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Since he was a young boy, Drew Smith has known what he wanted to do when he got older.
For broadcast journalists who are on TV regularly, it is not uncommon for people to approach them as if they know them and treat them as members of their immediate community.
In the music world, Carnegie Hall in New York is considered one of the premier stages for a performer.
The City of Redmond is not the same as how it was when Mayor John Marchione was growing up — or even from 5-10 years ago.
In light of recent concerns over lead in regional drinking water, the City of Redmond is stepping up its efforts to test the local water supply.
For five years, the two Goddard School locations in the Redmond area have held art auctions featuring students' artwork, with proceeds going to a good cause.
Earlier this week, the City of Redmond broke ground on the next segment of the Redmond Central Connector (RCC) trail.
It has been a little more than three months since a man dropped off Ku Klux Klan-like (KKK) garments at Leona Coakley-Spring's consignment store, but the aftereffects of the incident still linger.
For a number of years, homelessness has been a growing issue in Redmond and the greater Puget Sound area.
Owning a business is not easy but one thing that can help with the challenges of being the boss is networking with others who have been or are there.
Since it was founded in 1976, Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center in Redmond has worked to improve the bodies, minds and spirits of people with disabilities through equine-assisted therapies and activities.
Motorcycles and pets. A seemingly unusual combination, but come tomorrow, the two will come together for a good cause.
When the Syrian refugee crisis broke out, the topic was big, complex and confusing for Giselle Gonzales.
The Redmond Police Department (RPD) is searching for a man who may have information on the March 31 Celtic Bayou restaurant fire at 7281 W. Lake Sammamish Pkwy.
By Samantha Pak
In the eighth-grade health classes at Evergreen Middle School (EMS) in King County near Redmond, one of the things students learn about is basic first aid.
Since he was a junior in high school, Redmond Police Chief Ron Gibson knew he wanted a career in law enforcement.
Joshua Kohn has always set high goals for himself.
The greater Puget Sound area’s population is on the rise and the local and regional communities need to prepare for this growth.
In the ever-growing world of video games, there are a variety of genres for gamers to enjoy.