Mayor John Marchione was among many community members to place their handprints in the wet cement below the new sign at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound in Redmond after the mosque’s old sign was vandalized in 2016. (Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, file)

Mayor John Marchione was among many community members to place their handprints in the wet cement below the new sign at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound in Redmond after the mosque’s old sign was vandalized in 2016. (Bothell-Kenmore Reporter, file)

Hate-fueled crimes on the Eastside are on the rise

Some tie the incidents to the growing diversity in communities east of Lake Washington.

You must sign in or register to continue reading content.

More in Northwest

Bainbridge aunt of Eli Creekmore unveils statue as beacon

The gallery owner wants to offer refuge to the victims and families of domestic abuse.

Navy fighter jet makes emergency landing in Moses Lake

The EA-18G “Growler” fighter landed Thursday morning after a crew member complained of a lack of oxygen.

Seattle apartment fire kills one person

It happened early Monday in a four-story apartment complex on East Yesler Way.

Seattle police investigate shooting that left 2 injured

A physical fight between two groups led to the shooting.

Columbia River water is released through the outlet tubes at Grand Coulee Dam in 2011. The way dams and storage reservoirs on the Columbia River and its tributaries are managed could change dramatically in a short five years if negotiators from the United States and Canada don’t strike a deal. At issue is the Columbia River Treaty, a transboundary agreement that has governed flood risk management and hydropower production for more than five decades. (AP Photo/Nicholas K. Geranios, File)
With treaty set to expire, will there be rough waters ahead?

Big changes loom if negotiations between the United States and Canada don’t reach a deal.

Trumpeter swan released after lead poisoning treatment

It’s a common affliction for birds that ingest buckshot.

Blizzard killed 1,850 cows; Yakima area farmers are reeling

With each cow valued by the dairies at $2,000, the loss was $3.7 million.

Lawsuit: State watchdog failed twin girls starved by mother

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages, as well as attorneys’ fees and any other relief.

Governor signs Native American voting bill

Officials must establish at least one voting drop box on any tribal reservation if requested.

Most Read