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About: Bellevue, WA

Bellevue is one of the fastest growing cities in the Northwest, located across from Seattle and long considered to be one of its suburbs. The huge growth of Bellevue in recent years has caused it to now be categorized as a "boomburg," which is a term used to describe rapidly growing cities that remain a suburban entity of another metropolitan area. Bellevue is the sixth wealthiest community out of 522 in the state of Washington and the city was recently named No. 1 in CNNMoney's list of best places to live and launch a business.The name Bellevue is French for "beautiful view."

Population: 123771
Local Newspapers: Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Eastside Journal, Northwest News Courier
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Seahawks (NFL), Seattle Sounders (MLS), Bellevue Blackhawks (American Basketball Association)
Local Colleges: State UniversityBellevue College, City University

Zip Codes associated with Bellevue, WA: 98004, 98005, 98006, 98007, 98008
Towns/Cities near Bellevue, WA : Mercer Island, Medina, Clyde Hill, Lakeview, Yarrow Point, Eastgate, Newcastle

Bellevue News
Wang appointed CEO

Programming boot camp Coding Dojo today announces 29-year-old former tech startup executive Richard Wang as CEO and a move to larger campuses in Bellevue, WA and San Jose, CA. Founded in 2010, Coding Dojo plans to open new dojos in Southern California and the Philippines in Q1 and Q2 of 2015.

Bellevue author slices open audiences with first suspense thriller

Former cardiac surgeon turned author Richard Van Anderson's will be hosting a book signing in support of his first novel 'The Organ Takers' from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan 27 at the University Bookstore, 990 102nd Ave. N.E., Bellevue. Richard Van Anderson has always been fascinated by the urban legends of people waking up in bathtubs full of ice, their organs allegedly removed and sold on the black market.

Council Roundup: Downtown Livability recommendations

The regulations guiding development and land use in downtown Bellevue date back to 1981. On Tuesday, the City Council received recommendations from a citizen advisory committee on how to update the downtown land use code.

Huge concrete pour to close parts of Bellevue Way

A large concrete pour for expansion of Lincoln Square will require closures of Bellevue Way and Northeast Fourth and Sixth streets the last weekend in January. The following lane and street closures will be in place from 1 a.m. Saturday, January 31, through 9 a.m. Sunday, February 1 : Bellevue Way northbound and southbound from just south of Northeast Fourth Street to Northeast Eighth Street.

Market Report, "Telanetix Inc. (TNIX) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review", published

The company offers telepresence and voice over IP services to various businesses. It serves more than 100,000 business customers.

Western Association of Food Chains elects four new board members

The Western Association of Food Chains has elected Monica Gernes, Dennis Gibson, Valerie Jabbar, and Rob McDougall to its board of directors. Gernes is the vice president of merchandising for Phoenix based-Fry's Food Stores.

Grinchy Cat: Cat who resembles 'Grinch' gives Grumpy cat a run for his catnip

This happy, sweet boy just looks like the "Grinch," but one-year-old Gervis is nothing but kind. That Grinchy exterior? Pay it no mind.

Olympic Medalist To Deliver Speech At MLK Jr. Celebration In Bellevue

TOMORROW: Olympic medalist and civil rights champion John Carlos and sportswriter and commentator Dave Zirin will deliver the keynote MLK Jr. Celebration speech at 11:30 a.m., with a Q & A session, book signing and reception to follow at 12:20 p.m. in the Carlson Theater! Space is limited - make sure you are there early - this is not to be missed! Bellevue College hosts week-long Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration :: BC Today www.bellevuecollege.edu WHAT: Bellevue College's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration, titled "Dream and Act, Dr. Martin Luther King did."

Cultural Conversations presents evening of storytelling

The popular Cultural Conversations program will take a different approach on Wednesday, February 4, when it features the stories of four Bellevue residents who will explore how diversity builds connections and resilience in the community. "An Evening of Connections Across Cultures" will take place 7-9 p.m., in the first-floor Council Chambers at City Hall, 450 110th Ave. NE.

Bellevue doctor agrees to 5-year license probation | Rheumatologist...

A Bellevue rheumatologist's medical license was placed on five year's probation by the Washington Department of Health this month for a score of offenses that included hiring unlicensed nurses, poor record-keeping, questionable prescriptions and violations of physician-patient boundaries, which resulted in one marriage. Carl J. Brodie, a 24-year Washington physician and surgeon, entered into an order agreement with the Medical Quality Assurance Commission on Jan. 8 that confirms the findings of an investigation brought about by a whistleblower complaint about the doctor's practice.

Silk Road 2.0 Administrator 'DoctorClu' Arrested On Drug Charges

I'm part of the Forbes tech team, writing about cybersecurity and crime, both online and in court. Before delving into the cybercrime, I covered crimes ranging from murder and assault to armed robberies at Taco Bell and the Dollar Store as a local crime reporter at the Victor Valley Daily Press in California.

Bellevue Police to promote two officers

The ceremony will take place on Thursday, January 22, at 3 p.m., in the Bellevue City Hall Council Chambers, 450 110 Ave. NE. Members of the public and media are invited and encouraged to attend.

Reverend Lloyd Henry Running

On January 17, 2015, surrounded by his three daughters, Reverend Lloyd Henry Running, 76, went home to be with our Lord and Savior. Lloyd was born in Missoula, on December 11, 1938.

Transportation Commission to discuss tolling

Today and tomorrow, the Washington State Transportation Commission will consider traffic and revenue results and projections for the Tacoma Narrows Bridge and the State Route 520 floating bridge as a first step in revising toll rates for 2015. The commission also will continue its work on developing proposed toll rates and policies for the I-405 express toll lanes, which are scheduled to open this fall.

Washington HOV lanes don't meet federal standards

Washington HOV lanes don't meet federal standards Washington HOV lanes don't meet federal standards Check out this story on KREM.com: http://www.krem.com/story/news/local/spokane-county/2015/01/21/hov-lanes-dont-meet-fed-standard-in-wa/22101765/ Federal law requires HOV lanes to move traffic at 45 mph or faster during peak periods 90 percent of the time. Some key problems areas include the stretch of I-405 south of Bellevue north toward Redmond and also North and South of Seattle down to Federal Way on I-5.

Wheels Group sold to Radiant Logistics

The deal was announced this morning. Wheels Group is one of the largest non-asset based third-party logistics providers in Canada.

PSPINC Re-Positions DreamersI With Its Web Builder System

Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. has announced the release of their content management system, WebdeXpress, as a free feature available to all of their DreamersI web hosting clients. By revamping the web hosting service to include a free content management system, PSPINC hopes to make professional websites easily accessible for businesses of all sizes.