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Redmond, Washington is a city that is located only sixteen miles east of Seattle. It is best known as the home of Microsoft and the Nintendo of America. The Microsoft Corporation moved its headquarters to Redmond in 1986. It has earned the nickname the "Bicycle Capital of the Northwest." It has the only velodrome, a track cycling arena, in the entire state of Washington. It also hosts an annual bike race that takes place on the city streets.

Population: 45256
Local Newspapers: Eastside Journal
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
Local Colleges: DigiPen Institute of Technology

Zip Codes associated with redmond, washington: 98019 98052 98053
Towns/Cities near redmond, washington : Bear Creek Education Hill Avondale Union Hill Novelty Hill

Redmond News
'I still have rights here.' Redmond mosque hosts free legal clinic

About 15 local lawyers offered free counsel as part of a legal clinic hosted by the Muslim Association of Puget Sound, the Muslim Community Resource Center and the King County Bar Association. "But still there's so much fear that I'm not sure if I'd be allowed back in the country."

Cadence Chemical Expands Principal Management Specialty Intermediates Department

Cadence Chemical , a Maroon Group LLC company, has announced that Alexander "Sandy" Wilson has joined the organization as Vice President, Principal Management Specialty Intermediates. In this newly created role, Sandy will be integrally involved with the management of existing Cadence principal supplier relationships and will work to expand product offerings, creating value for customers.

Microsoft Bringing AI and Cloud Innovations to Health Care IT Push

The company's new Healthcare NExT initiative combines AI and cloud computing to bring cutting-edge tools to doctors and hospitals. Microsoft is already bullish about artificial intelligence in the corporate world.

Washington man charged after DNA links him to park attack

Prosecutors have charged a man who they say has been tied by DNA evidence to an assault at a Seattle-area park in August. Charging papers say a 43-year-old Redmond woman was walking her dog in the park when Stockwell grabbed her and punched her repeatedly.

Trial begins 8 years after Redmond woman raped, strangled

Arpana Jinaga, a 24-year-old software-quality engineer from India, was building a circle of friends, exploring the region on her motorcycle and reveling in the freedoms afforded her as a professional woman in the United States when she was raped and strangled in her Redmond apartment in fall 2008, eight months after she arrived in the Pacific Northwest, a King County jury heard Tuesday. More than eight years later, the first-degree-murder trial of Emanuel Fair opened with jurors hearing how Jinaga's body was doused with bleach, toilet-bowl cleaner and motor oil and her bedding and clothes were torched or flushed with water, all in an effort to destroy DNA evidence.

Native American Settlement at Bear Creek Site -- An informational meeting.

Join project director Dr. Robert Kopperl at the edge of the restoration area overlooking the site to find out more about the study and what we have learned from it, and about the broader picture of the past as seen in our archaeological heritage. On Saturday, February 25, 2017, Dr. Kopperl will be on-hand to informally provide information about the Bear Creek site, answer questions about the project, and any other questions you may have about Washington State's shared archaeological heritage.

Bellevue dance fest 'Chop Shop' to mark a milestone

Choreographer Eva Stone had lived in the Seattle area for about a dozen years, running her own dance troupe and teaching dance classes in Redmond, when she came to a realization. While there was a growing number of student dance companies on the Eastside, there was nothing on a professional level.

How Microsoft avoided billions in taxes, and what the GOP says...

On paper, Microsoft's facility in Puerto Rico was wildly profitable. With just 177 workers, the plant recorded $4 billion in earnings in 2011, a Senate investigation found.

Zuckerberg Demos Oculus VR Gloves

Consumers are still getting to grips with virtual reality and trying to decide whether to jump on board yet. Meanwhile, Mark Zuckerberg is keeping a close eye on what the research arm of Oculus is up to, with the latest R&D project being virtual reality gloves.

Cosmos is offering two plans for big TOD in downtown Redmond

Tower A, in the foreground, would have 208 housing units above retail. Tower B could be a mix of office space and housing, or just housing, with some retail Cosmos Development Co.

Byron York: The challenge to Trump's order? It's a lot about money

Why is Washington State mounting such a vigorous challenge to President Trump 's executive order temporarily suspending non-American entry from seven terrorism-plagued countries? Of course there are several lawsuits against the president, and there are lots of motives among the various litigants. But Washington State's is the suit that stopped the order, at least temporarily.

Suspect arrested in August attack at Marymoor Park

Detectives said a DNA hit led to identification of the suspect, according to a news release from the King County Sheriff's Office. However, the news release said the King County Prosecutor's Office has requested that no additional information be released.

Redmond Kiwanis to hold informational meeting

The Redmond Kiwanis Club is holding an "informational meeting for prospective members" on Friday, March 10. The Redmond Kiwanis Club is a part of Kiwanis International, a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. Every year, more than 600,000 Kiwanis-family members in over 80 countries give more than 18.5 million volunteer hours and millions of dollars for community service projects.

State says no to special I-90 HOV access for Mercer Island solo drivers

Roger Millar, state secretary of transportation, notified city leaders by letter late Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Transportation cannot legally grant single-occupancy vehicles access to HOV lanes, even on a temporary basis, such as during construction. "This is a federal requirement that the State cannot change and with which WSDOT is obligated to comply," Millar wrote.

US police stop nude jogger who was 'trying to build up immune system'

A pair of US police officers had the unusual task of approaching man who was enjoying a naked late-night jog in Washington on Friday. The cops were on the south side of Microsoft's Redmond, Washington campus, when they spotted "nude buttocks illuminated by a streetlight" at about 3.30am.

Washington is 1st state to sue Trump over immigration order

Washington state's attorney general declared Monday that he was suing President Donald Trump over his temporary ban on immigration from seven countries with majority-Muslim populations, making it the first state to announce a legal action against the Trump administration over one of its policies. Trump's executive order also suspended the United States' entire refugee program and set off nationwide protests over the weekend, including one that drew 3,000 people to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Sound Transit Selects Max J. Kuney Company for the Bel-Red Section of the East Link Extension

The Sound Transit Board of Directors recently selected Max J. Kuney Company to build the Bel-Red/130th Station and guideway that will serve East Link Extension trains when light rail service begins in 2023. The $93 million contract includes constructing an at-grade station located between 130th and 132nd Avenues NE at NE Spring Blvd. in the Bel-Red corridor.

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