Kayse Angel

Man struck and killed by train

The Seattle man was showing signs of suicidal behavior prior to the incident, according to Tukwila PD.

 

Photo courtesy of the Tukwila School District
                                Workers place turf on the new ballfields at Foster High School.
                                Submitted photo from the Tukwila School District

Construction began January at Foster, Showalter

All construction is estimated to be done in a year

 

Chick-Fil-A set to open in Tukwila

The grand opening of the restaurant is on Jan. 31.

 

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Seawolves win season, home opener 20-18

In front of a sold out crowd, the Seawolves beat the Glendale Raptors Sunday at Starfire Stadium.

Photos by Kayse Angel
Photos by Kayse Angel

Bulldogs beat No.1 team in league

The Foster High School boys basketball team dominated the Renton High School Indians in a competitive game on Friday, Jan. 18. The Bulldogs won 80-55,… Continue reading

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Photo courtesy of the Seawolves

Seawolves are game ready

The Seattle based rugby team has been prepping for their second ever season.

Photo courtesy of the Seawolves

Mayor Ekberg announces bid for reelection

He is in his fourth year of being mayor the city of Tukwila.

Students advance in Samsung STEM contest

Two Foster High School students are participating in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.

The Shop With A Cop event took place on Dec. 8 at Target. Photo from Tukwila Police Department Facebook.

Shop With A Cop is another success

The Tukwila Police Department hosted Shop With A Cop on Dec. 8 to provide gifts for kids and their families.

The Shop With A Cop event took place on Dec. 8 at Target. Photo from Tukwila Police Department Facebook.
A screenshot of a section of the 2019 Business License Fee Application, which can be found at <a href="http://www.tukwilawa.gov/wp-content/uploads/Fin-BL-Business-License-Application-2019.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.tukwilawa.gov/wp-content/uploads/Fin-BL-Business-License-Application-2019.pdf</a>.

City council passes business license fee increase

The new amount will be a phased in increase, which will begin in 2019.

A screenshot of a section of the 2019 Business License Fee Application, which can be found at <a href="http://www.tukwilawa.gov/wp-content/uploads/Fin-BL-Business-License-Application-2019.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.tukwilawa.gov/wp-content/uploads/Fin-BL-Business-License-Application-2019.pdf</a>.
Alex Zaputil sailing upwind during a sailboat racing competition. Submitted photo from Vanessa Zaputil

Online schooling for one tidal wave of a kid

Alex Zaputil is a student in Tukwila who has decided to take online schooling to pursue his dreams in sailboat racing.

Alex Zaputil sailing upwind during a sailboat racing competition. Submitted photo from Vanessa Zaputil

A step closer to closing education gap for black students

A local organization in the Seattle area called Black Education Strategy Roundtable (BESR) is trying to close the achievement gap for students of color. According… Continue reading

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Seahawk meats the fan

Oberto celebrated its 100 year anniversary with a special guest cashier.

Photos by Kayse Angel
Photos by Kayse Angel

Lettuce, do our best to keep Tukwila’s parks healthy

Green Tukwila Day took place on Oct. 6 at Tukwila Park and had over 50 volunteers attend.

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Ray Ellison, far right, and another Fiddlers band member perform Oct. 9 at the Tukwila Community Center. Photo by Kayse Angel

You’re never too old to start something new

A local Tukwila community member has been performing music for seniors at the Tukwila Community Center for at least 22 years.

Ray Ellison, far right, and another Fiddlers band member perform Oct. 9 at the Tukwila Community Center. Photo by Kayse Angel
Photos by Kayse Angel

Operation Warm: More than just a coat

Fire stations from around the area all come together to pass out jackets to kids in need of them.

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Deputy Chief Jon Napier speaks to the press about the Look. Listen. Learn. Contest.

Look. Listen. Learn.

Puget Sound Fire celebrates Fire Prevention Week by holding a contest and creating two new forms of non-emergency contacts.

Deputy Chief Jon Napier speaks to the press about the Look. Listen. Learn. Contest.

Tukwila’s first charter school is now open

The school currently has about 180 students enrolled in it.

New deputy chief named at police department

Deputy Chief Eric Drever has been with the department for about 24 years, but took over as deputy chief Sept. 1.

Photo by Kayse Angel

Students, staff return to the classroom following strike

School officially started for students on Sept. 10.

Photo by Kayse Angel