A toilet malfunction sent water spewing through a Kirkland restaurant and out into a parking lot for several hours Thursday morning.
With the home team's popularity surging in recent months, it seems even suspected criminals are hopping on the Seattle Seahawks bandwagon. So, this Sunday keep an eye out for these Hawks fans wanted in connection with everything from robbing banks to stealing antiques.
More than 50 people gathered Wednesday night to remember Amy Gang, a mother of four found strangled in her home earlier this month.
72 hours after a mother discovered her 28-year-old daughter murdered in a bedroom, Kirkland Police are naming the victim's ex-boyfriend a "person of interest".
The Kirkland Police Department is investigating after a 28-year-old woman was found strangled in the bedroom of a Kirkland home.
A licensed medical marijuana provider in Kirkland caused some serious damage to his and a neighboring apartment Wednesday night when the marijuana he was heating to make hash oil exploded, according to the Kirkland Police Department.
Three people were taken to the hospital following a house fire at the 13700 block of 115th Ave NE Saturday evening.
Six people were hurt in a violent two-car crash on Juanita Drive in Kirkland Saturday evening.
At least two people were rushed to the hospital following a car crash that blocked lanes of northbound Interstate 405 for more than an hour Sunday.
One of the first black military aviators known as the Tuskegee Airmen, William L. Booker, has died at the age of 90.
Police and the FBI are still hunting for an elusive serial bank robber known as the "Cyborg Bandit" who has targeted at least six different banks since September.
Police are looking for the man they say unsuccessfully tried to rob two Kirkland ATM users at knifepoint last week.
A Friday night water main break in Kirkland damaged city streets and sent thousands of gallons of water into the roadway.
A homeowner who caught two men inside his Kirkland home Wednesday morning was able to lead officers right to the men after they attempted to escape, according to the Kirkland Police Department.
A Kirkland-based tech start-up is revolutionizing the way hourly workers find jobs, and all you need is a phone that can text.