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Honoring Melissa, sparking action: Leaders urge residents to help put an end to the senseless crime of domestic violence
People of all factions gathered at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center Wednesday evening to remember Melissa Catherine Brooks Batten and take a stand against domestic violence.
Many see the Labor Day weekend as the last days of summer. It’s the last long weekend before the dreary days of fall and winter. It’s the last paid holiday before Thanksgiving.
Melissa Batten just wanted to move on with her life. Joseph Batten didn’t allow that to happen.
Flavor Bakery & Cafe, a new family-run, friendly eatery in Redmond, offers a little bit of everything from bubble tea to beef chow mein to mango cheesecake.
Back-to-school season is here, but for many, the budget is bare.
Investigators believe the man who committed last month’s murder-suicide at a Redmond apartment complex wanted to carry out a much more obsessive, elaborate plan – possibly abduction.
Allison Brucker said she is still recovering from last weekend’s Courage Classic Bicycle Tour, a three-day, 162-mile trek through three mountain passes.
The woman who was shot several times in the torso last week by her estranged husband outside of her Redmond apartment was identified as Melissa Batten, according to the King County Medical Examiner's office.
A protection order did not dissuade a man from finding his estranged wife and committing a murder-suicide at the Archstone Redmond Campus Apartments on 156th Avenue Northeast Tuesday morning.
It was supposed to be Darcy Burner’s day for rest and relaxation. Instead, it was a day of devastation and near death, caused by a “faulty lamp.”
Summer is finally heating up and that means people will be looking for ways to cool off.
A Redmond man who was shot twice by a Redmond Police officer has been charged with first-degree burglary and two counts of second-degree assault after he went on a drunken rampage, armed with a large knife.
Growing up, I didn’t get to see my dad as much as most kids.
Redmond long-distance runner Anthony Ellis tuned up for his college career with a silver-medal performance and senior sprinter Allen Hall proved his worth at last weekend’s Class 4A boys state track and field meet at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco.
Redmond junior Sarah Lord continued to build on her Star Track resume at last weekend’s Class 4A state track and field meet at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco.
Gone are the days of setting up the tiny tripod telescope on the back porch in hopes of spotting that elusive shooting star.