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Water safety is top priority at the Tukwila Pool

By Michelle Simpson Did you know that here at the Tukwila Pool, all of our swim lesson instructors are certified Water Safety Instructors through the… Continue reading

 

Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce announces award nominees

Honors will be presented to local businesses at Feb. 9 luncheon.

 

Suspect arrested after human remains found in Tukwila

Major Crime Unit is investigating the case as a homicide.

Port of Seattle expands its efforts to combat human trafficking

Enhanced training and public awareness will be part of the program.

Tukwila seeks applicants for new Port of Seattle community committee

Residents interested in serving on SEA Stakeholder Advisory Round Table need to apply by Jan. 22.

Academy Schools partners with Northwest Harvest to help end hunger

Empty Bowls is from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 23, at the Northwest Harvest Kent Warehouse, 22220 68th Ave. S.

Woman injured in Christmas day house fire dies | UPDATE

A woman injured in a Tukwila house fire on Christmas night has died. The Tukwila Fire Department will continue working with Tukwila Police to determine… Continue reading

Tukwila Reporter’s most viewed web stories for 2017

The opening of the 85°C Bakery Cafe was the top online article.

Sound Transit looks to expand paid parking permits to solo drivers

Riders could pay for spots at Tukwila light rail and Sounder stations.

Sounder game day trains will run Sunday for Seahawks

Two trains will stop in Kent

Mobile crane crashes on I-5 in Tukwila

Accident by Southcenter caused 5-mile backups northbound.

Woman injured in house fire on Christmas day

Firefighters and paramedics revived the woman and rescued a dog from the Tukwila home.

King County Metro will usher in 2018 with free rides on New Year’s Eve

People celebrating or working late will also be able to take the Seattle Streetcar for free.

Highline College’s Black and Brown Male Summit empowers young men

Back in 2009, I joined with some of my college colleagues to create the Black and Brown Male Summit, inspired by one we had attended… Continue reading

Museum of Flight seeks student, teacher application for STEM summer programs

The Museum of Flight in Tukwila is accepting applications for its STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education programs through Feb. 16. The Western Aerospace… Continue reading

Community service was an integral part of the Nelsen family and helped shaped the Tukwila area.

Nelsen family has history of civic spirit

Bloodworks Northwest seeks donations following train derailment

Emergency makes huge demands on community blood supply

BECU announces 2017 People Helping People Awards

Nonprofits honored for making a difference in the community