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Woman believed she was stalked by Facebook friend | KCSO BLOTTER

Woman believed she was stalked by Facebook friend | KCSO BLOTTER

The police report stated the two had been Facebook friends since 2012 but had never met in person.

Woman believed she was stalked by Facebook friend | KCSO BLOTTER
Renton Indians snap two game losing streak, beat River Ridge at home | PHOTO GALLERY

Renton Indians snap two game losing streak, beat River Ridge at home | PHOTO GALLERY

The girl’s soccer team are 2-1-0 in league play and 2-2-0 overall to start the season.

Renton Indians snap two game losing streak, beat River Ridge at home | PHOTO GALLERY
Lindbergh Eagles start season 0-2 | PHOTO GALLERY

Lindbergh Eagles start season 0-2 | PHOTO GALLERY

The girl’s volleyball team lost its first two matches at home

Lindbergh Eagles start season 0-2 | PHOTO GALLERY
Fairwood Albertsons closes its door again

Fairwood Albertsons closes its door again

The store closed Sept. 9.

Fairwood Albertsons closes its door again
Renton Police investigate shooting at hookah bar.                                Courtesy photo

Two men shot at Renton hookah bar | Renton Police investigating

Officers responded to report of more than 30 shots fired at bar.

Renton Police investigate shooting at hookah bar.                                Courtesy photo
Driver claims to be “sovereign citizen” | KCSO BLOTTER

Driver claims to be “sovereign citizen” | KCSO BLOTTER

VEHICLE LICENSE VIOLATIONS • On Aug. 19 officers observed a vehicle driving without license plates. Upon contact with the driver it was determined the suspect… Continue reading

Driver claims to be “sovereign citizen” | KCSO BLOTTER
Sweet, savory cold soups to enjoy on warm summer days | In The Kitchen

Sweet, savory cold soups to enjoy on warm summer days | In The Kitchen

Grab a copy of this week’s Reporter for three quick and easy cold soup recipes. Reporter Heidi Sanders went the sweet route and made a… Continue reading

Sweet, savory cold soups to enjoy on warm summer days | In The Kitchen
Officers respond to reports of a possible marijuana grow

Officers respond to reports of a possible marijuana grow

NARCOTICS ACTIVITY REPORT • On Aug. 16 the police report stated there is a possible marijuana grow in the area. The report stated a strong… Continue reading

Officers respond to reports of a possible marijuana grow
Women on the Rise conference is 1950s-1960s themed

Women on the Rise conference is 1950s-1960s themed

Registration for the Sept. 15 event ends Sept. 12

Women on the Rise conference is 1950s-1960s themed
Panera Bread now delivers off their lunch menu

Panera Bread now delivers off their lunch menu

On Tuesday, Panera Bread began delivery services of their lunch menu to homes or offices in the Renton area. Orders can be placed up to… Continue reading

Panera Bread now delivers off their lunch menu
A runner waves while he goes by during the first Renton parkrun trial on Aug. 12. Courtesy photo

Free, weekly 5Ks coming soon along the Cedar River

A second trial run is scheduled for Sept. 9

A runner waves while he goes by during the first Renton parkrun trial on Aug. 12. Courtesy photo
39 Renton residents graduated Aug. 17

39 Renton residents graduated Aug. 17

The Kindering Center, a nonprofit early intervention center that serves children with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties, hosted its 55th annual graduation ceremony. The… Continue reading

39 Renton residents graduated Aug. 17
Extra DUI patrols began Friday, run through Sept. 4

Extra DUI patrols began Friday, run through Sept. 4

Now through Sept. 4 extra driving under the influence patrols will be taking place statewide. According to a media release from Washington Traffic Safety Commission,… Continue reading

Extra DUI patrols began Friday, run through Sept. 4
Logjam cleared from Cedar River, open for recreational use

Logjam cleared from Cedar River, open for recreational use

The nine-mile stretch is now open, it was closed in July 2016

Logjam cleared from Cedar River, open for recreational use
Overnight lane closures on state Route 167 begin tonight

Overnight lane closures on state Route 167 begin tonight

For the next six weeks, crews will close lanes in both directions for repaving

Overnight lane closures on state Route 167 begin tonight
Renton resident part of ranked volleyball team

Renton resident part of ranked volleyball team

The Bentley University Falcons ranked seventh in Northeast-10 Conference

Renton resident part of ranked volleyball team
Fruits, veggies and flowers oh my! | PHOTO GALLERY

Fruits, veggies and flowers oh my! | PHOTO GALLERY

Colorful scenes from Tuesday’s Farmers Market

Fruits, veggies and flowers oh my! | PHOTO GALLERY
Detectives investigating double homicide at Skyway Park Bowl | UPDATE

Detectives investigating double homicide at Skyway Park Bowl | UPDATE

Detectives are looking for a third person they believe to be involved with the shooting

Detectives investigating double homicide at Skyway Park Bowl | UPDATE
Report of a burglary filed nearly a month after the incident occurred | KCSO Blotter

Report of a burglary filed nearly a month after the incident occurred | KCSO Blotter

BURGLARY On Aug. 6 it was reported to officers that items from the reporting party’s unlocked shed were taken without permission. The police report stated… Continue reading

Report of a burglary filed nearly a month after the incident occurred | KCSO Blotter
Portion of Main Avenue South now open to two-way traffic

Portion of Main Avenue South now open to two-way traffic

The city of Renton Public Works Department will open the northbound portion of Main Avenue South between Houser Way South and South Second Street beginning… Continue reading

Portion of Main Avenue South now open to two-way traffic