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Westbound traffic is shut down at 140th Way Southeast and and Maple Valley Highway.
According an OSPI report, there were 506 homeless students during the 2015-2016 year.
The annual Daddy Daughter Dance took place on Feb. 10 at Renton Community Center.
Suspect tried to enter SoundEnd Auto Wrecking on Wednesday morning.
The dialogue series is an opportunity to talk about “very important and under discussed” issues.
LeAnn Whitney is participating in the Seattle Polar Plunge for the fourth time this year.
Sound Transit is moving ahead with their plans to purchase former Sound Ford site.
In a statement, Law said city employees and police do not check the immigration status of residents.
Zach Cezar, who underwent surgery for optic glioma, was surprised with a trip the NHL All-Star game.
Renton and Lindbergh faced off Tuesday for the final regular season match.…
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Students across RSD commemorated the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. last week.
Talbot Hill Elementary MicroSociety inaugurated its newest set of student leaders last week.
Two male suspects stole gold and diamonds on Jan. 7 from Gold and Silver Traders.
Renton Police Department had their hands full right before New Year’s Day as reports came in about a drive-by shooting and car chase that turned into an accident.
This week’s blotter includes a suspect who shoots a gun inside a Metro bus and an AM PM robbery.
This week’s blotter includes fraudulent money at a casino, a purse snatch and an armed robbery.
RSD found a “gray area” in the proposed boundary that affected 19 families for the next school year.
RPD is seeking public assistance to identify suspects in the Dec. 21 hookah lounge shooting.
This bell-ringing Santa says that before prison, he used to be a taker, not a giver.
Officer Kerkhoff is building relationships with Renton High students through pizza and chit-chat.
This week’s blotter includes an insistent TV thief and a regular (but perhaps dangerous) shoplifter.
Don’t be fooled if it’s partly sunny on Saturday. There’s still a chance of snow fall.
PTA raising money to send “Reflections” program winner to Washington, D.C. for awards ceremony.
Faisal Guled Adan was arrested after fatally shooting 27-year-old Ahmed Mohamed Sheikah
Fewer bell-ringing volunteers and empty shelves as holidays near cause concern
The city is putting on its Santa Hat and fulfilling Christmas miracles for two local services.
Schools across RSD participated in a program that taught students computer coding and programming.
Rebuilding Together Seattle helped repair three Renton residents’s homes in time for winter.
It’s going to be a cloudy Saturday with likely showers. High near 44 and low around 39.
The clothes bank has to vacate their downtown spot by Dec. 31. They haven’t found a new location yet.
Danil Zinovyev of Renton stars in Emerald Ballet Theater’s “The Nutcracker” as the Nutcracker.
National Weather Service is calling for a low of 30 on Monday evening with a chance of snow showers.
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park lit up the dark sky on Dec. 2 at the annual Ivar’s Clam Lights.
Proceeds from sale of five-song recording will benefit marching band
The National Weather Service is calling for likely snow showers on Sunday and Monday.
It’s going to be a cloudy Saturday with likely rain. High near 49 and low around 40.
Karate teacher Andrew Ratliff stars in the new feature-length movie “Loss.”