Life

A fan of “The Simpsons” or not, you’ll want to get a hold of “Springfield Confidential”

On any other day, you’d scream to sleep in. But Saturday mornings were different: you were up sometimes before the sun, cereal in-bowl, TV on… Continue reading

City Fruit brings harvest to South King County

City Fruit partnered with the International Rescue Committee to expand their services to other South King County cities.

  • Jul 9, 2018

My Favorite Martins

Steve Martin and Martin Short discuss bringing their two-man comedy extravaganza back to Seattle.

‘Bearskin’ is a thriller like no other

Sometimes, you just need to get away. Out of your element, far from the usual. A change of scenery is called-for, a temporary life unlike… Continue reading

Photos can represent good, bad memories

The picture reminds you of a thousand things. You recall the day it was taken: the smell of the air, the background sounds, food and… Continue reading

Public health and medical community pledge to decrease gun violence | Public Health Insider

In 2016, 663 adults and 20 children died from a firearm injury in Washington state, including 144 adults and 7 children from King County.

  • Jun 25, 2018
Seventh graders from Showalter Middle School speak with Port of Seattle’s intern, Aidin Montefisher and water quality and program manager from King County, Julia Yen, about their project.

Showalter Middle School kids get a taste of park design

The Port of Seattle teamed up with Educurious to give students a chance to design their own park.

Seventh graders from Showalter Middle School speak with Port of Seattle’s intern, Aidin Montefisher and water quality and program manager from King County, Julia Yen, about their project.

Namaste Farm Stand grand opening

The grand opening was June 13 at the Tukwila Village Plaza.

Old cow path nearly blocked freeway construction

In the late 1960s, the state of Washington issued contracts to build Interstate 405 through Tukwila connecting Renton to Interstate 5. As with many large… Continue reading

  • Jun 21, 2018

Otter poop has the inside scoop

Researchers at the Woodland Park Zoo have been examining otter scat to measure the amount of pollutants in the Duwamish River, along with other parts of Washington.

This book, like change, is a good thing

Change, they say, is good. It’s the opportunity for growth. It’s a chance to take a breath, reassess, reconfigure. It makes the landscape look fresh;… Continue reading

Spoilers ahead: Season two did not disappoint

Diving into the new episodes of the Netflix hit.

You’ll enjoy ‘Us Against You’ more if you read the prequel

You’re going down. Down, defeated, beaten, and sent home. You’re losing, not winning, and you need to know how it happened so it won’t happen… Continue reading

Photo from the Museum of Flight

Free admission for dads on Father’s Day

The Museum of Flight will let dads and their kids in for free on Father’s Day.

  • Jun 8, 2018
Photo from the Museum of Flight

‘Born to Fish’ will hook you in

It was not your typical romance. She fell for the first line you fed her and she played hard-to-get, but she was a beauty and… Continue reading

Secure Your Load Day encourages everyone do their part, improve road safety

Properly secured loads saves lives, keeps roadways safe and free of litter

  • Jun 5, 2018

‘West Like Lightning’ will get your stamp of approval

Click. No stamps. And: email sent. You didn’t have to hunt an envelope down, and no trip to the mailbox; within a minute or so,… Continue reading

This political biography is unlike any others

Sometimes, it’s good to take account. You’ll know where you stand when you do. You’ll see achievements clearly, and re-hash disappointments. You can plan the… Continue reading

Foster students speak up

Graduating seniors from Foster High School will present projects they did about community issues as part of a project requirement.

  • May 22, 2018

Free music program opens for kids in Tukwila

The program focuses on keyboard piano lessons and is for kids ages 8 to 13 years old.