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The Bothell Reporter
Developmentally delayed runaway found; back with Bothell family
Andrea 'Kalissa' Bryant, 14, of Bothell is being sought by her parents and is listed by the King County Sheriff's Office as a runaway.
13 hrs ago
Education report shows region making progress but more work lies ahead
The Road Map Project's annual results report shows significant progress being made on important education milestones in the South Seattle and South King County region, but more work must be done to help all students succeed.
17 hrs ago
Growing need at area food banks put strain on supplies
Many local charities and food banks filled Thanksgiving baskets and are currently working on Christmas food baskets for the holiday season.
19 hrs ago
$12.75 million awarded to ex-Seattle firefighter upheld by state Supreme Court
Nearly 10 years after a former Seattle firefighter was injured in a fall while on duty, the State Supreme Court has upheld a King County jury verdict awarding the man $12.75 million On Dec. 23, 2003, Mark Jones awoke in a dark bunk room at the Seattle Fire Department's Station 33, according to court paperwork.
Harvin doesn't practice, still day to day
RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle receiver Percy Harvin did not practice Wednesday and continues to be day to day on his recovery from hip surgery.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Machinists union makes a 777X offer to Boeing
The Machinists union on Wednesday presented what it called "a preliminary proposal" to the Boeing Co.
Human rights groups working to free Renton woman from Mexican prison
Two or three times a year, Nestora Salgado visited her home state of Guerrero, Mexico, to visit relatives still living there and bring clothes to poor children.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
$50M verdict against UW-run hospital, lab
A King County jury has returned a $50 million verdict against a Kent public hospital and a medical testing firm after finding both failed to detect a severe genetic problem in a fetus.
Severe Weather Shelter to stay open Tonight, Tuesday, as well
Due to extremely low temperatures expected to continue into the early part of the week along with the forecast of snow, the City of Renton in partnership with Catholic Community Services will continue to open the Severe Weather Shelter at Renton Harambee Center through Wednesday morning, Dec. 11. The shelter is located at Renton Harambee Center, ... (more)
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Extended interview with Boeing machinists
KING 5's Glenn Farley and Jake Whittenberg sat down with an exclusive panel of machinists.
Are you part of the rising rich?
This photo taken Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, shows gallery owner Deborah Sponder walking her dog in the Design District neighborhood of Miami.
Rainer Avenue South officially opens
Participating in the ribbon cutting Monday morning of the completed Rainier Avenue improvements were, from left, City Council members Ed Prince and Marcie Palmer, U.S. Rep. Adam Smith, Mayor Denis Law, Sound Transit Deputy Director Jim Edwards and City Council member Rich Zwicker.
Rising riches: 1 in 5 in US reaches affluence
This photo taken Nov. 21, 2013 shows James Lott outside the Wal-Mart store where he works as a pharmacist in Bonney Lake, Wash.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Search for wanted felon in Renton
Deputies attempted to arrest 36-year-old Jeremy Alan Maddelena in the area of SE 136 St. and 171st Ave. Maddelena fled the scene in a stolen car before he could be arrested.
Aerospace Training Center gets full funding from legislature
The new Central Sound Aerospace Training Center set to be built at the Renton Airport recently received some additional funding from the state Legislature and will now be built to its full size.
Man implies weapon, robs bank | Police Blotter
A man in his mid-20s who implied he had a weapon robbed the Chase Bank in the Fred Meyer store on Nov. 14 of an undisclosed amount of cash.
Clam Lights are lit tonight, city tree lit tomoorw as holiday events kick into full swing
Saturday marks Renton's Holiday Tree Lighting celebration at the Piazza. The event is 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Santa will be on hand as well as food and entertainment for the whole family.
$15 minimum wage campaigners march on Seattle
Sun Benjamin, a home health care worker, looks out from under a cap advocating a $15 minimum wage as she prepares to walk with other protesters on a day-long march in support of fast-food workers Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, in SeaTac, Wash.
Valley Hospital turns away nurses, others after strike - Fri, 06 Dec 2013 PST
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Valley Hospital has locked out at least 80 nurses and other employees in the aftermath of Wednesday's one-day strike and the hiring of temporary replacement workers.