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11-year old boy pursued in police chase in SeaTac Wednesday afternoon

11-year old boy pursued in police chase in SeaTac Wednesday afternoon

The King County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that an 11-year old boy was spotted driving recklessly, pursued and stopped in SeaTac Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 12) around 3:45 p.m. That’s right... [Read more]

SeaTac Council closes ‘working group’ meetings over citizen objections

SeaTac Council closes ‘working group’ meetings over citizen objections

by Jack Mayne From now on, all SeaTac City Council “working groups” will meet in private even though a range of citizens pleaded with the Council not to do it. The Council also approved spending $9,200... [Read more]

Private SeaTac meetings legal, says AG official; Anderson disputes editorial

Private SeaTac meetings legal, says AG official; Anderson disputes editorial

by Jack Mayne Committees of the SeaTac City Council can legally meet behind closed doors, despite the objections of at least one Council member and some close observers of the Council. thea The Washington... [Read more]

Volunteers needed: Community Salmon Investigation for Highline; starts Oct. 1

Volunteers needed: Community Salmon Investigation for Highline; starts Oct. 1

Volunteers are needed to help with the annual Community Salmon Investigation for Highline (aka “CSI: Highline”), which starts Oct. 1. “We are looking for adventurous volunteers to... [Read more]

Body found in SeaTac Field

Body found in SeaTac Field

The King County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that the body of a probable homicide victim was found near Sunset Field, located near S. 138 and 16th Ave S. (map below) Saturday morning, Aug. 8. Police... [Read more]

Seattle Storm holding community practice at Tyee High School Tuesday, Aug. 18

Seattle Storm holding community practice at Tyee High School Tuesday, Aug. 18

The Seattle Storm announced that the team will host a ‘Group Health Community Practice,’ returning to Tyee High School in SeaTac on Tuesday, Aug. 18, from 6 – 8 p.m. The event is free and... [Read more]

Red Cross responds to house fire near Angle Lake in SeaTac Tuesday

Red Cross responds to house fire near Angle Lake in SeaTac Tuesday

The Red Cross is responding to a house fire in the 3400 block of South 191st Street in SeaTac Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 4. The house is located on the north side of Angle Lake. Kent Fire RFA is reporting... [Read more]

FOLLOWUP: Woman found in duffel bag had been in drug-rehab program

FOLLOWUP: Woman found in duffel bag had been in drug-rehab program

Photos of Jenna K. Ferguson from her Facebook page. Jenna K. Ferguson – the 23-year old woman whose badly decomposed body was found in a duffel bag in SeaTac on Monday (July 27) – had been in the... [Read more]

Ban retained on residents attending City Council committee meetings

Ban retained on residents attending City Council committee meetings

by Jack Mayne The SeaTac City Council has preliminarily approved barring the public from attending SeaTac City Council “working group” or committee meetings, and extended its ban on smoking to all... [Read more]

It’s the end of a long era for Water Commissioner John Thompson

It’s the end of a long era for Water Commissioner John Thompson

Story & Photos by Pam Fernald As I chatted with Water Commissioner John Thompson at the Water/Sewer District Open House, I learned that July 15, 2015 signaled the end of an era for a 20-year long... [Read more]