Steve Hunter

Tukwila teen charged with vehicular homicide in Kent crash

16-year-old boy reportedly drove car in head-on collision that killed 13-year-old girl

Kent YMCA receives $250,000 from Delta Air Lines Foundation

New facility to open in September; fundraising goal at 95 percent

Federal Way light rail extension gets $100 million federal grant

Project to go through Kent from SeaTac

Motorcyclist killed in collision with Kent Police SUV faced felony eluding charge in Lewis County

Memorial service held Sunday for 18-year-old Sergey Pavlovich

Man dies in Hawthorn Suites shooting in Kent | Update

July 5 incident marks third killing near hotel in three years

Kent City Council to consider asking voters for more funds to hire police officers | Update

Measure could be on Nov. 5 ballot; voters rejected proposition in 2018

Kent Police up patrols near Springwood Park after residents’ complaints

Attempted carjacking, shots fired latest incident during crime spree

Developer plans 283 apartments on Kent’s West Hill

On northeast corner of Veterans Drive and Military Road South

Kent Police arrest 16-year-old boy for vehicular homicide |Update

13-year-old girl dies in head-on collision

Former Kent substitute teacher pleads not guilty to child molestation charge

Man allegedly abuses girl in kindergarten class

Kent zoning change bans King County Metro bus facility from proposed site

Agency still plans to pursue Valley property

Victim in Kent hit-and-run car crash Sunday night identified as 13-year-old girl| Update

Dies from smoke inhalation in backseat; two others in car flee scene of head-on collision

Sysco Seattle plans to expand food distribution center in Kent

Warehouse along 54th Avenue South near South 228th Street

Sound Transit to pay city of Kent $6.7 million for light rail construction costs

Agreement to cover staff time, permit fees for next 5 years

State Senate to conduct inquiry into public comments by Das

Kent senator claimed racism, sexism present at Democratic caucus meetings

Kent City Council ready to make parks department a priority

Seeks return to national award-winning years

Racist, sexist claims by Das cause racket in Olympia

Senator says it’s more of a inherent bias

Das claims racism, sexism during closed-door legislative meetings in Olympia

First-year senator speaks her mind at Kent Chamber of Commerce gathering

Run a red light in Kent, pay $136 beginning Aug. 1

City to use revenue from new program to buy body-worn cameras for 105 police officers