A cast boot, worn by a woman driver on her right foot, was “a factor” when she crashed a sports…
One is a thrill-seeking junior with state-medal aspirations. The other is a determined senior with Olympic bloodlines, hoping to end his high school career on a high note.
Both of the athletes from The Bear Creek School have the same goal.
Spring has sprung and the weather is starting to heat up.
That only means one thing: It’s time to get outside and be active.
From petting farm animals to catching air on your skateboard, Redmond offers plenty of outdoor endeavors.
The way Phil Palios sees it, someone had to step up and take a stand against the tech giant that is the Microsoft Corp.
The bright boy who grew up in Redmond, dreaming of working for Bill Gates’ empire some day, is now disturbed by its business practices.
The Redmond boys’ basketball team took a step closer to its season-long goal with a convincing 66-54 win against Bothell in a loser-out 4A Kingco district playoff game Tuesday night at Inglemoor High.
Microsoft Corp. admitted on Monday that it overpaid at least $100,000 in severance money for several employees after launching wide-scale layoffs last month. The Redmond-based tech giant is taking responsibility for the error and told employees to keep the extra money, according to Microsoft spokesman Lou Gellos.