Kent officers arrest two gang members in Fred Meyer parking lot | Police Blotter

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Kent Police arrested two men with gang ties, each on warrants, and one for investigation of making a false statement, after spotting the men sitting at separate times in a vehicle in the Fred Meyer parking lot, 10201 S.E. 240th St.


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Work to begin soon on Southcenter's 19-story tower, Washington Place

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The 418,000-square-foot, $120 million Washington Place will include 370 market-rate apartments, a 189-room, business-class hotel and a 90-seat restaurant. It will have a rooftop garden, clubhouse and fitness facility.

Ex-Kent City Councilman Sharp's sentencing date continued to Oct. 3

  • Today at 3:52PM

Former Kent City Councilman Ken Sharp faces an Oct. 3 sentencing date on first-degree theft charges after a King County Superior Court judge agreed to continue the court date from Sept. 26.

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Sound Transit to hold Federal Way hearing on potential new low-income fare options

  • Sep 22, 2014 at 3:10PM

Sound Transit is seeking input on potential new low-income fare options as the board considers updating transit fares on Sound Transit Link light rail, Sounder commuter rail and ST Express buses to align with a new King County Metro low-income fare.

King County sets public meetings in Auburn, Kent on Green River flood risk reduction work

  • Sep 11, 2014 at 1:00PM updated Sep 22, 2014 at 1:08PM

The King County Flood Control District will host public meetings later this month in Kent and Auburn where a variety of flood protection solutions will be discussed for the lower Green River Valley that satisfy the multiple and often competing federal mandates and legal requirements that apply to levee systems.

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