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Tail wagging and nose sniffing at full throttle, Amy Trotter is an excitable, growing bundle of energy.
As a young and promising soulful songstress, Tess Henley understands just how difficult it is to be found and heard.
Theresa Bates didn't have to look far to find the right surgeon for her daughter.
Bringing art to historic downtown; autistic savant artist welcomes possibilities with centralized gallery
Globally renowned for his work, local artist Michael Tolleson wants to be more recognized in Kent.
One is reserved, detailed and quietly tenacious who has lived a stable life. The other describes herself as "quirky," someone who came from humble beginnings, who marches to the beat of her own drum.
Hundreds of sign-carrying protestors took to Kent's streets Thursday, chanting for economic change and urging state leaders to raise the minimum hourly wage to $15.
A historic Kent neighborhood has become a registered landmark, the first of its kind in South King County.
In the company of family and friends, strangers and paramedics, Ron Jarvis realizes just how fragile life can be – his very own life.
Teagan McGinnis was funny and gregarious, mischievous and charming.
With a turn of a page Kent Police Chief Ken Thomas read a story, engaging a small group of imaginative minds huddled in the corner of a classroom.
She was "Mother Mayor," the caretaker, a no-nonsense woman who had a vision for a city she was so passionate about.
U.S. Bank employees spent time tidying up the Birch Creek Head Start and ECEAP (Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program) Family Center in Kent last week.
Like his policies or not, Gov. Jay Inslee is gaining credibility and making progress in helping many long-term unemployed Washingtonians find work.
There are no secrets to longevity, only choices. So says Irma Morrison, a Kent woman who has lived a wonderful life.
It's hard talk, a sensitive conversation and one King County and community leaders welcome. A public forum to openly discuss county law enforcement's relationship with diverse neighborhoods it serves jammed a Tyee High School cafeteria in SeaTac on Wednesday night.
Three doors down from his original location, Wade Schwartz found a better spot to showcase his salon.
If the August primary is any indication, then the November general election promises to be a close affair for some local legislative races.
King County Metro Transit's proposed bus service cuts have many Kent residents concerned, some more than others.
A storied Kent area may soon become the first historic neighborhood district in South King County.
Patience and a passion for serving up flavor-filled soul food guided an ambitious Kent couple to enter the restaurant business.