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WEATHER GEEK: Temps rise, rain to return as the area starts to thaw out

WEATHER GEEK: Temps rise, rain to return as the area starts to thaw out

Press “Play” button to hear live weather info. by Chris Scragg Puget Sound Weather Geek We’ll be slowly crawling out of our cold spell throughout this week, but until we’ve fully... [Read more]

Carbon monoxide alarm system does its job at SeaTac hotel

Carbon monoxide alarm system does its job at SeaTac hotel

A recently-installed carbon monoxide alarm system at the Radisson Hotel in the 18100 block of International Boulevard in SeaTac did exactly what it was designed to do when it activated and warned hotel... [Read more]

Nighttime construction activity at Sea-Tac Airport will run through Oct. 15

Nighttime construction activity at Sea-Tac Airport will run through Oct. 15

Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 24 and continuing nightly through Wednesday, Oct. 15, Sound Transit’s contractor, PCL Civil Constructors, will be lifting pre-cast concrete segments over the terminal roadway... [Read more]

‘Get Your Green On’ event at SeaTac Community Center Wednesday, Aug. 13

‘Get Your Green On’ event at SeaTac Community Center Wednesday, Aug. 13

Get valuable information on how you can be more environmentally friendly and ‘waste wise’ in your home, how to dispose of hazardous products, and how you can protect our natural waterways – at the... [Read more]

Angle Lake ‘Clean Sweep’ nets Browning 30-caliber machine gun

Angle Lake ‘Clean Sweep’ nets Browning 30-caliber machine gun

Shore Club President Lonnie Goulet displays the Browning 30-caliber machine gun found in the water off Angle Lake Park. Photo Credit: Rosalyn Raumbauer The Angle Lake Shore Club of SeaTac held their annual... [Read more]

King County Health offers tips on how to stay cool and safe in hot weather

King County Health offers tips on how to stay cool and safe in hot weather

The National Weather Service has forecast temperatures between the high 70s and high 80s with little chance of rain over the next ten days. These weather conditions can create problems for anyone, especially... [Read more]

FAA approves Sea-Tac Airport’s Part 150 Noise Study

FAA approves Sea-Tac Airport’s Part 150 Noise Study

The Port of Seattle announced on Tuesday (June 24) that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved Sea-Tac Airport’s Part 150 Noise and Land Use Compatibility Study. The study is designed... [Read more]

PUGET SOUND WEATHER GEEK: Spring storms are a’comin…

PUGET SOUND WEATHER GEEK: Spring storms are a’comin…

by Chris Scragg Press PLAY for live streaming video by the Puget Sound Weather Geek! Temperatures spiked into the low and mid 80s on Friday and broke several historical records in Western Washington.... [Read more]

Highline Botanical Garden Foundation holding May Plant Sale this Saturday

Highline Botanical Garden Foundation holding May Plant Sale this Saturday

The Highline Botanical Garden Foundation will hold its annual May Plant Sale this Saturday, May 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden located at 13735 24th Avenue South in SeaTac. Proceeds... [Read more]

PHOTOS: City of SeaTac celebrates Arbor Day at Angle Lake Park

PHOTOS: City of SeaTac celebrates Arbor Day at Angle Lake Park

The City of SeaTac celebrated Arbor Day at Angle Lake Park Wednesday, April 23, with its fifth year as a Tree City USA and its third year receiving the Tree City USA Growth Award with city residents, staff... [Read more]