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The annual National Night Out, designed to raise awareness about fighting crime, is taking on a new twist in Renton this year.
Rod Stewart had plenty to work with as he decorated the front window of his Antique Country Store on South Third Street for the IKEA Renton River Days contest to pick the best-dressed store window.
No one has yet to step forward in the collision on June 26 that killed a Renton man riding home from work on his motorcycle.
The right lane of State Route 900 near Interstate 405 in the Highlands was closed for a time Monday and Tuesday for repairs to a pothole-like depression that had opened in the road.
Kevin Milo, son of Marie and Don Milo of Fairwood, has received his Eagle Scout Award.
Crews working for the state Department of Transportation have completed more than half of the tunneling for the new culvert that will carry Thunder Hills Creek underneath I-405 near Benson Road in Renton.
The Bing cherry tree had been in Ann Aarhus’ side yard as long as she has been there. Longer, even. Before her house was built in 1925.
The disconnect in front of Renton History Museum is now connected again, thanks to last week’s installation of three western red cedar logs.
There’s been a frenzy of activity this month surrounding a controversial King County ordinance that governs the way people can use their land.
The YMCA of Greater Seattle will break ground on two new facilities this fall, the Coal Creek YMCA in Newcastle and the Highline YMCA in SeaTac.
The King County Prosecutor’s Office filed a first-degree murder charge Friday against an 18-year-old Seattle man in connection with the shooting death of a Renton teenager July 12 at a Kent fast-food restaurant.
John Hamilton turns 100 later this month. But he hasn’t spent much time thinking about it. He’s too busy with other things — like discovering how magnetism works.
A shy twin girl competing in a cutthroat beauty pageant. That isn’t Casi Goodman. But that’s who the 12-year-old Renton girl will be during the three productions of “Beauty Idol,” on July 24-26 in Charlotte Martin Theatre at Seattle Children’s Theatre.
The black bear of recent Kennydale fame is on the lam. Missing in action.
When a potentially injured bear was reported near the Klahanie Shopping Center in Issaquah recently, Fish and Wildlife officers responded within about 10 minutes.
A chlorine leak Tuesday morning from the the Liberty Well on Houser Way near Liberty Park closed a stretch of Houser Way for about an hour.
Kent detectives were still investigating Wednesday whether gang activity was behind the July 12 shooting death of a 17-year-old Renton boy at a Kent fast-food restaurant in the 300 block of East Smith Street.
The First Presbyterian Church of Renton will hold its annual Family Resource Fair Aug. 2 to bring together community members and community organizations.
King County Fire District 20, which covers Skyway, recently graduated 20 new volunteers from its firefighter recruit training academy. The new recruits bring the number of volunteers for King County Fire District 20 to 63. Volunteers include firefighters and support personnel.