Sammamish murder suspects remain in Canadian custody pending extradition hearings

  • Today at 2:37PM

On Sept. 19 Kevin David Patterson, 20, and Christopher John Shade, 18, were charged with first degree murder for the Sept. 10 slaying of Richard Bergesen, 57, of Sammamish. It was the first murder in the history of Sammamish as an incorporated city.

New bakery looks (and tastes) sweet

  • Today at 3:44PM

Nothing Bundt Cakes, 755 N.W. Gilman, opened its first King County location, cutting the ribbon on the bundt cake-centric bakery with Issaquah Mayor Fred Butler, Issaquah Chamber of Commerce CEO Matthew Bott, and Impact Studios founder and "King of Issaquah" Nathan Bosseler.

Julius Boehm Pool closes for renovations, will reopen mid-2015

  • Today at 2:42PM

If you were hoping to log some wintertime swimming this season (and who wasn’t?) you may want to take your floaties elsewhere until mid-2015. Julius Boehm Pool closed today to begin extensive renovations that will make the facility more accommodating for persons with disabilities and add other improved amenities.

After state raises high school graduation requirements, Liberty High doubles down

  • Today at 2:30PM

The East Renton Highlands campus's new 31-credit requirement, which will begin with next year’s incoming freshman class, enhances arts and language demands while slightly relaxing required electives.

Estranged Facebook friend asks user to lie to police | Issaquah Police Blotter Nov. 14-21

  • Today at 2:13PM

All persons in the police blotter are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.

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