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The Microsoft co-founder and Seahawks owner died from cancer on Monday.
The city is developing an ADA transition plan, which may extend to all facilities.
Andrew Farrell, a LifeWire board director, helps the city council proclaim Domestic Violence Action Month on Oct. 2.
The Redmond Police Department’s Pro-Act unit has been conducting crime investigations for 13 years.
All nine justices found the use of capital punishment in Washington state unconstitutional and racially biased.
Redmond Mayor John Marchione presented the 2019-20 preliminary biennial budget on Oct. 2.
On Oct. 10, thousands of schools across the country, including 10 Redmond schools, participated in the 22nd Annual Walk to School Day. Redmond students helped… Continue reading
Waste Management fleet without fuel; PSE has urged customers to reduce consumption.
The Redmond police blotter for Sept. 17 through 20. Courtesy of the Redmond police blog.
Inadequate medical care plagues immigrants at facility, but ICE claims otherwise
The Sound Transit Board voted in September to raise the future light rail track and station.
The Redmond-based organization’s 23rd luncheon is set for Oct. 15.
Police are investigating the arsons but have not yet arrested a suspect.
The suspect is responsible for vehicle fires in the Education Hill and Downtown neighborhoods.
With King County’s finances already stretched thin, Constantine’s budget largely maintains current services while making investments in transit, law enforcement, and juvenile justice reform.
Chinook and coho salmon will be returning to their spawning grounds through early November.
Rachel Van Winkle will lead parks and recreation and Jonny Chambers will oversee IT services.
A proposed ordinance has put a neighborhood association at odds with local tasting rooms.