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A big-name Filipino restaurant comes to Seattle’s South End, and 40 other openings around the city

Seattle's South End has become a hot spot for Filipino food, and Max's Restaurant is the latest addition. Meanwhile, a promising new dumpling spot hits the Eastside, while 85°C Bakery ventures north.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Eastside

Memorial Day weekend weather in Seattle area: Expect a cloudy start but a sunny finish

Despite a gray Friday, the sun will emerge before the end of the three-day weekend, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle.
Tags: Eastside, Local News, Puget Sound, Weather

Spoof-proof your life: How to avoid falling victim to scam calls

The barrage of automated telephone solicitations and robocalls to Americans’ phones added up to nearly 50 billion calls in 2018, a 56% increase over the previous year, according to some estimates. To make matters worse, experts say as many as half of these calls may be attempts to defraud consumers. Many adults in Washington state are unaware of […]
Tags: Crime, News, Washington, Life, Data, Local News, Northwest, Puget Sound, Eastside

‘This works’: Downtown Bellevue bike lanes will stay put, more lanes planned

The bike lane along 108th Avenue between Northeast Main Street and Northeast 12th Street will be tweaked over the next few months, and the city will also get an east-west bikeway.
Tags: News, Local News, Eastside, Traffic Lab, Downtown Bellevue

Audit finds $413,000 from obscure tax district went to commissioner’s bank account

The state auditor's office found that $413,000 from a King County drainage district wound up in the bank account of one of the district's two commissioners, with vague invoices to justify the payments. The case has been sent to prosecutors.
Tags: News, Environment, Local News, Local Business, Eastside, King County

Memorial Day weekend travel: A survival guide

Millions of Americans will travel during the Memorial Day weekend. If you're one of them, here's when traffic and ferry wait times will be at their worst.
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, News, Life, Lifestyle, Local News, Northwest, Puget Sound, Eastside, Traffic Lab

Bellevue online security firm Auth0 says it’s now a billion-dollar unicorn

The company provides a software service that companies can use to create secure online logins.
Tags: Business, Technology, News, Bellevue, Local Business, Eastside, Auth0

Seattle-area forecast: Wet start to the week, but maybe a dry Memorial Day weekend

It's a tough week to predict, weather-wise, but there's at least a chance that the long holiday weekend will be warm and dry.
Tags: Travel, Wellness, Outdoors, Weather, News, Local News, Puget Sound, Eastside

Hundreds file to run in local elections, including 56 for Seattle City Council

Seven seats are up for grabs on the Seattle City Council this year. There are 56 candidates running for those seats, in what is shaping up to be the most competitive round of city elections in years. Thirteen judge seats are up for grabs in King County this year. There are 13 candidates running for those […]
Tags: News, Local Politics, Local News, Puget Sound, Eastside, Seattle City Council, King County

New signs on I-90 warn drivers of traffic backups at Highway 18 interchange

The two signs alert drivers to slow or stopped vehicles ahead in the right lane as heavy traffic exiting onto Highway 18 backs up onto the freeway.
Tags: News, Local News, Eastside, Traffic Lab

After rainiest day in months, Seattle area should have dry Saturday to start weekend

Despite receiving the most rainfall in one day since mid-March — logging almost half an inch of rain in Seattle’s University District on Thursday — the rain that’s predicted to continue through much of the weekend and the beginning of next week should be welcome. “It was the rainiest day since March 12, when we […]
Tags: Outdoors, Garden, Weather, News, Seattle, Local News, Northwest, Puget Sound, Eastside, University District

Amid measles outbreak, Issaquah High staff scramble to locate vaccine documentation

Issaquah High School will reopen Friday, but staff members won’t be able to return until they can provide the school district with documentation that they have had the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine
Tags: Health, News, Local News, Northwest, Eastside, Issaquah High School, Issaquah High

Bellevue College evacuated, closed due to threat, ‘out of an abundance of caution’

President Jerry Weber announced the closure of the college's main and north campus around 3 p.m. Social media posts and a campus alert were sent out shortly after.
Tags: Crime, News, Education, Local News, Northwest, Eastside, Bellevue College, Jerry Weber

Student arrested after Bellevue College evacuated, closed due to threat

President Jerry Weber announced the closure of the college's main and north campus around 3 p.m. Social media posts and a campus alert were sent out shortly after.
Tags: Crime, News, Education, Local News, Northwest, Eastside, Bellevue College, Jerry Weber

How to entertain your kids in Seattle this summer? Here are some free and low-cost ideas

Some of the best things in life are free! Here's a comprehensive guide on all the fun, free things to do with your kids this summer.
Tags: Travel, Wellness, Outdoors, News, Life, Lifestyle, Food & Drink, Seattle, Local News, Puget Sound, Eastside

Stop the summer slide: Here are free educational resources for kids in and around Seattle this summer

