Haley Ausbun

Photos by Alika Jenner.

Event to push Benson Hill family center to the endzone

The second annual Doug Baldwin Combine event is coming up

Photos by Alika Jenner.
Photos from the viral video of two Renton women surprising their stepfather with changing their last names to his on Father’s Day, Sunday June 16.

They wanted to honor their step-dad, then it went viral

Video of a Renton family on Father’s Day has been seen by over 10 million viewers

Photos from the viral video of two Renton women surprising their stepfather with changing their last names to his on Father’s Day, Sunday June 16.
Courtesy of City of Renton. Reverend James Barnett of Still Waters Ministries and The Reverend Dr. Linda Smith of SKY Urban Empowerment Center accept the Juneteenth proclamation at the June 17, 2019, Renton City Council Meeting.

Moving foward by looking to the past

Renton recognizes Juneteenth for the second year

Courtesy of City of Renton. Reverend James Barnett of Still Waters Ministries and The Reverend Dr. Linda Smith of SKY Urban Empowerment Center accept the Juneteenth proclamation at the June 17, 2019, Renton City Council Meeting.

Budget troubles on the horizon for Renton schools

Shortfalls could mean future changes to staff and district spending

Photo courtesy of United Christian Church in Renton, groups came together to fix the damage Monday, only to have another attack on the doors two days later.

They tried to knock them down, but the doors remain

Update: A second round of damage is now being investigated as possible arson/explosion.

Photo courtesy of United Christian Church in Renton, groups came together to fix the damage Monday, only to have another attack on the doors two days later.

Stabbing at Cheers Bar & Grill motive unknown

The Renton Police Department released its preliminary findings on the case, where an officer shot and killed the stabbing suspect.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The fence now has woven with colorful privacy tape, plaques containing six languages and over 100 symbols that were created by students and residents in the Sunset neighborhood.

“A fence that unites” – City dedicates new Sunset Boulevard art

Tape weaving in a fence on Sunset Boulevard finished over the weekend

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The fence now has woven with colorful privacy tape, plaques containing six languages and over 100 symbols that were created by students and residents in the Sunset neighborhood.

Teen suspect in Renton rape may be charged as an adult

Charging documents outline how police investigated and arrested the suspect

Stabbing at Cheers Bar & Grill results in officer shots fired, one deceased.

This story will be updated as more information is available.

Renton center to host gala to support local addiction rehab center

Seattle Metro Campus, in Renton creates faith-based recovery programs for drug and alcohol addiction.

Renton man says shooting was “a dominance thing”

Wendell Wilson faces murder charges after shooting his daughter during an argument

Taking Renton’s students to new heights

Free pilot’s license classes helps students gain confidence

Renton has Pride, finally

After many years of little events, the city and local groups create Pride events

City council decides to slow its roll on 20 mph changes

City considers pilot programs, or other methods, than a large rollout

They could have met Mickey, but chose to help others

Hazen High School students spend time volunteering over fun at Disney World

Police report homicide in Renton

A woman in her 40s was killed in a domestic violence situation in Renton on Monday, June 10, Renton Police say. Police responded to a… Continue reading

Photo by Haley Ausbun.

Police beat firefighters, but local nonprofit is the winner

First Responders Bowl raises money for I Am Lionhardt

Photo by Haley Ausbun.
Angela Sheffey-Bogan

Renton educator honored by alma mater

Angela Sheffey-Bogan is being recognized as the 2019 Distinguished Alumna for Highline College.

Angela Sheffey-Bogan
2016 volunteer Carol Abrahamson helps sort food at the Salvation Army Renton Rotary Food bank. From the Renton Reporter archives.

Salvation Army calls on residents to volunteer

Bodies needed to make sure regular free dinners go smoothly

2016 volunteer Carol Abrahamson helps sort food at the Salvation Army Renton Rotary Food bank. From the Renton Reporter archives.

Engineers try to get ahead of construction smell in Renton

Large wastewater treatment pipe project underway, could cause an odor