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Kent Police Cmdr. Grove receives chief’s excellence award
Honored for his work with the new Community Immersion Law Enforcement program
$1.25 billion mental health levy is on April 25 special election ballot
King County Crisis Care Centers proposal would raise money through a property tax.
South King County fire chiefs developing behavioral health program
11 agencies are working to address mental health concerns at work and at home.
King County Sheriff’s deputy hit by car near airport
The deputy was responding to reports of a car blocking the roadway with a passed out driver inside.
Man accused of kidnapping, attempting to kill son of missing Seattle woman
The suspect, Brett Michael Gitchel, is also accused of setting the missing woman’s car on fire.
WA Senate OKs assault weapons ban, longer wait on gun sales
Bills outlawing many semiautomatic weapons and adding restrictions on gun purchases are now on course to becoming law.
Renton man, 38, dies two days after fight at Home Depot in Kent | Update
Medical examiner says cause and manner of death are pending
Kent offers informational event about fentanyl and other drugs
Students in grades 6-12 and parents invited to April 27 presentation by Kent Police, Kent School District
California real estate group buys Webster Court apartments in Kent
PEF Advisors plans to spend $1.2 million on improvements to downtown senior living complex
City of Kent closes most of Morrill Meadows Park for renovations
Park to remain closed until December for expanded playground, new stage and more
Man, 54, killed at Kent homeless encampment identified
Man died from blunt force trauma to the head, according to medical examiner
With access to abortion pill threatened, state buys 30K doses
Gov. Inslee says it gives Washington a three-year supply. The purchase comes as a federal judge may order the FDA to stop its sale.
Kent School District looks to purchase property for three programs
School board approves reallocation of $5.4 million for potential locations
Kent School Board limited in discipline of fellow members
State association explains what steps can be taken against former Board President Tim Clark
Kent Police Blotter: March 13-27
Incidents include burglaries, struggle with officers, injury crash
Tim Clark plans to remain on Kent School Board despite resignation pleas
Speakers at board meeting want Clark gone after insensitive comment about Somali families
Keiser state bill caps insulin costs at $35 per month
Inslee signs legislation; Congress has yet to pass any federal cost controls
Zandria Michaud to run for reelection to Kent City Council
Voters elected her to four-year term in 2019
Four new crosswalks with flashing beacons in Kent under construction
Improvements along SE 240th Street, 104th Avenue SE and Central Avenue North
Kent Police investigate homicide at homeless encampment
Man, 54, had obvious trauma to his head; found in 10900 block of SE 256th Street