Steve Hunter

One Riverbend Golf Complex restaurant deal falls through, another on the horizon

City-owned space in Kent might have tenant by spring

Jury to decide whether Kime fatally shot baby in Kent in 2015

Deliberations begin after nearly two-month trial in gang retaliation shooting

Two men injured in shootout near Kent

Multiple shots fired at each other

Kent Police release names, addresses of massage parlors

Businesses busted as alleged prostitution fronts

Man sues two Kent Police officers for assault and battery

Claims injuries after officers removed him from 2015 ShoWare Center rock concert

Kent Police shut down 18 illegal massage parlors | 9 in the Valley

City claims businesses serving as fronts for prostitution

Mayor agrees to help Kent seniors group lobby legislators for property tax reductions

Ralph to set up meeting with 33rd District’s Keiser, Orwall

Mother-in-law, wife punch Kent man in face

Officers arrrest both women for assault

Seahawks’ Griffin brothers share thrill with kids of new school playground

Twins jump right in with kids at Park Orchard Elementary

Man fatally shot in Des Moines parking lot |Update: photo of fleeing car

Sunday night at strip mall near Kent

Kent’s ShoWare Center losing money through third quarter

City-owned arena had profit through first six months

City of Kent plans $900,000 improvements to accesso ShoWare Center

New carpet, metal detectors, Wi-Fi among projects

Kent’s Fincher calls campaign mailer ‘deceitful’ to write her in for House District 47 | Update

Voters receiving mailer this week about Hargrove-Entenman race

Business leaders want Kent City Council to curtail B&O tax hikes

Companies say they may leave city

Terreno Realty buys Kent industrial property for $12.4 million

12.7 acres along South 192nd Street

Kent officers bust driver for going 79 mph on 104th Avenue SE

35 mph zone but man says he was late for work

Number of Kent Police use of force incidents increases

An 18 percent hike in 2017 from 2016

Red-light cameras could bring in $1.5 million per year to city of Kent

Installation planned for 2019 at five intersections

Housing complex for homeless to be built on Kent’s West Hill

Project near Lowe’s store east of Pacific Highway South