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A residential electrical panel caught fire; there were no injuries.
To live a century is an impressive accomplishment. To live 100 years as Ed DeLong Sr. is the story of life lived to the fullest.
The smoke-filled room of medical marijuana legislation in Olympia will continue to be shrouded in haze.
I have been drawn to stories of place for some reason since I was a kid.
When I left home Tuesday morning the wind was blowing. For most places around the Puget Sound, that is not necessarily a big deal, but in Enumclaw we take notice. The wind really knows how to blow in that tow
A call for a replay of a few legal calls was on the table at the Valley Medical Center Board of Commissioners meeting Monday in Renton.
Seattle Thunderbirds take on the Kamloops Blazers at the ShoWare Center.
The Seattle Thunderbirds take on Portland at the ShoWare Center. Puck drops at 7:05 p.m.
Tukwila Police arrested a 27-year-old SeaTac man for allegedly attempting to lure a 13-year-old Tukwila girl into his car at 3 p.m. today, Jan. 27.
A life-long passion for cars past and present has led Mike West along a very interesting road over the past five decades.
The Seattle Thunderbirds host the Kamloops Blazers at the ShoWare Center tonight.
The Seattle Thunderbirds take on Portland at the ShoWare Center tonight.
Some of us know how to take it easy. Ron Harmon, who retired from the Kent City Council after two terms, is less visible these days, but he has not exactly put the engine in neutral.
Homelessness – it is a word, a tragedy and an issue that reflects the complex problems facing our region, state and nation.
The Seattle Thunderbirds host the Moose Jaw Warriors a the ShoWare Center. The puck drops at 7:35 p.m.
Christmas stories are a tradition in many families. You hear of folks talk about watching Frank Capra’s “It’s a Wonderful Life” every year.
The 2011 political season is one I will not soon forget. It ranks up there as one of the most interesting I have been involved in for several years.
The Seattle Thunderbirds hosts Prince George at the ShoWare Center. The game begins at 7:35 p.m.
I started thinking about food today, probably because of Thanksgiving — the great American food day of the year.
If there is a perfect match it may have been formed when Tukwila hired David Cline as the new city administrator. “This is great,” Cline said during a phone interview. “I really feel like this is a good fit.”
Seattle Thunderbirds host the Portland Winterhawks at 7 p.m. at the ShoWare Center. Portland is riding a six game winning streak. The T-Birds beat the Tri-City Americans last night 3-0 at the ShoWare.
If there is single name that embodies all of the best Tukwila was and is today, it is Mrs. Louise Strander.
Tukwila found its treasure for 2011 – Mike West. West, 66, owned Southtowne Auto Rebuild on Tukwila International Boulevard for 39 years.
I can certainly tell the political season has entered the full bore mental twilight zone. Calls have been coming in at the office that in other situations I would consider the person partially paranoid, suspiciously psychotic or the more technical term — political-campaign nuts.
Incumbent Dennis Robertson and challenger Abshir Mahamed are the candidates for Tukwila City Council Position No. 4.
The race for Tukwila mayor in the Nov. 8 election is between current mayor Jim Haggerton and challenger Pam Linder, a former Tukwila City Council member.
‘Just because they have it doesn’t mean they should spend it’ and those darn numbers | Editor’s Note
Numbers, they can make everyone’s life miserable. Adding and subtracting numbers has been torturing young kids through adults for thousands of years, and it continues to this day.
An amateur radio club is forming in Tukwila that will both be fun and provide an essential service for the city during emergency events. Mark Lium has put together the Tukwila Radio Club (a tentative name) for amateur radio operators.
Evergreen at Foster Football | Slide Show
The political wind machine is shifting into high gear with about a month before the election verdicts are handed down from the voters.
The Seattle Thunderbirds host Victoria at the ShoWare Center at 7p.m. Game being played in honor of breast cancer awareness. The ice is pink.
The Tukwila Police Department like all agencies in the region is looking at a changing landscape of shrinking funds and a troubled economy. It is a town with diverse communities and big city crime in a small city setting.
State Supreme Court rules on health care and land appeal cases involving Attorney General Rob McKenna
A couple of interesting state Supreme Court decisions today prompted a telephone press conference by Attorney General Rob McKenna.
An increase in gang violence in the past months in Kent and the surrounding area prompted the King County Council and executive to find some answers to the problem.
After three decades of government service, Steve Lancaster, Tukwila’s city administrator, decided to open a new chapter in his life.
If you have an idea for a special drink there is a contest waiting for you. The Kent Downtown Partnership will be featuring the Wine, Women and Wow! event from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 and the Kent Reporter and the KDP are launching a signature drink recipe and naming contest to start the festivities early.
A 32-year-old Tukwila man was involved in an accident in Colusa, Calif where a Fresno, Calif. man was killed after being struck by several vehicles after running into Interstate-5 traffic according to The Colusa County Sun- Herald.
Edward Gibbon wrote in the “Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire” the two most important elements of war are “caution and vigilance.” For some reason the line popped into my brain the other day when I was driving to work when I probably should have been thinking about cinnamon rolls or brownies with white chocolate chips inside.
The Tukwila City Council appears poised to roll the dice once again on the casino issue. The council passed Ordinance 2323 in February requiring mini-casinos or social card rooms to close by Jan. 1, 2016.
Tukwila police officers responded to an armed robbery call at 3:15 a.m. today, Aug. 1.