Sound Transit to evaluate issuing permits to residents at busy commuter lots.
Islanders can provide public comments during "issue identification process."
King County Public Health is investigating an E. coli outbreak after finding multiple cases stemming from the Los Chilangos food truck and shutting down the shared facility in Bellevue used to prepare it’s and other food trucks’ food.
Nonprofit group Vision Mercer Island plans to educate citizens and gather input on transportation issues.
Catch up on current recommendations while work on the downtown development code is on hiatus.
Board makes no amendments to budget; reviews six-year levy planning.
Local firefighters work day and night to combat the wildfires blazing across the state.
Students score well on test, but low participation brings consequences.
MIPD helps with arrests of burglar, bike thief and car prowler; Island man fined for flying drone too close to orcas.
Now on its U.S. Tour, Matilda is currently telekinetically tickling the Seattle metro.
A summer storm hit Western Washington Saturday, with winds causing power infrastructure to fail throughout the region.
Diverse board has experience with non-profits, entertainment and technology.
Environmental artist Karen White teaches children how to appreciate the beauty and intricacies of nature through the craft of nest weaving.
School Board heard first reading of the 2015-16 operating budget at its regular meeting Tuesday, Aug. 18 at City Hall.
In the Realm of Nature, Bellevue Arts Museum’s latest exhibit on loan from San Diego’s Mingei International Museum, explores the careers of Kay Sekimachi and the late Bob Stocksdale through the decades.
Seattle Children's Hospital is working with the state health department and the Centers for Disease Control after it was revealed that the required procedures for cleaning and sterilizing surgical instruments at the hospital's Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center were not always followed.
City representatives to receive award at the White House on Sept. 16.
Hennie McPennie closrd after two-and-a-half years in business; Rep. Judy Clibborn at Sept. 10 Chamber lunch.
Islanders also report burglaries, car prowls and fraud from Aug. 8 to Aug. 22.
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has announced it will begin tolling the two high-occupancy vehicle lane (HOV) lanes on Interstate 405 from Bellevue to Lynnwood starting Sept. 27.