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Human skulls left in donation box at Goodwill
Three human skulls were found in the Goodwill donation box in Bellevue, WA. The medical examiner says two of the skulls are adults that were clearly used in a medical clinic or teaching setting.
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Sun Jul 13, 2014
Weisel joins Columbia Bank
Robert R. Weisel has joined the Columbia Bank's Commercial Banking Division as senior vice president and director of specialty lending.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
New York Daily News
Mickey Mouse is victim of identity theft in Wash.
Bellevue police found the iconic Disney character on a fake Washington state driver's license when they recovered a slew of fraudulent IDs, documents and checks tied to an identity theft operation.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
(New) Major lane closures a week away on westbound I-90
Drivers have a week left to make plans for seven days of major round-the-clock lane closures along westbound Interstate 90 between Bellevue and Mercer Island.
Teaming up for charity
Bellevue-based Outerwall and its consumer business lines have teamed up with the Seattle Seahawks Spirit of 12 Partners, announcing Tuesday it will donate up to $100,000 to the program's community-based nonprofits.
Mercer Island Reporter
Police Blotter | $15K embezzled from McDonalds
EMBEZZLEMENT: Over a period of six months, between December 15 of 2013 and June 26 of this year, an employee of the Mercer Island McDonalds embezzled $14,667, through payroll fraud.
Summer not so fun for kids who are hungry; things you can do to help | Editorial
It's summertime, and, as the song says, the livin' is easy. But that's not necessarily the case for needy school children on summer break.
Mercer Island Reporter
Terra Bella opens gourmet cooking shop
Terra Bella announces the grand opening of Terra Bella Cooks! located next door to its popular gift and lifestyle shop.
Goodwill Will Take Almost Any Donation, Except Your Old Skulls
Aut-3715: "Two human skulls prepared for clinical use that were donated to a Bellevue, Wash., thrift store.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Sound Transit committee passes on facility opinion
The Sound Transit Capital Committee agreed new information likely won't surface in the next two weeks to ease a decision on where an operations and maintenance facility should be located on the Eastside, and opted not to forward a preferred alternative to the full board on Thursday.
The News Tribune
Point Ruston moving quickly to second phase
For the ever-optimistic Mike Cohen, managing partner of the Tacoma's largest mixed use development project, Point Ruston, reality is finally matching his dreams.
AT&T partners with Bellevue startup for sponsored data
Bellevue-based Syntonic Wireless and AT&T announced Thursday a partnership to provide the wireless operator's mobile subscribers with sponsored data through the local startup's content store application.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Pilot killed in Wash. small plane crash ID'd
The Seattle Times reports that the King County medical examiner's office identified the man Wednesday as 70-year-old John Ciliberti.
Council approves transit plan | Ridership projections in question
Trusting in a promise from Kemper Development Company that its expanding downtown core will continue to offer free parking long into the future, the Bellevue City Council on Monday approved a transit master plan after two years in development.
Snoqualmie Valley Record
Nobody hurt, but Snoqualmie home burns in fireworks accident
An early evening fire damaged a home in the 6600 block of Fairway Avenue Southeast, Snoqualmie, on Friday, July 4. No one was injured in the fire, which seemed to have started on the roof of the home.
City of Bellevue
Three swimming areas to be closed for milfoil treatment
The swimming areas at Meydenbauer, Clyde and Newcastle beach parks will each be closed one day next week as a precaution while the city, in conjunction with private property owners, applies herbicide to control invasive milfoil blooms.
Human skulls donated to Goodwill, Medical Examiner seeks public help
Three human skulls that were donated to a local thrift store are prompting the King County Medical Examiner's Office to turn to the public for assistance.
City of Bellevue
Fire destroys Lake Hills home
A fire early Wednesday morning destroyed a home in the Lake Hills area. The family living in the house got out when the fire started, and no one was injured.
Three human skulls donated to thrift store
The King County Medical Examiner's Office in Seattle is asking for the public's help to find who donated three human skulls to a thrift store.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Bellevue considering third-party study for Energize Eastside
The Washington Utilities Transportation Commission can't prevent Puget Sound Energy from running upgraded transmission lines more than 100 feet above neighborhoods from Renton to Redmond, but it can prevent the energy company from recovering costs if the project is deemed unnecessary or excessive.