Renton Reporter Staff

Deputies seeking suspect who exposed himself to teenager

The suspect, a white male, was seen in a late-90s silver Lexus on Southeast 261st Street

UPDATE (3:45 p.m.): Power restored to Renton and Skyway areas affected by outage

Car hitting power pole in Renton caused outage

Sheriff, county council unveil memorial for fallen deputies

Sixteen remembered and honored during Friday ceremony

December Youth of the Month | RENTON ROTARY

Rotary Club of Renton has selected their Youth of the Month for December

Keep your home safe from fire this holiday season

Fire marshall offers tips for trees, lights and decorations.

Metro offering special service to Seahawks game

Regular transit ridersshould be prepared for crowds, traffic and likely delays near event areas.

Liberty plays for the state championship on Saturday

Patriots take on Archbishop Murphy in a battle of the undefeated teams at 1 p.m. in Tacoma.

REMINDER: Annual Clam Lights opening night is tonight

Mayor Denis law will flip the switch at 7 p.m.; lights open nightly through Jan. 1

Renton athletes recognized for academics

The Hazen Girls Cross Country Team placed first among the district’s teams with a combined 3.8 GPA.

I-405/SR167 corridor meeting set for Tuesday in Renton

The I-405/SR 167 Executive Advisory Group will discuss next steps for the I-405 Master Plan.

Trenchers hosting Toy Drive with Kam Chancellor on Friday

Guests are asked to bring and donate safe, non-violent toys for boys and girls.

Boeing calls WTO ruling on tax subsidies a ‘complete victory’

The WTO today rejected almost all challenges to the European Union’s Washington state tax incentives.

November Teachers of the Month | RENTON ROTARY

Renton Rotary selects Teachers of the Month for November

WSP plans DUI emphasis on Black Friday

Plan ahead and make this a safe Holiday Season.

REMINDER: Tree lighting and Santa arrival is this Saturday

Annual event is part of Small Business Saturday downtown.

Metro service affected by Thanksgiving weekend events

Holiday and events will disrupt normal bus schedules through Sunday

Tips to keep you kitchen fire-free this holiday

Most home cooking fires are the result of the range or stove being left unattended.

Don’t let holiday traffic detour your turkey day

WSDOT is encouraging drivers to plan ahead and is offering travel tips

Ride the bus to this weekend’s football games

Metro offering special service to Huskies and Seahawks.

Sheriff’s Department planning DUI emphasis for this weekend

Two arrests were made during a similar emphasis in October.