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A contingency of the Zone 3 Fire Explorers and advisors head to the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind., in the next few days to compete in the National Fire/Emergency Services Exploring Conference.
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Between now and the year 2033, Boeing is anticipating a worldwide demand for nearly 37,000 new passenger planes, worth an estimated $5.2 trillion.
A freeway chase by a man in his underwear and a 911 call by mail thieves landed a couple in jail on Saturday.
The Washington Utilities Transportation Commission can't prevent Puget Sound Energy from running upgraded transmission lines more than 100 feet above neighborhoods from Renton to Redmond, but it can prevent the energy company from recovering costs if the project is deemed unnecessary or excessive.
The Renton Meal Coalition is in desperate need of support for The Area of Renton Interfaith Shelter Endeavor program and may not be able to provide for their resident for more than a few weeks.
The King County Sheriff's Office is currently hiring 9-1-1 communication specialists and will be holding a recruiting workshop at the station in Renton on July 12. On Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon, interested applicants may attend a workshop to learn about the hiring process, training, expectations and more.
The Boeing Corporation has released the following statement on the derailment of a train carrying 737s bound for final assembly at the Renton plant: A team of experts from Boeing and Spirit Aerosystems continues to assess damage to six 737 fuselages resulting from the July 3 train derailment near Rivulet, Mont.
After a late start getting cars to arrive, the Return to Renton Car Show took over downtown Renton last Sunday.
With the Eastside slated for significant growth in the near future, preparations are being made to accommodate the influx of people to the area.
The project, in response to the region's growing power needs, will bring new higher capacity electric transmission lines to the Eastside.
Monday is the last day to register to vote in the Aug. 5 primary election if you want to do so online or mail in a downloaded registration form.
Editor's Note: This week we start what I hope will become a new tradition here at the Renton Reporter.
Renton police are investigating a large marijuana growing operation after a fire at a residential home revealed the plants Friday morning.
A 21-year-old Seattle man had a $4,000 Rolex watch he wanted to sell, so he agreed to meet up with a man June 26 near the Renton Transit Center for a possible sale.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 04:18 pm
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