Update in Bellevue Superintendent Search, Wrong Way Driver Dies in 520 Crash and More: Week in Review

Read the biggest news, and items you might have missed, in today's week in review.

The Bellevue School Board outlined an accelerated three-day interview process on Thursday night to find a replacement for ex-Superintendent Amalia Cudeiro.

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Bloomberg News and the Los Angeles Times report that T-Mobile USA's parent company Deutsche Telekom plans to renew investment in the Bellevue-based company and win back customers.

Writer Malia Kawaguchi writes about keeping your kids' mouths clean without soap.

A former busboy has admitted to robbing three banks in Bellevue and one in Redmond last fall in brazen armed robberies.

A 22-year-old Woodinville woman died after she drove the wrong way on State Route 520 Wednesday morning, tying up the morning commute. 

Solomon Metalwala and supporters released balloons into the sky as a reminder to the community that his lost toddler, Sky Metalwala, is still missing.

The President of the United States  earlier this month for fundraising stops for his re-election campaign and met with the impromptu receiving line of kids at Medina Elementary. The president was on of several candidates for president who touched down in our state, including on Friday, and and two weeks ago.

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