Customers lined up outside the 85°C Bakery Cafe in Tukwila when it opened on Feb. 24. The opening of the Taiwanese bakery chain’s first Washington location at Westfield Southcenter was the most read story of the year on TukwilaReporter.com. Heidi Sanders, Tukwila Reporter

Customers lined up outside the 85°C Bakery Cafe in Tukwila when it opened on Feb. 24. The opening of the Taiwanese bakery chain’s first Washington location at Westfield Southcenter was the most read story of the year on TukwilaReporter.com. Heidi Sanders, Tukwila Reporter

Tukwila Reporter’s most viewed web stories for 2017

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

Here are the most read stories on the Tukwila Reporter website in 2017, according to analytics tracking:

1. 85°C Bakery Cafe opens first Washington location in Tukwila – Feb. 24 (4.3K views)

2. Tukwila selects sites for public safety facilities – Nov. 10 (1.2K views)

3. Uber opens Greenlight Hub in Tukwila to support drivers – Nov. 14, 2016 (1.1K views)

4. Uber partners with Sound Transit, cities to offer discounts on rides to, from light rail stations – Sept. 5 (1K views)

5. Sea-Tac Airport adds three more stations to fill water bottles – Feb. 27, 2014| (930 views)

6. Former Tukwila Mayor Steve Mullet dies – July 24 (836 views)

7. 180th Street Bridge in Tukwila closes for maintenance on Friday, Sept. 22 – Sept. 20 (819 views)

8. Impact Public Schools to open charter school in Tukwila next year – Nov. 13 (807 views)

9. Community shows support for Tukwila students – Feb. 10 (770 views)

10. Man shot on Tukwila International Boulevard – June 27 (756 views)

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