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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.
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
Should polygamy be legal among consenting adults?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Transportation revenue options are a focus of the Washington State Transportation Commission's meeting next week in Olympia.
"She Loves Me," the play that the movie "You've Got Mail" was based on, opens Friday at Renton Civc Theatre.
In 2012, Mayor Rich Crispo compiled a list of 120 questions that highlighted the history of Newcastle.
By Christina Corrales-Toy Ed Crow, Hazen High School assistant principal, takes a moment out of a busy day after being named Washington State Assistant Principal of the Year.
Rapidly increasing electricity demand on the Eastside means it's time for a major expansion of transmission lines, Puget Sound Energy announced Wednesday.
King County prosecutors charged Vanetta Richardson, 34, of Renton, with second-degree murder today, accusing her of shooting her unarmed husband seven times as he tried to flee their house on Sunday.
Even as King County Elections schedules the recount of Proposition 1's razor thin win at the polls, "Working Washington" has slated a march down International Boulevard Thursday morning from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Working Washington, an affiliate of the Service Employees International Union, plans the march to continue beyond SeaTac to Tukwila and on ... (more)