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In this episode, we take a closer look at a shootout in Auburn, a stabbing in a wooded area in Renton, and a smash-and-grab burglary in Federal Way.
The cities of Renton, Auburn, Burien, Des Moines, SeaTac and Tukwila own the facility
Reagan Dunn says the program lacks transparency and accountability measures.
DOH aims to help communities better understand overdose deaths, make informed prevention decisions
Cameras installed at 108th Avenue SE and SE 208th Street in Panther Lake
Projects across King County were awarded millions in collective funding.
The National Endowment for the Humanities gave a $133,252 grant to help develop climate initiatives.
Auburn woman, 55, eventually stopped by officers trying to enter Highway 167
The Week Without Driving is meant to put policy makers, elected leaders and transportation professionals in the place of those who don’t have the option to drive.
Steps taken after one person at school diagnosed with active TB; exposure was March to September 2023
Fire broke out Tuesday morning, Sept. 26 in 11300 block of SE 215th Street
Officers use patience, de-escalation techniques in response to 911 incidents
Fifth Democrat to enter race; council District 5 includes parts of Kent, Renton
Kent annexed the Bridges neighborhood of Lea Hill in 1987, making it a part of Kent that was not contiguous to its city boundaries. Auburn’s 2008 annexation of Lea Hill made the neighborhood an island of Kent surrounded on all sides by Auburn.
City Council approves $5.4 million contract for pre-engineered metal building
Gavin Downing says he tries to make library welcoming and usable
Confrontation between the two men reportedly led to shooting Sept. 19 along Auburn Way North
The state awarded 66 grants totaling $53.7 million to projects in and around Puget Sound.
Climbing an 100-foot ladder, reloading hoses part of the process
In this episode, we take a look at the sentencing of a man who wanted to burn down the Seattle police union building; and unknown suspects dumped hundreds of gallons of cooking oil into a Renton waterway.