Steve Hunter

Kent teen driver under investigation for second-degree murder in death of police officer

Two passengers in custody for investigation of unlawful discharge of a firearm

Kent Police Officer Moreno distinguished himself in community

Cop saved and helped lives during eight years on the force

Three teens arrested after police pursuit that killed Kent officer

Juveniles – ages 15, 16 and 17 – taken into custody; shooting, chase remain under investigation

A ‘much quieter’ Fourth of July in Kent

Fireworks complaints down 43 percent from last year

Kent to add two more school traffic cameras

Red light cameras could be next

Man charged with fatally shooting estranged wife

Tracked her to SUV in Kent shopping plaza

East James Street to close for construction July 21-Aug. 9

City urges drivers to use South 277th, 212th streets

Kent’s Kmart store to close this fall

Liquidation sales to start July 26

Medical Examiner’s Office seeks help to identify woman found in Kent in 2015

Discovered in large suitcase along Frager Road

State Ecology, city of Kent clash over cleanup of industrial waste site

Primary drinking water supply sits near old Landsburg Mine

Husband, wife fight over laundry at Kent home

Pushing, shoving to gain control of dryer

Woman killed by train in Kent identified

Struck at James Street Saturday night

How did accused killer escape custody at Harborview?

Man charged in Kent murder sheds restraints, runs from armed guards

City of Kent decides on full closure of James Street for repairs

Residents choose 20-day full shutdown to 60-day, one-lane use

Man – accused of killing girlfriend in Kent – shot, injured during escape

King County jail guard shoots Herrin after he flees from Harborview Medical Center

Kent to build roundabout at Willis Street, Fourth Avenue

State DOT to pay for $3 million project

Kent man grabs ex-girlfriend by her dress, pushes her into fence

Officers arrest man for assault

Kent City Councilman Thomas wants to remove fireworks ban

‘We went too far, too fast’

Don’t expect a cop to respond to minor crimes in Kent

Police chief says residents will need to file online reports for certain incidents