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The commissioners last month decided to hire David Perkins of Renton, who has about 25 years aquatics and recreation experience, as the aquatics manager to oversee pool operations and staff. The district's executive director is Jennafer Price Cargill.
The teen had been "jumped" in the parking lot, where someone in a dark-colored Chevrolet Impala fired at him, according to Tukwila Police. The Impala tried to run him over.
A Tukwila teenager was stabbed in the chest late Wednesday afternoon, suffering a life-threatening wound, and his attacker was quickly apprehended, according to the Tukwila Police Department. UPDATE: He's in serious condition.
"We all lost someone very special this week. Jason loved to help people, whether at work or home. The love and continued support of the community and our fire service family is so evident to me, and is a strong testament to how many lives have been influenced by such a great man," Sandy Karwhite, wife of firefighter Jason Karwhite who was killed in a motorcycle accident Saturday.
The Salal Credit Union at the corner of Strander Boulevard and West Valley Highway was robbed of a "modest amount" of cash late Monday afternoon, according to the Tukwila Police Department.
Next up for the Bulldogs is the 3-1 Renton Indians, at 7 p.m. Friday (Oct. 3) at Foster, what Coach Matt Leonard calls a "huge game" for both teams.
A suspect, described as a 40-year-old white male, arrived at about 4:20 p.m. in a white Toyota pickup truck at the home in the 4000 block of South 150th Street. He entered the home, shot the victim, then fled in the truck with a second white male, according to police.
David Perkins of Renton, who spent 13 years as recreation coordinator for the City of Renton, will be in charge of pool operations, hiring and training staff, programming and minor maintenance at the pool next to Foster High School.
The Foster High girls soccer team has been gaining momentum in the early matches of the season, says first-year coach Ray Schriber, a Foster math teacher who last year assisted the Showalter team.
Demolition of the Circuit City building is planned for late October and the project is scheduled for completion in spring 2017. The Washington Place project is anticipated to create more than 1,600 jobs.
Foster High School, the community and Foster alumni will mark the anniversary throughout the year, including at a special event on March 21 for alumni and anyone else who feels a special connection to Foster.
The 418,000-square-foot, $120 million Washington Place will include 370 market-rate apartments, a 189-room, business-class hotel and a 90-seat restaurant. It will have a rooftop garden, clubhouse and fitness facility.
An expert in how to involve families and the community in their local schools is the lead-off speaker Wednesday (Sept. 24) in the Tukwila School District's Intercultural Speaker Series.
The former chief executive officer of an energy company headquartered in Tukwila pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Seattle to two counts of securities fraud, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
King County and organizations such as DuwamishAlive! offer opportunities to view these returning sockeye, chinook, coho and chum. And DuwamishAlive! is sponsoring volunteer habitat restoration projects along the Green River.
The Tukwila Metropolitan Park District Board of Commissioners Tuesday evening will consider the candidates for aquatics manager of the Tukwila Pool.
The prospect of serving 400 sips of coffee doesn’t faze Zaid Kidane of Tukwila, who is providing just some of the tastes of the world at the Taste of Tukwila Friday, Sept. 19, at Foster High School.
The Rainier Symphony kicks off its new season Oct. 11-12 with classics by Mendelssohn, Mahler and Rachmaninoff at Foster High School.
Online services on the City of Tukwila website are expected to be completely restored next week following a "critical failure" Sept. 5 of information technology infrastructure.
The Meydenbauer Center convention center in Bellevue hosted the supply drive this summer, prompted by employee Mickey Phillips of Tukwila, whose daughter Alexia is a fifth grader at Cascade View.