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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
"And Another Thing..." podcast Aug20, 2018

Kent WA school teachers have authorized a strike if they don't get a pay raise connected to more money allocated by the State Legislature in Olympia to state run public schools. KVI's John Carlson talks about the taxpayer liabilities if school districts bow to union pressure and green light big pay raises for teachers with the new "McCleary" money coming from the controversial State Supreme Court ruling.

King County reaches deal to ban placing jailed juveniles in solitary confinement

King County has agreed to ban placing juvenile inmates in solitary confinement except in limited circumstances under a settlement approved Monday by a federal judge in Seattle. Under the settlement, the county will pay $240,000 to four juveniles who were held in solitary confinement at the Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent.

Anti-fascists outnumber, outlast and drown out Patriot Prayer, Proud Boys in Seattle

Hundreds of anti-fascists confronted a coalition of far-right extremist bullies in Seattle on Aug. 18. The fascist event was part of the "National March Against Far-Left Violence" that was scheduled to take place in several cities one week after "Unite the Right II" in Washington, D.C. Police so far refuse to call the murder of Nia Wilson racially motivated, so seeing her on this banner supports the claims of Bay Area activists that she was lynched, killed for being Black. - Photo: Liberation News In Seattle, the far-right event was only confirmed two weeks prior.

More smoky skies from fire that closed Seattle area highway

Officials say a major brush fire that shut down a Washington state highway may be exacerbating the level of unhealthy air polluting the Seattle region. The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency says that though there is less smoke Monday morning, the south Seattle area is still seeing unhealthy amounts of smoke that may be due to a Sunday evening fire that started near Kent but inched toward Highway 18. The Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority said no one was hurt in the fire but the smoke had caused such visibility issues that the Washington State Patrol shut down the two west-bound lanes for a period of time.

72-year prison sentence for killing grandmother and college student

As grieving loved-one after grieving loved-one spoke about the hole Zachary Craven's actions left in their lives, the Kent man sat in a King County courtroom Friday with a detached look on his face. At times, the 27-year old Craven even rolled his eyes; similar behavior to what his victims' family members witnessed at his murder trial in May. "I've watched you smile and laugh, treating the trial like it's a joke, like it's no big deal," Aaron Sotelo said at Craven's sentencing hearing.

Roundup Redux in Bellevue, Washington

We've been doing Mustang shows for literally decades now, but consistently among the best is the annual Mustang Roundup held each July in the suburbs of Seattle, Washington. Technically in the city of Bellevue, the Roundup is the signature event of Mustangs Northwest, a local club affiliated with the Mustang Club of America.

3 people stabbed in Kent; 2 in critical condition

Police and medics were called to the 12400 block of SE 278th Place in Kent just after 6 a.m., according to dispatchers. All three victims were taken to local hospitals.

NASA announces new space exploration technologies partnerships

NASA is partnering with six US companies to develop technologies that have the potential to benefit the commercial space economy and future NASA missions. Blue Origin is one of six companies selected for NASA's Tipping Point solicitation.

BLOG: Chinese couple develop Tukwila's tallest building

Developer Omar Lee never imagined that his property would be a landmark in Tukwila, now the tallest building in the city and even beyond Tacoma, despite unexpected challenges. King County Executive Dow Constantine, who was at the July 26 grand opening of the 19-story building, Airmark Apartments and Hotel Interurban, said the project has "transformed Tukwila.

How Seattle felt about soda tax before it became reality

The Seattle City Council is finally hearing about how the public really felt about the tax before it they passed it. "What we found is that the folks who were most knowledgeable about the tax were the folks who were intimately involved in the development with the tax; council members, distributors; and health advocacy organizations," Dr. Nadine Chan with Public Health Seattle-King County reported to the council's Finance and Neighborhoods Committee.

'I'm beginning to hear a needle drop': a poet reflects on her family's ghosts

Photo of poet Diana Khoi Nguyen and her family. The negative space in the foreground used to be an image of her brother Oliver, who sliced himself out of the photos with a utility knife.

Renton's Brewmaster's Taproom celebrates 2nd Anniversary this Saturday, August 11

Time flies when you're having beer. It's already been two years since Brewmaster's Taproom started serving Renton's beer lovers the suds they love.

Watch with us: Tomorrow, state officials may approve a second...

Will Washington education officials approve a new for-profit school in Bellevue? We'll find out Thursday during the State Board of Education's next meeting in Olympia. Fusion Academy, a nationwide, private middle- and high- school chain that advertises one-to-one instruction - for a hefty price - is seeking approval for a second campus in King County.

Help Needed: Volunteers still needed for Back to School Resource Fair

WHERE : Warehouse is at 20413 59th Place S., Kent, WA 98032, There is no identifying name sign on the warehouse that we know of at this point. Saturday, August 11 : Set up for Backpack Fill, 9 am-2 pm , 5-10 people needed.

Light rail could make or break this immigrant's American dream

Kim Malcolm talks with Joshua McNichols about why Sound Transit is experiencing cost overruns as it expands service to Federal Way and Lynnwood. Gurpreet Marok's family has owned a modest motel, The New Best Inn, in Kent since 1999.

Bezos Throws Cash, Engineers at Rocket Programme as Space Race Accelerates

Blue Origin has added hundreds of engineers over the past three years and continues to ramp up in an expansion that one employee described as "hyperbolic." The Kent, Washington-based company is looking to double its current workforce to around 3,000 employees over the next two to three years, a top customer told Reuters.

When should a teenager be charged as an adult?

A 16-year-old was arraigned this morning at the King County Courthouse for the murder of a Kent police officer. Emiliano Garcia is accused of leading police on a high speed chase that led to a police SUV hitting and killing an officer.

CarlsonCast Aug2--7am hour

Three teen suspects are now{} charged in connection to the death of Kent police officer Diego Moreno. The 16-year-old driver of the pickup truck pictured here, was{} fleeing police.

34 Kent units sell for $6M

The Timber Heights apartments, at 4822 S. 252nd Pl. , have sold for a little over $6 million, according to King County records.

Teen takes "hot water challenge," gets severely burned

A dangerous, new social media challenge has left a 15-year-old boy in Indiana seriously burned, according to reports. Kyland Clark, from Indianapolis, said he was left with second-degree burns when a friend pulled a prank on him as part of the "Hot Water Challenge."

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