Learning should not have to stop when school is out for the summer. Not even if your family is operating on a budget. Here are some great resources to keep your kids engaged and challenged before they return to class in the fall.
Tags: Wellness, Outdoors, Books, News, Education, Entertainment, Life, Lifestyle, Events, Visual Arts, Seattle, Eastside

337 seats. More than 700 candidates? King County expects record numbers to run in local elections

King County elections officials expect a record number of local candidates to run this year, driven by an energized electorate and a high number of positions open, from small-town mayor to Seattle City Council.
Tags: News, Local Politics, Local News, Eastside, King County

A piece of the Kalakala gazes upon the Seattle skyline as scraps await rebirth in Kirkland

The famed Kalakala ferry was built in Kirkland, and the City of Kirkland has now purchased some pieces of the wreck and brought them back to the ship's birthplace.
Tags: Travel, News, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Local News, Eastside, Kirkland, Kalakala

In Kenmore, city officials take rare action to save mobile-home parks

By rezoning the city's six mobile-home parks from residential to the new Manufactured Housing Community designation, the city of Kenmore has extended the lives of these rapidly disappearing communities.
Tags: Real Estate, News, Local News, Northwest, Eastside, Kenmore, Manufactured Housing Community

For customizable ramen bowls and a uniquely smoky-spicy ramen, Redmond’s Hong Noodle is worth a visit

Redmond has a new ramen spot — think of Hong Noodle as the Chipotle or Mod Pizza of ramen joints because its ramen bowls are fully customizable. Also, if you like spicy ramen that doesn't burn your taste buds, Hong Noodle has a good option for you.
Tags: News, Life, Food & Drink, Eastside, Redmond, Hong Noodle

Temperatures likely to soar into 80s this week with potential record-breaking heat

The Seattle area could be unseasonably hot this week, with temperatures hitting the low 80s by this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Tags: Weather, News, Environment, Seattle, Local News, Northwest, Puget Sound, Eastside

Melinda Gates reveals her marital struggles in hopes of empowering all women

Melinda Gates’ life experiences informed her new book, “The Moment of Lift,” which deals with maternal and newborn health, family planning, unpaid work, women in the workplace and more.
Tags: Books, Business, News, Microsoft, Life, Lifestyle, Local News, Melinda Gates, Eastside

Sudden closure of outdoors retailer Ascent Outdoors and Ascent Cycles shocks employees and customers

Owner Scott Solon informed employees on Saturday that all three Ascent stores would be permanently closing. Managers encourage customers to call the store for any items still in store custody.
Tags: Outdoors, News, Retail, Local News, Local Business, Eastside, Scott Solon

Amazon again expands in Bellevue with lease of two future towers

Dallas-based Trammel Crow Company said Monday that it has signed Amazon to lease an entire two-tower office development it has planned in downtown. That project is another 715,000 square feet.
Tags: Amazon, Business, Real Estate, News, Bellevue, Dallas, Local News, Eastside, Trammel Crow Company

As Washington lawmakers rush to pass a budget, a Senate Democrat wants to go slower

After announcing broad details on a new 2019-21 operating budget, Senate and House lawmakers voted on bills into Friday night. More budget details are expected to be released Saturday, ahead of the last scheduled day for the Legislature on Sunday.
Tags: News, Education, Local Politics, Local News, Eastside

Election updates: Monroe, Kirkland hospital measures fail; Lake Washington levy measure passes

The results of last Tuesday's election will be certified on Friday.
Tags: Health, News, Education, Local News, Northwest, Eastside

Washington state Senate OKs plan to extend I-405 tolls, with revenue used to pay back bonds

Under the proposal, the state could extend express toll lanes on I-405 from Bellevue to Renton and along Highway 167 from Renton south to Puyallup.
Tags: News, Washington, Senate, Bellevue, Local Politics, Local News, Eastside, RENTON, Traffic Lab

Police: Driver didn’t see 3-year-old before deadly accident in Kirkland parking lot

The boy reportedly came out from between two cars when he was struck shortly after noon Thursday in the parking lot of the Safeway in Kirkland’s Juanita neighborhood.
Tags: News, Local News, Northwest, Eastside, Safeway, Kirkland, Juanita

3-year-old boy struck by car, killed in Kirkland parking lot

A 3-year-old boy died after he was hit by a car in a Kirkland parking lot Thursday afternoon, police said. Medics responded to a Safeway parking lot in Kirkland’s Juanita neighborhood shortly after noon, Kirkland police Lt. Rob Saloum said. The boy was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver who hit the boy stayed […]
Tags: News, Local News, Northwest, Eastside, Safeway, Kirkland, Juanita, Rob Saloum

Election update: Lake Washington levy passing; King and Snohomish hospital measures failing

Levy supporters say the Eastside school district needs for the funds to address overcrowding at its 54 schools, which are nearly all at or over capacity.
Tags: News, Levy, Local Politics, Local News, Northwest, Eastside, Lake Washington, Eastside school