Volunteers work to remove ivy in Tukwila on MLK Day of Service Monday

Volunteers work to remove ivy in Tukwila on MLK Day of Service Monday

Many Volunteers turned out on Monday’s ‘MLK Day of Service’ to help remove and mulch ivy in Tukwila. “Big thank you to all the volunteers: United Way of King County, Forterra NW,... [Read more]

Tukwila Police recover stolen car, credit cards, social security cards & more

Tukwila Police recover stolen car, credit cards, social security cards & more

On Sunday night, Jan. 14, Tukwila Police Officers working the night shift responded to reports of a male and female with flashlights trying to break into a vehicle in the 14400 block of 34th Ave S. (map... [Read more]

Kona Kai Coffee holding ‘Valentines for a Cause’ fundraiser on Sat., Feb. 10

Kona Kai Coffee holding ‘Valentines for a Cause’ fundraiser on Sat., Feb. 10

Kona Kai Coffee will be holding a ‘VALENTINES FOR A CAUSE’ fundraiser in Tukwila on Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018. This fundraiser will run from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., and will include Dinner and Jazz. A... [Read more]

Museum of Flight hosting historic Apollo 11 Exhibit recalling 1st moon landing

Museum of Flight hosting historic Apollo 11 Exhibit recalling 1st moon landing

Apollo Command Module with F-1 engine. Apollo Command Module. Gemini space suit gloves. Pete Conrad leather flight jacket. Photos courtesy Museum of Flight By Ralph Nichols When the total solar eclipse... [Read more]

Man arrested after human remains found in Tukwila Thursday

Man arrested after human remains found in Tukwila Thursday

Detectives with the Tukwila Police Department’s Major Crimes Unit (MCU) are investigating the discovery of human remains found Thursday, Jan. 11 by a resident in the 5800 block of S. 152nd Place (map... [Read more]

UPDATE: ‘Suspicious device’ on Southcenter Blvd. turns out to be rice cooker

UPDATE: ‘Suspicious device’ on Southcenter Blvd. turns out to be rice cooker

UPDATE 4:20 p.m. Jan. 9, 2018: Tukwila Police have re-opened Southcenter Blvd., and are reporting that the ‘suspicious device’ found at a bus shelter was actually a rice cooker: The suspicious... [Read more]

Academy Schools & Northwest Harvest Empty Bowls fundraiser is Jan. 23

Academy Schools & Northwest Harvest Empty Bowls fundraiser is Jan. 23

Academy Schools invites all to their second annual Empty Bowls Fundraiser to benefit Northwest Harvest and to help fight hunger in our community on Tuesday, Jan. 23. The event will be held at the Northwest... [Read more]

City of Tukwila seeking residents to serve on new Port of Seattle committee

City of Tukwila seeking residents to serve on new Port of Seattle committee

The City of Tukwila is currently recruiting for two community members to serve on a new Port of Seattle community committee. Starting in February of 2018, the Port of Seattle will convene a new community... [Read more]

Women’s Career Empowerment Event will be Friday, March 30 in Tukwila

Women’s Career Empowerment Event will be Friday, March 30 in Tukwila

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Seattle Southside Chamber & KD Hall Foundation will be presenting a Women’s Career Empowerment Event on Friday, March 30 in Tukwila. “This women’s... [Read more]

VIDEO: Tukwila Police pursue an elusive pig named ‘Monty’

VIDEO: Tukwila Police pursue an elusive pig named ‘Monty’

On Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018, Tukwila Police officers performed a chase, only this pursuit was of the porcine variety, involving an elusive pig named ‘Morty.’ Unfortunately (or fortunately if... [Read more]

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