Steve Hunter

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Four homicides in Kent so far in 2021 after eight in 2020

Police have cleared all 2020 cases| List of cases for this year and last year

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King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg. File photo

King County needs more lawyers to attack backlog of cases

6,107 open cases is double the normal amount for King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.

King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg. File photo
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Fire displaces family from Kent East Hill home

Started in a dryer early Tuesday morning

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Man fatally shot on Kent’s East Hill

Early Tuesday morning in the 23800 block of 110th Avenue SE

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Grocery store workers seek hazardous pay hike from Kent City Council

Asking for an ordinance to increase pay by $5 per hour due to COVID-19

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Toni Troutner

Troutner to seek second term on Kent City Council

‘It is my job to ensure that local government is living within its means,’ Troutner says

Toni Troutner
Kentwood High School. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent School District

Kent School District, teachers union reach agreement about in-person learning

Start dates of April 12 for elementary school; April 19 for middle and high schools

Kentwood High School. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent School District
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Tukwila man fatally shot in Kent identified as Avery Wilcox Jr.

Wilcox worked as a barber; 2012 Foster High graduate

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City of Kent committee to recommend how to spend $28.4M in COVID-19 relief

Group will include mayor, two City Council members, CAO and finance director

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T-Birds drop two players from roster for ‘inappropriate racial comments’

Comments, actions directed toward teammate in locker room

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Kentwood football. FILE PHOTO

Limited number of fans can attend Kent high school games

Change in policy that banned fans due to COVID-19 restrictions

Kentwood football. FILE PHOTO
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Gigantic mixed-use development to begin in Tukwila

Segale Properties markets 250 acres just north of Kent; first deal signed

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The city of Kent canceled the 2021 Fourth of July Splash event at Lake Meridian Park due to COVID-19 restrictions. COURTESY PHOTO, City of Kent

City of Kent cancels Fourth of July Splash event due to COVID-19

Second consecutive year without celebration at Lake Meridian Park

The city of Kent canceled the 2021 Fourth of July Splash event at Lake Meridian Park due to COVID-19 restrictions. COURTESY PHOTO, City of Kent
Mayor Dana Ralph

Mayor Ralph describes COVID-19 challenges during State of the City address

Relief funds to go directly to Kent residents, businesses and community organizations

Mayor Dana Ralph
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State Patrol commemorates Frink who died in line of service in 1993

A 1972 graduate of Kentridge High School

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Kent man charged with cutting brake lines, slashing tires in South Seattle

Tells police he committed hundreds of similar crimes in Seattle, Des Moines

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SR 509 extension to bring major changes to Kent intersections

I-5 and SR 516 interchange will be reconstructed; Veterans Drive to go under freeway

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Police vehicle

Tukwila man fatally shot in Kent; police seek suspect

Found inside car Sunday night near 104th Avenue SE and Kent Kangley Road

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Conner Roulette (34) returns for the shortened Seattle Thunderbirds season that begins Friday, March 19 against Spokane at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent. COURTESY PHOTO, Brian Lieese, Thunderbirds

T-Birds players pumped to return to play at ShoWare Center in Kent

Western Hockey League opener set for March 19

Conner Roulette (34) returns for the shortened Seattle Thunderbirds season that begins Friday, March 19 against Spokane at the accesso ShoWare Center in Kent. COURTESY PHOTO, Brian Lieese, Thunderbirds
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City of Kent to install roundabout on 108th Avenue SE

At intersection of SE 264th Street on East Hill for $900,000

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