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Ten more children and their single mom or dad now have a place to call home in the Renton Highlands if they must flee an abusive relationship.
They’ve learned to wrangle yeast and make a fine meal of wild king salmon and crab-stuffed prawns.
When it comes to public safety, no one is looking the other way, not Mayor Denis Law and certainly not the Police Department.
It’s the oldest piece of advice from those who want everyone to have a good – and safe – time on the water.
A young couple was killed in a single-car accident at about 10 p.m. Tuesday in the Benson Hill area.
Hundreds of walkers will take to the Cedar River Trail Sunday to raise money to fight hunger locally and in about 80 countries worldwide.
The Valley Medical Center Board of Commissioners will continue meeting at 3:30 p.m., after voting on Monday to rescind a decision to meet at 6 p.m. that effectively could have resulted in the resignation of one of its newest members.
There’s a new street name in town. It’s Seahawks Way.
A 74-year-old Renton man stabbed multiple times Thursday evening in downtown Renton is recovering from his wounds, while Renton police investigate the events leading to the attack – starting with the robbery of a cell phone.
Supporters of the Renton School District’s $150 million construction bond measure are putting on a final push this weekend to get voters to mail in their ballots.
The discovery of a human jawbone in the Renton Highlands last Thursday may go down as an historical mystery.
The driver of a 2002 Acura that crashed into an apartment complex on Talbot Road South in December, resulting in the death a passenger, has been charged with vehicular homicide.
The Cedar River is running at unusually high levels for this time of year as the City of Seattle opens up space in the Chester Morse Reservoir in the Cascades to store runoff from a huge mountain snowpack.
Renton’s veterans will remember those who died in the service of their country this Monday, Memorial Day.
Sue Tiffany needed some help maintaining the yard of her good friend, Avalee Graves, who was in failing health.
This weekend’s heat has brought the seasonal calls for safe use of the region’s rivers and the City of Renton’s swimming pools and beaches.
Important pieces of mail have been arriving in the mailboxes of voters in the Renton School District.
The first test of the new HOT lanes on State Route 167 – at least from the commuters’ standpoint – came Monday morning.