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The Kent School Board unanimously approved a $308 million budget on Aug. 24 for the 2011-12 school year that is $18 million less than last year and includes 78 fewer jobs.
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus has added an eighth show to its Sept. 1-5 run at the ShoWare Center in Kent.
Debbie Hernandez trembled as she sat down Friday afternoon at Kent City Hall in front of television cameras to ask the public to help solve the murder of her brother-in-law.
The Kent School District and the teachers union reached a tentative agreement on a new contract.
An electrical fire caused an estimated $2,000 damage at about 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 25 to a Kent mobile home in the 22000 block of 84th Avenue South.
With no "significant leads or suspects" in the shooting death Aug. 19 of a 27-year-old Kent man, Kent Police want the public's help to find the person responsible.
The Neely-Soames Historic Homestead celebrated its 10th anniversary with an open house and tour Aug. 20.
Copper-wire thieves struck the Bonneville Power Administration substation in Covington for the second time in five months.
Kent city crews will install new flashing signals to alert drivers to slow down for school zones at Scenic Hill, Kent and Meadow Ridge elementary schools.
The Kent man shot to death Aug. 19 outside his apartment has been identified as Arnulfo Gomez-Vasquez, according to the Kent Police.
Drivers can now go to a website to find out where officers will be looking for people Driving Under the Influence in Pierce, King or Snohomish counties.
A trial date has yet to be set for William L. Phillip Jr., the Oregon man charged with first-degree murder in the May 2010 stabbing death of Seth Frankel, a Kent city employee.
A Kent Police officer's decision to go through a fence rather than over it helped him catch an escaping inmate from the city jail when the fence fell on the 24-year-old man.
An agreement on a new contract between the Kent School District and the teachers union could come this week and is expected by Aug. 30 at the latest.
About 75 Kent students from kindergarten to high school juniors participated in a 2.4-mile walk Aug. 17 as part of the Kent School District's Refugee Transition Center Summer Program.
Jeff Caso has watched a lot of children benefit over the last two years from the Thunderbird Community Sports Foundation supported by Seattle Thunderbirds hockey fans.
King County Parks will conduct surveys of park users from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 along the Soos Creek Trail in Kent.
Hire-wire acts, speeding motorcycles in a steel globe, aerial gymnasts, flying dogs and clowns are each part of the Boom A Ring circus presented by Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey.
Volunteers are needed Sept. 27-29 in Kent, Tukwila and other selected cities across the state to help count people who bicycle or walk to their destinations.
Fans can watch the Seattle Thunderbirds in action during four Rookie Camp scrimmages Thursday, Aug. 25 and Friday, Aug. 26 at the ShoWare Center in Kent.