The Kirkland Police Department is looking for two men it says broke into a home Saturday morning and assaulted the homeowner while his family slept.
Police are searching for possible suspects in what appears to be a home robbery at the 13700 block of NE 132nd ST around 6 a.m. Saturday.
A 42-year-old woman who prosecutors say was drunk when she caused a crash that left one person dead and sent three more to the hospital 14 months ago has pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide and vehicular assault.
The 43-year-old woman who caused a fatal 2012 crash in Kirkland pleaded guilty Monday to vehicular homicide, vehicular assault and reckless driving.
A Seattle-area tax accountant accused of stealing more than $1 million in tax payments made by his brother to the IRS now faces federal fraud charges.
Forget health care reform; a Kirkland doctor and his partners say they've come up with their own way to give medical coverage to patients who have no insurance.
Kirkland woman accused of attempting to burn her apartment down around herself and her developmentally disabled son has been charged with arson.
Friends will tell you, Dale Vitiaz has a big heart. Dale is more likely to describe his heart as sick.
A Kirkland woman accused of fleeing to Japan with her son in an end run around a custody dispute now faces criminal charges.
Health officials are once again warning those around Puget Sound that they might have been exposed to the measles, particularly if they visited certain Eastside tennis clubs at the end of last month.
The demand for new development is muscling out two long-time small businesses in Kirkland, and customers are mourning the loss of what they wish could stay the same.
More pot holes, fewer snow-plowed roads and longer commutes - these are just a few of the things local transportation officials say drivers can count on as shrinking budgets delay road improvement projects.
Home buyers are buying and sellers are selling. That's true across King, Snohomish and Pierce Counties according to the latest numbers from Zillow. But home values in each of the three counties are still down - some as much as 20 percent from where they were during the height of the housing boom.
The Kirkland Police Department has released surveillance camera images of two suspected burglars, one of whom appeared to be walking his dog at the time of the crime.
A group of Kirkland residents say the solar panels in their neighborhood are an eyesore, and they want the city to do something about it.