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Thursday's Transportation Master Plan update meeting was the second of three public meetings for City of Redmond staff to show the community their plans for the city's streets, public transportation, trails, bike lanes and anything else that helps people get from one place to another. This was also an opportunity for the public to provide some input as well.
Pilar Parker was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) on March 24 and with help from her family, she is not letting the scary disease dictate her lifestyle.
Pat Pattabhiraman and his wife moved to Redmond almost 10 years ago from Vancouver, British Columbia.
No one injured in two-alarm apartment fire in Redmond; neighbors respond quickly to call 911 and evacuate buildings
No one was injured as firefighters extinguished a two-alarm fire at a Redmond apartment complex Thursday afternoon.
On July 28, Leyla Rouhfar will be offering her dental services for free to children 14 years old and younger.
Hopelink is moving both its administrative offices and emergency services center to other locations in Redmond after two decades as a founding partner at Redmond's multi-tenant nonprofit Together Center (formerly the Family Resource Center).
Redmond woman to hold yard sale on Saturday in honor of her late sister; proceeds will go toward fighting breast cancer
By the time doctors realized Amy Misiuk had breast cancer, it was too late.
David Fleming has wanted to be a veterinarian since he was in the fifth grade.
This fall, Redmond parents will have one more option for early education.
A new theater school has opened on Redmond Ridge for young aspiring thespians and performers.
Throughout the Northwest, Dennis Bounds is known as one of the popular evening anchors on KING 5.
Redmond Police Department to close substation at town center: Services will be moved to Public Safety Building
As of Friday, July 8, the Redmond Police Department's (RPD) substation in Redmond Town Center has closed.
With budget cuts trickling down from the state year after year, the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) has been participating in an energy program that has saved them millions of dollars.
Art has always been part of Redmond resident Koloud Tarapolsi's life.
For nearly two decades, Alan and Shay Nohr have seen the Redmond’s Derby Days Summer Festival grow and grow each year. The Redmond couple began as sponsors for the festival’s Kids Parade, but in the last few years, their roles have grown as they now coordinate the event. A Derby Days tradition since the festival’s inception in 1940, the Kids Parade is one of the biggest attractions at the festival — which celebrates its 71st anniversary next week — and has particularly grown in the last few years.
Insight graduate’s future shines bright despite tragic past: Redmond Ridge resident strives to help poverty-stricken kids thrive
Sandeep Thomas has come a long way from his humble — and horrific — beginnings.
The Lake Washington School District (LWSD) plans to offset the state's major budget cuts to education by using district levy funds, extending the school year and making small reductions in staff through attrition — not layoffs.
Electric vehicle drivers now have one more location in Redmond to charge their cars.
Syd Mack has been teaching at Benjamin Rush Elementary School in Redmond since it opened in April 1970.
As a firefighter with the Redmond Fire Department, Mike Hilley is trained to respond to emergency situations and give medical help to anyone who may need it.