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Growing up, Gil Guday's parents instilled in him a love for science.
For as far back as she can remember, sports have been a part of Maya Shipway's life.
At Tuesday's business meeting, Redmond City Council voted unanimously, 6-0, to allow retail marijuana stores in Redmond.
Just before 1 a.m. on Wednesday, 911 dispatch received multiple reports of a fully involved house fire on Education Hill in Redmond.
Redmond resident Keya Sen recently received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award to conduct public health research in India, Bangladesh and China.
This week, King County launched a new service to help keep residents informed about significant events and emergency situations.
While last summer's Marymoor Park Concerts series attracted thousands of music lovers to the King County venue near Redmond, not everyone was a fan.
For some students, studying abroad is an opportunity to travel somewhere new and learn about a different culture.
For many people, everyday tasks such as going to school or work, meeting friends for lunch, seeing the doctor or buying groceries is not a big deal.
After only three and a half years in her sport, weightlifter Morghan King is going to the Olympics.
This week, the Redmond Library is taking on a nationally debated issue.
On Wednesday evening, King County held a town hall meeting at Evergreen Middle School near Redmond.
Redmond’s Spain continues to stay active after completing successful cancer treatments | Susan G. Komen special
Physical activity has always been important to Ali Spain.
On Tuesday, Redmond City Council held a public hearing regarding temporary encampments to consider further provisions related to human service organization access to temporary encampments and background checks.
Parents and residents from Redmond and Redmond Ridge gathered Tuesday and Wednesday to make sure their voices were heard as Redmond city and King County councils are looking at amending zoning codes regarding marijuana-related businesses.
In August 2015, the City of Redmond negotiated a new solid waste contract with Waste Management.
Vending machines and health are not two things that typically go together.
After 37 years of business, The Tree House Children's Consignment store in Redmond is closing its doors for good.
On Wednesday evening, the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) held a meeting for parents of students in the full-time Quest program at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School in Kirkland.
For the next few years, King County will be working to replace four and a half miles of sewer pipeline that serves parts of the Redmond community.