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City of SeaTac announces mandatory annual adjustments to minimum wage

City of SeaTac announces mandatory annual adjustments to minimum wage

The City of SeaTac on Thursday (Oct. 2) announced mandatory annual adjustments to the City’s Minimum Employment Standards Ordinance for Hospitality and Transportation Industry Employers. The adjustment... [Read more]

REPORT: SeaTac ranked as 7th ‘Most Dangerous’ city in the entire state

REPORT: SeaTac ranked as 7th ‘Most Dangerous’ city in the entire state

A new report released by LawStreetMedia.com that claims the City of SeaTac is the 7th “most dangerous” city in the state of Washington. The study is based on data from the FBI’s most recent... [Read more]

Huge ’12th Man’ flag stolen from Angle Lake home

Huge ’12th Man’ flag stolen from Angle Lake home

Local favorite – a huge 12th Man Seahwaks flag – was recently stolen only after a few short days on display from a home near Angle Lak in SeaTac. Here’s more from Clyde Hill: The other night... [Read more]

Police seeking public’s help finding suspected SeaTac burglar

Police seeking public’s help finding suspected SeaTac burglar

The King County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in finding Wilson Laray Smith, 19 (pictured above), wanted in connection to a July 29 burglary in SeaTac. On July 29, deputies... [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]

SLIDESHOW: Scenes from disaster drill at Sea-Tac Airport

SLIDESHOW: Scenes from disaster drill at Sea-Tac Airport

You probably heard numerous – and serious – helicopters around Burien on Thursday (July 10), as a multi-agency disaster drill was held at Sea-Tac Airport, and Photographer Francis Zera was on hand... [Read more]

Public’s help sought in SeaTac homicide

Public’s help sought in SeaTac homicide

The King County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information on a homicide that was discovered on Friday, June 27 in the city of SeaTac. The victim is Mr. Robert O. Benson (pictured above), a 100-year old... [Read more]

New Bee Art and Education Exhibit takes flight at Sea-Tac Airport

New Bee Art and Education Exhibit takes flight at Sea-Tac Airport

The Port of Seattle, in collaboration with local non-profit The Common Acre, on Tuesday (June 17) unveiled a new bee art and education exhibit designed to educate and inspire travelers about the importance... [Read more]

The Cactus Speaks: Everybody Dance

The Cactus Speaks: Everybody Dance

[EDITOR’S NOTE: This column by Earl Gipson is a view of SeaTac city government. It does not necessarily reflect the views of The SeaTac Blog nor its staff. We are seeking additional regular columnists... [Read more]

House fire displaces family of 7 in SeaTac

House fire displaces family of 7 in SeaTac

A family of seven has been forced out of their house following a fire in the 19000 block of 32nd Ave South in SeaTac. Firefighters from the Kent Fire Department Regional Fire Authority, along with Burien,... [Read more]