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Construction along 76th Avenue South in Kent nears completion

Road was raised 3 feet to help reduce flooding

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Calls that Social Security number has been ‘compromised’ leads to $400,000 scam

SeaTac man indicted for mail fraud in scheme that stole money from elderly victims

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Man returned to King County to face Kent murder charge

Paul Dervin accused of killing his wife Nov. 30 in her West Hill home

A crew member works at the Sound Transit light rail Operations and Maintenance Facility in Seattle. Sound Transit plans to build a similar facility in either Federal Way or Kent. COURTESY PHOTO, Sound Transit

Sound Transit to release draft EIS March 5 for light rail maintenance facility

3 sites under consideration; 2 in Federal Way and 1 in Kent

Photo courtesy of South Sound News

2-year-old child, woman rescued from Auburn house fire

Fire started in the garage around 11:40 p.m. Jan. 20 near the 30100 block of 50th Lane S.

Melanie Taylor/Courtesy Photo

Puget Sound Fire’s Taylor chosen Educator of the Year

Washington Public Fire Educators select her for 2020 honor

Federal Way resident Bob Roegner is a former mayor of Auburn. Contact bjroegner@comcast.net.

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West Point Wastewater Treatment Plant. Photo courtesy of Washington Department of Ecology.

EPA loans King County $96.8 million to prevent untreated water from spilling into Puget Sound

Loan comes a week after an over 10 million gallon overflow into the Puget Sound and Lake Washington.

National Guard troops, pictured Jan. 11 at the state Capitol in Olympia, have been on standby in case of violent protests. (Photo by Roger Harnack, Cheney Free Press)

At the state Capitol, a quiet day amid heightened security

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