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Eight months after Claire Thompson, a 20-year-old Sammamish native, was fatally shot at a Redmond house party, Diane Benveniste gathered with her husband, son and her deceased daughter’s friends in a room at the King County Courthouse in Seattle.
Jackson Roos was a competitive boy who loved to play baseball. And the 12-year-old pitcher was joyously proud of himself when he made the Redmond North Little League All-Star team last summer, said his father, Bryan Roos.
King County Sheriff's detectives said Friday that 12-year-old Jackson Roos died Wednesday as a result of being strangled by his own helmet strap while zip lining in the family's backyard in the 8800 block of 255th Avenue Northeast near Redmond.
A team effort involving the City of Redmond, Microsoft and others have resulted in another honor for the Northeast 36th Street Bridge.
When I think of the crosswalks and pedestrian safety issues featured in this issue’s cover story, I can’t help but return to my youth. As a 5-year-old, my mom arranged for me to meet up with a police officer in my hometown of Redondo Beach, Calif., for a newspaper article on crossing the street safely. (Yes, I was in the paper as the subject of a story before becoming a writer myself years later.)
Eight months after Claire Thompson, a 20-year-old Sammamish native, was fatally shot at a Redmond house party, Cornelius De Jong IV pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter.
Tack on another victory for The Overlake School. At halftime of the girls home soccer match versus rival University Prep on Sept. 28, representatives from Coach and Athletic Director magazine will present the Redmond school an Interscholastic Sports Program of Excellence 2012 award.
Rep. Ross Hunter of the 48th Legislative District was on hand at Wednesday’s Greater Redmond Chamber of Commerce luncheon to discuss the state budget, education and transportation.
Walkers came to Redmond's Marymoor Park from as far away as Boscobel, Wis., and as close as Woodinville to help fight breast cancer during last weekend's Susan G. Komen Seattle 3-Day event.
Michele Brown can’t get enough of volleyball — it’s been a part of her life since she was 8 years old.
People like what they’ve seen and heard so far, and City of Redmond Parks Director Craig Larsen said there’s more good things on the horizon.
After logging his daytime hours as an information-technology manager at The Boeing Company, Patrick Scheibe heads to his other job as coach of the Redmond High girls soccer team.
As I strolled through the halls at Redmond Elementary on Wednesday, taking back-to-school photos of students and parents, I, too, got caught up in the moment of transitioning from one grade or level to another.
Klassen clan continues to shine at state diving competition: Phillip places third, Eric finishes 12th
With former state champion Max Klassen looking on, his two Redmond High little brothers gave the diving boards a serious workout at Saturday's 4A state meet. With the first of his final three dives, sophomore Phillip scored several sevens on his reverse 1 1/2 tuck en route to a third-place finish with 354.75 points at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.