News <p>Newly sworn-in King County Prosecuting Attorney Leesa Manion. (File Photo)</p>

King County’s new prosecuting attorney announces task force units

Leesa Manion said the units are focused on public safety and “King County’s greatest areas of concern”

By Cameron Sheppard • January 25, 2023 2:30 pm
Sports Pickleball Rising license plate, designed by Laramie Studio in Seattle (Seattle Metro Pickleball Association)

Washington pickleball fans may may soon have special license plate

By Jerry Cornfield jcornfield@soundpublishing.com
News A suspected drunk driver allegedly collided with several vehicles Saturday afternoon on U.S. 2 near Chain Lake Road in Monroe. (Monroe Police Department)

Effort begins to lower the legal limit for driving drunk

By Jerry Cornfield jcornfield@soundpublishing.com
Housing costs, homelessness among top issues in WA, survey says

Statewide, a majority of respondents to Department of Commerce survey agree that rent prices are too high and it costs too much to buy a home.

By Bailey Jo Josie bailey.jo.josie@rentonreporter.com • January 16, 2023 12:45 pm
While many were found, work remains to protect Indigenous people

There are 23 missing Indigenous people across King County.

By Bailey Jo Josie bailey.jo.josie@rentonreporter.com • January 15, 2023 5:30 am
Drug traffickers prison sentence; missing Indigenous people | King County...

A podcast for King County residents featuring top local stories.

By Cameron Sheppard • January 14, 2023 5:11 am
Family fears son’s killer could be freed from Washington state...

Mark Wallace was 14 when he was killed by his older brother’s friend, John H. Schoenhals.

By Cameron Sheppard • January 13, 2023 1:14 pm
State of the State: Inslee pushes for $4 billion housing...

Calls for an assault weapons ban and the constitutional protection of abortion rights drew cheers from Democrats, silence from the GOP.

By Jerry Cornfield jcornfield@soundpublishing.com • January 12, 2023 10:53 am
Proposal would exempt Washington’s news outlets from B&O tax

Legislation cited as necessary save jobs and protect a critical community service.

By Cameron Sheppard • January 10, 2023 3:53 pm

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People of any fitness and experience level are welcome Barre3 Covington, which celebrated its two-year anniversary on Sept. 17. Sponsored
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Working Washingtonians like Renton’s Anthony Jones now have access to WA Cares, which will pay for services like a home care aid, medical equipment or even home modifications like a ramp. Sponsored
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Ice storm coming? National Weather Service says it is

To strike most of Western Washington Thursday evening through Friday evening

By Steve Hunter • December 22, 2022 3:33 pm
Yule in the PNW: How witches, pagans, Wiccans celebrate winter...

Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of the year, which has been celebrated for thousands of years all over the world. Have you ever wondered how modern witches like to celebrate?

By Bailey Jo Josie bailey.jo.josie@rentonreporter.com • December 21, 2022 11:00 am