King County Roundup

Bellevue city manager Brad Miyake welcomes Steve Mylett back to his position as police chief following his exoneration. Photo courtesy of the city of Bellevue
Bellevue city manager Brad Miyake welcomes Steve Mylett back to his position as police chief following his exoneration. Photo courtesy of the city of Bellevue
Task force members reveal a gang member’s tattoo during a July bust at an unspecified location. COURTESY PHOTO, U.S. Marshals Service
Task force members reveal a gang member’s tattoo during a July bust at an unspecified location. COURTESY PHOTO, U.S. Marshals Service
Bellevue police arrest the suspect as seen from as seen from King County Sheriff’s Guardian One helicopter. Screenshot from the King County Sheriff Air Support YouTube page
Bellevue police arrest the suspect as seen from as seen from King County Sheriff’s Guardian One helicopter. Screenshot from the King County Sheriff Air Support YouTube page

The Roundup: White supremacy, teacher salaries and a homemade bomb

• Over 100 people rallied outside the Crossroads Bellevue shopping center on Aug. 5 to protest the presence of white supremacist fliers that emerged around… Continue reading

This house served as the physician’s office for Kirkland founder Peter Kirk, making it the earliest-known hospital in the original town. Photo by Katie Metzger
This house served as the physician’s office for Kirkland founder Peter Kirk, making it the earliest-known hospital in the original town. Photo by Katie Metzger
File photo
File photo
Students at Alisa Vinson’s kindergarten class at Cascade Elementary School 
grab breakfast in their classroom. Photo by Leah Abraham
Students at Alisa Vinson’s kindergarten class at Cascade Elementary School 
grab breakfast in their classroom. Photo by Leah Abraham
The Baker house, built in 1908. 
Photo courtesy of Sammamish Heritage Society
The Baker house, built in 1908. 
Photo courtesy of Sammamish Heritage Society