13 hrs ago
Wellness visits to struggling parents face budget cuts
In October 2008, the Kent mother gave birth to a son by emergency C-section. The boy required heart surgery at age 6 months and today breathes with the aid of a machine.
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17 hrs ago
Court hearing continued to May 7 for ex-Kent City Councilman Sharp
Ken Sharp, a former Kent City Council member, had a King County Superior Court hearing continued to May 7 as he faces first-degree theft charges.
17 hrs ago
Politicians in Kent kick off $18 million Green River levee project
Rain appropriately fell during a Thursday gathering of Kent, King County and state politicians to kick off an $18 million Green River levee repair project.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Kent-Meridian trying to encourage more grads
Kentridge High School sent 78 percent of its graduating class to college in 2012.
Kent firefighters join search and rescue crews at Oso slide
Twisted hulks of cars protrude from piles of roots and silt and mud. The ever present roar of excavator engines fills the vale and the acrid smell of rotted wood and marshland fills the nostrils.
Eight Kent schools earn state's highest honor
Eight schools in the Kent School District have been awarded 2013 Washington Achievement Awards.
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Kelly Davis Beckley Launched a Kickstarter Project for a New Children's Book, Faith, the Ugly Dog
This wonderful little book conveys the true essence of humanity by teaching us to look beyond the normal stereotypes in life so that we may seek and appreciate the inner values of those around us.
Couple plead innocent to mistreating 6-year-old boy
King County Prosecutors say an Auburn man and his fiancee beat and starved the man's 6-year-old son for months, feeding him only shakes of blended bread, carrots, water, hot dogs and vegetable oil for breakfast and dinner.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Kent City Council extends marijuana business ban another six months
The Kent City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved renewal of a ban against marijuana businesses for another six months.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Kent among cities considering moratorium on retail marijuana
KENT, Wash. -- In less than a week, there will be a lottery for the coveted licenses for retail marijuana stores.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The News Tribune
Mother and children displaced in Kent apartment fire
The fire was reported just before 9 a.m. in a first-floor unit at the complex in the 1600 block of W. Smith Street.
Kent public hearing Tuesday about marijuana businesses ban
Tell the Kent City Council what you think about the city's ban against marijuana businesses during a public hearing at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, in Council Chambers at City Hall, 220 Fourth Ave. S. The council will consider renewing an ordinance to extend for another six months a marijuana zoning and business license moratorium.
Confessed gym rat makes exercise play for youthful clientele
In fact, as an owner of a gym for children 6 weeks to 13 years old, she sometimes lets the kids play these games for hours at a time.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Feds: Kent tax preparer duped immigrants, IRS
Running a tax preparation business out of a desk at the back of a Kent convenience store, Ryan Lanh Yann is alleged to have taken advantage of immigrant clients unfamiliar with U.S. tax laws.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Kent tax preparer indicted for wire fraud, false claims, aggravated identity theft
A Kent tax preparer was arrested Friday morning, following his indictment for a tax fraud scheme in which he falsely claimed tax refunds while victimizing his clients, U.S. Attorney Jenny A. Durkan announced.
PNW Local News
City facing potential $8 million budget hole by 2018
Despite positive signs that the city is coming out of the Great Recession, there's even larger financial troubles ahead on the horizon unless something is done now.
King County Journal
Jury convicts Phillip for murder of city of Kent employee Frankel
A jury on Friday convicted William L. Phillip Jr. of first-degree murder for the 2010 stabbing death of Seth Frankel, an Auburn resident and city of Kent employee.
FBI: 'Buddy Bandits' rob three banks in one hour
The Seattle Safe Streets Task Force is looking for a number of suspects who used the buddy system to rob three banks in one hour Wednesday and who have robbed five banks since the beginning of the month, according to the FBI.
Throwback Thursday: Chris Rock Performs Standup Comedy At Gonzaga In 1993
SPOKANE, Wash. - Anyone remember seeing Chris Rock do standup comedy at Gonzaga in the 1990's? We came across this clip in the KHQ archives from April 1993.