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Kent's economy has varied as it evolved. First, hops crops were prominent in the 1880s, then the city went to dairy farming after the turn of the 20th century, followed by Kent being identified as the "Lettuce Capital of the World," and then in 1965 Boeing began building in Kent. Other aerospace and high-tech companies followed suit in a few years. During its dairy farming years, Kent was home to a Carnation Condensed Milk plant.

Population: 88380
Local Newspapers: The News Tribune The Seattle Times
Local Sports Teams: Tacoma Rainiers (Pacific Coast League baseball) Tacoma Jazz (International Basketball League)
Local Colleges: Green River Community College Highline Community College

Zip Codes associated with kent, washington: 98022 98031 98032 98042
Towns/Cities near kent, washington : Midway Covington East Hill-Meridian Des Moines

Kent News
'No more tears to shed': Family sues Sheriff's Office in...

Family members of Tommy Le and their attorneys announced a lawsuit against the King County Sheriff's Office Tuesday, claiming Le's constitutional rights were violated when he was killed by deputies while unarmed in Burien. In the back row are cousin Jennie Le, attorney Linda Tran, cousin Missouri Le, brother Quoc Nguyen, brother Tam Nguyen and sister Dun Nguyen.

Jaw-dropping bikini barista serves stunned customers in skimpy outfits

The brunette beauty works at a branch of Bottoms Up Espresso , a California chain of coffee shops staffed by bikini babes. Bikini Beans Espresso in Kent, Washington has left a local councillor red-faced and asking for their baristas to be covered up.

AgWatch | Guardians, chill cherries, helpful fruit flies and a good apple

Learn about "livestock guardian dogs" at a Feb. 1 workshop hosted by WSU Extension in Kent. Laura Faley, an extension livestock adviser for Skagit, Island and Snohomish counties, will explain what a livestock guardian dog is, how they're different from other dogs, how to train them and what you can train them to do.

Student test-score growth in Seattle Public Schools ranks high nationally, study says

Two years ago, a Stanford study of student test scores from the nation's 200 largest public-school districts showed that Seattle had the fifth-widest gap in achievement between black and white students. On average, the researchers found, black students in Seattle Public Schools score three-and-a-half grades behind their white peers on standardized tests.

Housing for homeless veterans threatened if state lawmakers don't pass construction budget

For two years, plans have been underway for construction of an 80-unit affordable-housing development in Kent for homeless veterans and chronically homeless people, particularly those dealing with mental illness and substance abuse. It would be the first facility of its kind in South King County, which, like much of the state, is in the grips of a growing affordable-housing and homelessness crisis.

Will King County Start Providing Attorneys for Families in Police Shooting Inquests?

King County is one of few local governments that orders a unique public hearing called an inquest after police officers kill someone. But amid the county's reckoning with a slate of high profile shootings over the last year, officials are being pressured by families of shooting victims to reform those inquests -and are now considering whether to provide those families with public lawyers during the inquest process.

Charge: Man killed in Kent over a cell phone

A 22-year-old man charged with murder Monday allegedly told police he shot a man in Kent because he believed the man took his cell phone. A 22-year-old man charged with murder Monday allegedly told police he shot a man in Kent because he believed the man took his cell phone.

Guns sold by police end up with drug dealers, in gang houses

A yearlong Associated Press analysis found more than a dozen firearms sold by law enforcement agencies in Washington since 2010 later became evidence in new criminal investigations. Identifying guns sold by law enforcement and matching them to new crimes required extensive research and dozens of public records requests to individual agencies.

Woman asks for public's help in locating recently-adopted dogA Port...

A Port Orchard, Washington, woman is asking for the public's help in finding her missing dog that she says was recently adopted from the Regional Animal Services of King County in Kent, Washington. Cori Ann Lasco posted on Facebook Sunday looking for a family that adopted her dog, Monster, sometime in late October.

Vestar-backed Edward Don & Company acquire Smith & Greene

Edward Don & Company , which is backed by Vestar Capital Partners , has acquired Kent, Washington-based Smith & Greene Company , a provider of food service equipment, supplies and design-build services. No financial terms were disclosed.

Pete Evans checks-in to $15,000 brain upgrade facility

Paleo Pete 2.0! MKR's Evans FINALLY checks-in to exclusive $15,000 'brain upgrade facility' in Seattle for intensive 5-day course... and they've even got horses! In a post on 'Nutrition Mermaid' wife Nicola's Instagram Thursday, the My Kitchen Rules judge posed at the entrance gate of Seattle's 40 Years of Zen Training Center. Having completed a strenuous pre-screening process, and qualifying for the $15,000 5-day 'brain upgrade' course, Pete's big day has finally arrived.

Police searching for man in connection with Dec. 10 Taylorsville killing

Unified police said a woman knocked on the door of a ground floor apartment near 4341 S. Riverboat Road while two men waited around the corner. Once the apartment door was opened, the two men forced their way inside.

1 dies in fire that destroyed apartments in Federal Way

The Thurston County Sheriff's Office says a man sought in the disappearance of an Olympia woman has been arrested on gun charges. Sixty-six-year-old James Stidd was found and detained by Washington State Patrol... A wounded Bremerton police officer has been released from the hospital just in time for the holidays.

The Morning News: The DUI Industry in King County Is Booming, Elon...

The DUI Industry in King County Is Booming: If drunks suddenly stopped driving , a huge section of our economy would collapse instantly. Courts would be mostly empty, a whole bunch of lawyers would be desperate for work, police departments would lose a major source of revenue.

South King County mom in jail after infant son's death

A 24-year-old Kent woman is being held in jail after her infant son was found dead last week. Kent Police Cmdr.

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