Ashley Hiruko

For veterans, there’s no better cause to push than helping other vets

Jim Curtis and Mark Gorman are two of many veteran advocates on the Eastside.

 

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                                Redmond’s new police chief Darrell Lowe stands outside the Redmond Police Department on Nov. 13. Lowe comes from Santa Monica PD, where he spent 27 years serving.

Redmond’s first black police chief talks on transparency and race

He spent 27 years at the police department in Santa Monica.

 

Eastside Veterans Day Ceremony expected to draw crowd

The annual tradition will honor Eastside resident Joe Crecca this year.

 

Redmond readies for big quake

Cascadia Rising Solutions designed to practice earthquake response.

Instagram shooting threat was student joke, Redmond police say

Online threat was made against Rose Hill Middle School last week.

Redmond man’s guns seized after police alerted to concerning posts

He has a history of allegedly making online threats toward women.

First AG lawsuit against company no-poach clause ends with $150K payment

Jersey Mike’s had the contract provisions in place until April 2018.

Owners of Redmond’s Bai Tong restaurant plead guilty to tax scheme

Married couple accused of using “tax zapper” software to hide cash sales.

District Court Judge Peter Nault dies after 25 years on the bench

The county council will appoint a judge to fill the open spot.

Redmond’s Community Court hits one-year milestone

The court uses a different approach to addressing low-level offenses.

2-year-old child falls from second story in unincorporated Redmond

Child was in critical condition at the time of transport.

Former Microsoft sports marketing director given 28 months prison time for wire fraud

Defendant drug use, tragedy surrounded criminal activity.

Burglars hit Ben Franklin and Pharmaca in Redmond

Three single latex gloves were stolen from Ben Franklin craft store.

Opposition and supporters of Drag Queen Story Hour make showing in Issaquah

A lack of police at a recent county library board meeting led some to feel intimidated.

Second trial in killing of Redmond woman ends with not-guilty verdict

After 11 years, no resolution for family of 24-year-old Arpana Jinaga.

One dead after fatal shooting on 154th Avenue

Police questioning victim’s half brother.

Man allegedly killed by Redmond suspect was ‘friend to everyone’

Community fundraising for funeral costs for father of three.

Redmond Chief Wilson hangs up the badge

After 32 years in law enforcement, Wilson looks forward to spending time with family.

More cases of measles confirmed in King County

On the Eastside, cases have been confirmed in Bothell and Issaquah.