in travel this Thanksgiving holiday.