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Oberto celebrated its 100 year anniversary with a special guest cashier.
“Imagine that you’re at home one day, you’re in your bed asleep and you hear a knock at the door. When your mom opens the… Continue reading
Fire stations from around the area all come together to pass out jackets to kids in need of them.
King County Sheriff and animal control give tips on animal safety during the hot weather
The camp gives girls the opportunity to gain experience in technology and see if it is something they want to do more in the future.
Maple Valley is trying to partner with Renton to bring the Ironman competition to Washington.
The hotel is the tallest building in Tukwila at 19 stories high.
The team won their second game of the season against Evergreen High School on April 3.
The Seattle Storm Basketball team came to the Renton Community Center on March 27 to practice with the Renton Special Olympic athletes.
These bills are intended to improve participation and representation in the Washington elections.
Beni Bryant, 13, has a chance of winning about $20,000 and a record deal.
GriefShare gives people tools to mourn loved ones
The Dillon S. Reagan Hammer Award honors the late-husband of a Risdon Middle School teacher.
Passion for the game and helping kids achieve their goals are what kept one soccer coach around for 34 years. Leon Louis-Jeune, 66, started playing… Continue reading
After winning its first league game of the year over Kentlake Dec. 6, the Hazen Highlanders have struggled. The Highlanders boys basketball team is on… Continue reading
The Highlanders are in fifth place in the North Puget Sound League 4A Cascade Division.
Lakeside Industries is proposing to move an asphalt plant from its Covington location to Highway 169.
The comment period is open to the public from now until Nov. 24.
Local mother and daughter recount the story of the Oct. 1 Las Vegas mass shooting.
RHS hosted River Ridge on Sept. 21 at Hazen High School’s pool.