Bothell

Jury rejects self-defense claim, convicts man of murder

The Seattle defendant had claimed he’d been robbed and pistol-whipped in Bothell.

How Max Headroom and an itch for saving the day got her into IT

At 11 years old, Mary Burris had a clear vision for her future. She wanted to own her own business, and envisioned a… Continue reading

County Council postpones decision on Bothell zoning changes

Representatives wonder how to protect rural properties from sprawl without being unfair.

Northshore Park & Recreation Service area’s budget to be discussed

The public is invited to weigh in on the proposal during hearing.

Weary drivers using toll lanes say they have little choice

Congestion continues to be a tedious reality for commuters on I-405, which is as clogged as ever.

National Merit semifinalists

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation on Sept. 13 announced the names of about 16,000 semifinalists nationwide in the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. The high… Continue reading

Self-defense or murder? Trial begins in shooting death

Explanations as to why a man was shot in the back on a Bothell cul-de-sac are starkly different.

Volunteers needed to count pedestrians

The state’s annual tally of people bicycling and walking helps design new projects.

Everett School Board votes to seize Bothell-area property

Some owners say their compensation will be far less than it should be in the fast-urbanizing area.

Beer of the Week: Decibel Brewing’s Total Harmonic Distortion

Total Harmonic Distortion Decibel Brewing, Bothell Style: Double IPA Stats: 8.6 percent ABV, 100 IBU Available: On tap at the brewery. My thoughts: Decibel Brewing… Continue reading

Drivers support toll option, but skeptical about effectiveness

Those who drive I-405 since carpool lanes were converted to toll lanes two years ago have grown to appreciate the option, new survey… Continue reading

UW Bothell accounting class could help send someone to jail

One of the first rules detectives, prosecutors and journalists learn is “follow the money.” Now students in the University of Washington Bothell’s forensic accounting class… Continue reading

UW Bothell accounting class could help send someone to jail

One of the first rules detectives, prosecutors and journalists learn is “follow the money.” Now students in the University of Washington Bothell’s forensic accounting class… Continue reading

Bothell man, 65, charged with possession of child pornography

Timothy Dale O’Brien was having some trouble last summer at his job managing finances for a large construction company. Indeed, his performance reportedly… Continue reading

Bothell leans European with its new multiway boulevard

Our fascination with European traffic imports continues. First it was roundabouts. Now it’s a multiway boulevard. Bothell is one of the first cities… Continue reading

UW Bothell professor leads off science pub talks at McMenamins

If you like dirty talk and drinking beer, then head to the bar on Aug. 29. Dan Jaffe is the featured speaker at the free… Continue reading

Woman reports break-in, sexual assault at her Bothell home

Bothell police are investigating reports that a woman was assaulted during a break-in at her house Sunday morning. The incident was reported about… Continue reading

Collegiate honor society inductees

Local residents initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi: Arizona State University: Corrie Wilder, of Bothell, Sarah Blais and Linda Walsh, both of… Continue reading

Bothell pet store closed after bird dies of ‘parrot fever’

Birds of the World pet shop has been closed temporarily following the discovery that one of the birds boarded there had… Continue reading

County Council postpones action on North Creek growth

Homeowners from a rural enclave surrounded by the fast-growing suburbs near Bothell will have to wait a bit longer to see whether Snohomish… Continue reading