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Foster plays Fife Tuesday night in first game of basketball postseason

The Foster boys basketball team takes its 8-6 Seamount League record into the postseason with a subdistrict game against Fife today (Tuesday) in Tacoma.

Fire forces six from home in Seatac Monday morning

Six people were forced from their house in Seatac Monday morning by a fire, according to the Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority.

Tukwila to remember legacy of Paul and Betty Gully with Gully Gardens

"Betty and Paul believed that creating a community is like tending a garden, and that a community, like a garden, requires constant care and attention, and Betty and Paul were always there to provide that care and attention."

Cold to stick around; maybe some snow will fall in Tukwila

The lows will continue to dip into the teens to 20s and the highs will only reach into the mid 30s, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle.

12th man close to sacking the transportation system on way to Seahawks parade

Travel to the Seahawks victory parade in Seattle is challenging the region's transportation system.

Cold temps, warm hearts for the Seattle Seahawks Wednesday

The victory parade for the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks begins at 11 a.m. just south of the Seattle Center at Denny Way. Sound Transit to add trains to get parade-goers to and from Seattle.

World champ Seattle Seahawks to touch down at Sea-Tac today; roads close near VMAC

The NFL champion Seattle Seahawks are scheduled to touch down at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport at 4:30 p.m. Monday, to a crowd of adoring media. Fans won't have access to the arrival at the airport, as the team will board buses between two hangars south of the terminal.

Yukon cold is headed for Tukwila; records could fall

Cold air flowing out of the Yukon holds a good chance of breaking cold-temperature records this week, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle.

Tukwila City Council to consider vacating 41st Avenue for Tukwila Village

Following a public hearing Jan. 27, the Tukwila City Council will officially consider Monday night (Feb. 3) vacating 41st Avenue South in the Tukwila Village development.

Never-give-up Bulldogs beat Renton 69-68 in frenzied final minutes

"It feels great," said senior wing Max Montoya of making the game-winning basket the secured the game for Foster. "We never gave up."

Tukwila officer injured when cruiser hit by stolen truck on Seattle bridge

A Tukwila Police officer was injured Thursday evening when his police cruiser was rammed by a stolen truck on the West Seattle Bridge in Seattle, according to the Tukwila Police Department.

Vietnamese community to celebrate new church in Tukwila, Lunar New Year

Starting this week, the Vietnamese community of the Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle will gather in Tukwila to worship in their own language.

Inquest ordered into fatal shooting at Cash and Carry food store in Tukwila

King County Executive Dow Constantine Monday ordered an inquest into the fatal shooting of D’Angelo Davis by Tukwila police on Dec. 7.

Joan Hernandez is new president of the Tukwila Historical Society

The Tukwila Historical Society has elected new officers.

Tukwila Pool is working hard to get more people into the water

2014 is shaping up as a year to move forward for the Tukwila Pool and build upon the already-established programs. The board of the Tukwila Pool Metropolitan Parks District recently adopted a budget that sets aside $50,000 a year for future capital improvements.

State trooper injured when hit by wrong-way driver on I-5 in Tukwila

A 19-year-old Tacoma woman driving the wrong way on Interstate 5 early Friday morning in Tukwila hit one car, then traveled on, hitting a state trooper's cruiser.

If you’re going to steal clothes, don’t wear them in public, woman discovers

A 28-year-old Burien woman was booked into the King County Jail Thursday after she was spotted – by the victim herself – wearing the clothes she had stolen just a day before.

13 applicants apply for Tukwila’s sole marijuana retail store | A who and where

Thirteen applicants have applied to become the only retail outlet for legalized marijuana in Tukwila. Only eight of the 38 Tukwila applications are located in a Heavy Industrial Zone or in the Tukwila Valley South zone that allow marijuana uses under the Tukwila Municipal Code, according to the city.

Northbound I-5 reopens in Seattle; here’s where to keep an eye on traffic before game

All lanes on northbound I-5 between South Spokane Street and the Washington State Convention Center reopened at about 9 a.m. Sunday, following a maintenance project.

Tukwila man now charged with vehicular homicide in SR 509 crash

A 24-year-old Tukwila man charged in connection with a Dec. 18 multiple-vehicle collision on SR-509 was charged Wednesday with vehicular homicide after one of the victims in the collision died last week.

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